Blessing with ang pow

My girl who has just celebrated her birthday is now somewhere just for a couple of months. She left on Wednesday evening but I didn't have the time to even send her to the bus station. So sorry for that. Luckily she has a wonderful teacher who had willingly driven her to take a bus to LCCT. 

Before I left for work on Wednesday, I prepared two ang pow for her. She was still asleep at that time.
 
My notes which I kept from my last trip to the country.
I gave all to her except the big notes.
In fact she has more than enough already..

Another customary ang pow which I will give to my kids. 
They will usually put it under their pillows.


She has to use my luggage as she couldn't find one for herself 
or rather just be thrifty..

Anyway, I will need to get a new luggage for myself before I 'makan angin' again.

Enjoy your stay over there, my girl!
You will be back real soon 
to continue your studies here.




Comments

  1. Aunty give me one Angpao~ Thanks~ =D

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    1. ok, just pay me a visit and wish me..

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    2. Yeah... Mr Lonely come pay me a visit and wish me too! I will give you ang pau and you won't be lonely anymore. LOL

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  2. Is there a special reason to give RM159? or are the notes in the photo just an example?

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    1. according to feng shui, 159 relates to kids won't simply play so that they will concentrate on their studies..

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    2. Ah, I learn something new today. So I know how much to give to my nephew and niece if I want them to concentrate on their studies. Thanks!

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    3. it's just a belief but no harm doing it..

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  3. May your daughter enjoy her stay at the "somewhere". Guess it is not for leisure but for something more important as she has to leave without celebrating Chinese New Year with all of you, her family.

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    1. yea, too bad she won't be around for the CNY..she's going to miss all those scrumptious food..

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  4. She went somewhere! Where?? Wherever she is, I hope she will do well and be happy there. Your 159 wish will come true la.

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    1. hope she will do well in her studies..

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  5. may she has a safe trip and best wishes for her...

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  6. wow a lot f kaching inside the angpao haha

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  7. oh how nice, your girl is going to Europe to spend her CNY holidays?? wow, looking for her sister too??

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    1. how nice.. i have not actually travel during CNY, i always stay at home to spend time with family.. maybe i should go travel next time yeah?? haha~~

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    2. for a couple of months!! wow, she has such a long break from school?? and which countries she is going exactly??

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    3. i can see it's RM159 you gave her in the angpow.. hmmm, does that number mean something special?? in cantonese it means "always not enough"?? haha~~

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    4. so when will you be leaving for Europe?? next month, and are you going to meet up with your girls there?? wow, that will be real soon huh?? :)

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    5. well, she is not in Europe..
      btw, 159 here sounds like yat me kau.."always don't play"

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  8. Good morning wenn!

    By looking at the notes in the first picture, I think your girl went to Australia? Hehe ;)

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    1. Meaning she won't be able to spend CNY with you all? Hmm, nevermind la, these days we have got those Skype and video calls, can chat and see each other also =)

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    2. Hopefully your girl enjoys her stay there! And you too, time to take a break, get ready to 'sao gong' and welcome the year of Snake! xD

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    3. I think Hayley is right, you girl is going to Australia to visit her Uncle's family.

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    4. yeah, both of you are so right. She will visit her uncle after her studies for a few months..

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  9. Happy Lunar New Year to you and your family!!!

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  10. Meaning, she will not spend her CNY with you at your home town. I never been anywhere during CNY thoughout my life.

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    1. I do not want to miss out the fun and the joy here with my friends and family. Unless I am travelling with my loved ones. Hehehehe!

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    2. Wenn, Gong Xi Fa Cai and Happy New Year to you and your family.

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    3. New Year is the time to be with our loved ones..
      Happy CNY!

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  11. Oh, you "celebrated" early CNY with your girl already?

    Happy Chinese New Year to you, wenn. May the year of Snake brings you abundance of prosperity and wealth!

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  12. Reminds me.. I must prepare the notes tonight.. normally I ask my kids to do them for me.. :)

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  13. so where is she heading wenn?
    is it for her birthday present of something?
    well wherever she's going i hope she'll have a great time
    and take care of herself

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  14. whoa a teacher doing that was really admirable
    i mean there's only few people who would do that
    i bet he or she as a great and noble to his or her profession

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    1. really thankful to him..he has helped us in one way or another..

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  15. ang pows, they all got their's
    is this a chinese new year present of
    some sort of traditions? or is it their allowance?

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    1. it's chinese culture where ang pow is given during CNY..

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  16. you acting like santa / tooth fairy huh
    well well well they would really woke up with huge smile that way
    haha

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  17. so thats how your paper bills looks like huh
    im quite suprise that sizes varies
    ours were synonymous in sizes

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    1. the first is Australian notes..the second is Malaysian notes..

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  18. so that's the luggage you have used during your travels huh
    that thing had traveled a lot huh unlike me
    i never been out of the country even once

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  19. that book on the first picture is that some sort of guide?
    i mean if your traveling on foreign land thats a
    must have

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    1. it's just a book lying on the table..

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  20. well then im looking forward to see
    your new luggage wenn haha

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  21. have a great and god blessed day wenn
    tale the best of care and happy blogging

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    1. Her name teachrr very nice to drive her to lcct

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    2. thanks..she's fine over there..

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