13 Chinese New Year Items Every House Needs
If you aren't sure which snacks and drinks you should have at the ready, we've got you covered!
Chinese New Year is nearly here! The Year of the Rat will begin on January, 25 2020.
Whether you eat in or dine out for your yusheng, you can guarantee that people will come round to visit.
It's customary to see red packets handed out and oranges being exchanged. And while you can prepare your little one for the different superstitions to follow during this period, it's up to the parents to make sure the household is packed with an array of exotic treats and snacks.
If you aren't sure which snacks and drinks you should have at the ready, we've got you covered to make sure you're on top of your hosting game!
Local water supply is filtered and ozonated for the signature pure and crisp tasting water Dasani is well-known for.
12 bottles are available for your guests when they visit.
The world's leading soft drink in history now has a zero-sugar option. Friends and family can enjoy themselves with the familiar taste of Coke's signature flavours without worrying about their sugar intake.
These Multi-Purpose kitchen towels are the perfect kitchen companion when you're hosting a busy Chinese New Year party.
6 rolls of 60 plies are strong and absorbent, effective at removing and cleaning grease.
This 4-pack of 200 facial tissues are great at keeping stains away.
The paper tissues are made ultra soft and FSC certified to ensure a responsible and sustainable management of worlds forests.
An ideal baby gift to develop learning and teach your little one about Chinese New Year.
Bright colours and beautiful pictures help your baby learn about the zodiac.
The small padded book is perfect to help your baby develop motor skills.
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