19 Chinese New Year 2023 Quotes

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1.“Nothing brings more luck on Chinese New Year than eating a variety of delicious food.”

2.“Let the New Year be a year of freedom, a year of joy and a year of love!”

3.“The smell of Chinese New Year delicacies wafting through the air is the sweetest fragrance of all.”

4.“Welcome the dragon’s magical power to bring you good health and wealth in the Chinese New Year!”

5.“A table full of Chinese New Year dishes is a symbol of abundance and prosperity in the coming year.”

6.“Food is always at the heart of a Chinese New Year’s celebration – it’s a time of joy and feasting!”

7.“I’m not sure if it’s the Year of the Rabbit or the Year of the Hangover.”

8.“I’m not sure if I’m celebrating Chinese New Year or if I’m just really into red and gold decorations.”

9.“I’m going to start the Year of the ox by becoming an ox-tremely productive person.”

10.“Food is the essence of celebrating Chinese New Year – it brings family and friends together and marks the start of a new beginning.”

11.“I’m not sure if I’m supposed to be wishing people a happy Chinese New Year or if I’m supposed to be apologizing for the loud fireworks at 3am.”

12.“May the dragon bring you joy and bless you with good fortune in the Year of the Dragon!”

13.“I’m excited for the Year of the rabbit, because finally, a year that represents my love for both beef and dairy.”

14.“I’m looking forward to the Year of the rabbit, because maybe it’s not the year I can afford to buy an ox.”

15.“I’m excited to start the Year of the Rabbit by eating as much as an Rabbit and sleeping as much as an Rabbit.”

16.“Wishing you and your family good health, happiness and prosperity in the Year of the Rabbit!”

17.“I hope the Year of the rabbit brings me as much luck as it does strength and determination.”

18.“I’m sorry I didn’t give you red envelopes this year. I spent all my money on firecrackers and dumplings.”

19."Gong hay fat choy" is usually spoken in Hong Kong, Guangdong Province and the places nearby, and nowadays you can hear this phrase in many Chinatowns.