Xin nian kuai le mandarin - How to Say Happy New Year in Chinese

How to Say Happy New Year in Chinese

Chinese New Year, perhaps the most widely celebrated holiday in the world, typically takes place in January or February, after the Gregorian New Year on January 1.

The meaning of 'Xin Nian Kuai Le' is revealed as the Lunar New Year celebrations begin

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The meaning of 'Xin Nian Kuai Le' is revealed as the Lunar New Year celebrations begin

Red is the luckiest color in China.

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    Xin is new and Nian is year. Kuai le (快樂) is happiness, joy, delight, or rejoicings. So “Happy New Year” in English is “New Year Happy” in Chinese: Xīn Nián Kuài Lè! So, a new year, new goals. Well, not so much “new” goals, but I am changing my approach a little bit. Nothing is changing with Pimsleur.
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    1. Xin Nian Kuai Le lebih cocok digunakan sebagai ungkapan saat perayaan Imlek. Ilustrasi Imlek. IDN Times/Reza Iqbal. Dalam bahasa Mandarin, Gong Xi Fa Cai ternyata punya makna bahwa kita mendoakan keselamatan dan kesejahteraan bagi orang yang kita beri ucapan. Akan tetapi, ungkapan ini lebih cocok digunakan untuk memberikan ucapan terkait.
    By: DieFreien|||||||||
    新年快乐 (xīn nián kuài lè)Happy New Year 龙年吉祥! Happy New Year's Eve! xīn nián kuài lè !. 新 年 快 乐 !. Happy New Year! In China,2012 is the year of the Dragon. zhù dà jiā lónɡ nián jí xiánɡ !. 祝 大 家 龙 年 吉 祥 !. Wish you good luck in the Year of the Dragon!
    By: builtbybama_rolltide|||||||||
    In Mandarin: jīn bǎng tí míng 金榜题名! In Cantonese: gam1 bong2 tai4 ming4/meng2/meng4; It is a tradition for Chinese people to greet with best wishes during Chinese New Year, which shows their joy and love to each other. The Chinese New Year 2022 is coming, why not say “Xin Nian Kuai Le” loudly to the one around you!
    By: Fealiks|||||||||
    ‘Xin Nian Kuai Le’ literally translates to ‘Happy New Year’ and means ‘Happy New Year’ in Mandarin. It is pronounced like ‘shin nee-an kwai leh’ and is said by everyone during the Lunar New Year. Just like we say “Happy New Year” to each other on New Year’s Day, people celebrate the Lunar New Year greeting each other by.
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