Do You Celebrate Asian/Chinese New Year?
I celebrate Lao, Thai and Chinese New Year. There's a festival every year for each of these where I live. Separate ones, too! I can't wait.
Lao and Thai New Years fall on different days. They're basically celebrating their own new years. Similar to Chinese one.
Sawatdee bpee mai means "Happy New Year" in Lao.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, just 7 more days 'til Chinese/Vietnamese New Year! Wahoo for us!! In general, I think Asian New Year holiday is sooo much more fun to celebrate. There are sooo many different types of foods, special New Year flowers, many traditional rituals to prepare for a fresh beginning, and so many more New Year music. I know it's the water-throwing for Thai and Lao as spring-cleansing ritual on New Year's day. For us, it's cleaning house (every corner and crevice), get a new haircut, new chopsticks, plates, bowls, spoons----ESPECIALLY new clothes. Do you do all of these things, too? I am already blasting the techno-remixed Chinese New Year songs!!! ;D
- 1 decade ago
i celebrate Chinese New Year!
i live in Indonesia currently, and i know it sounds kinda lame, but i love to watch lion dances held around here in my country.. ^^
what is Lao and Thai New Year?
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- 1 decade ago
Cool, but no I don't