Have you, like us, left the shopping for your outfits for Chinese New Year to the last-minute? We’d say it is about time to panic, but then we’ve gone ahead and compiled this handy checklist to make sure you and your family look super cute and ultra-auspicious, even if you are a little bit of a procrastinator. You’re welcome.
Chinese New Year is a time for reunions! This Year of the Rooster, you might as well hatch some plans to make up for your misdeeds in the course of the year. Maybe you want to apologise for the time you didn’t bring the kids for Auntie Lin’s 50th birthday dinner. Or maybe you want to suck up to your in-laws just a bit. The point is, what better to say it all than a gift from the heart? Or, you know, a gift from this handy list. Auntie Lin won’t know the difference.