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    • Chinese New Year – 2nd Day

      I drove down to KL to meet my parents. There was not much traffic driving down. On the other side of the road was badly jammed. I think it started from Rawang all the way to Ipoh. While I was driving, I found that, there were overpriced cars (“Bs” & “Ms”) that were speeding. I seldom see those cars adhere to speed limit. I guess they are rich enough to pay the fine. Some doesn’t have the patience to wait for you to get off the right lane to pass through but cut through from the left lane. :snooty: I wonder where are they rushing to?

      Anyway, in the car my children were practicing on wishing my parents “Gong Xi Gong Xi”

      Mummy: When you see por por and koong kong, what must you say?
      Tim: Gong Xi Fatt Choy *loud & confident*
      Emily: Gong Xi Gong Xi Ne *singing*
      Mummy: You must call por por and koong koong, yeah.
      Children: Okay

      At my parents place.

      Mummy: What must you say children?
      Emily: *hiding behind mummy and very quiet, staring at my parents blankly*
      Tim: *look away shyly*

      So much for the singing and practice. It was much later when they got acquainted that they talked to my parents.

      Published on February 20, 2007 · Filed under: Emily, Parenting, Timothy;

    5 Responses to “Chinese New Year – 2nd Day”

    1. 😆 😆 😆

    2. I’m not surprised, Mich. Des is oso like dat. Practised, practised but when she met my In-laws, sunyi senyap and kept hiding behind me too.

    3. hehe always the case..practice practice so nice but when see the folks all forgotten LOL

    4. Lyon also the same, seal her mouth each time getting her red packet!

    5. cute…