2012-01-21

Company yearly activity before Chinese New Year

It is a yearly ritual in my company that we have to pray in 3 altars before ushering the Lunar New Year.
While the big big bosses doing the praying, we the small fry were helping to prepare the praying papers.
We believe that praying to Tua Pek Kong, Guan Kong, Datuk Kong, Tei Zhu Kong and a few more Indian Gods in the factory will always keep us working together in peace and harmony. The most important prayer is to ensure our company continues to success, make profit, and create more fortune. Huat ah! Huat ah!
This is also the yearly food placed on the altar table. All the employees who participated in the prayer were treated with Nasi Kunyit and Curry Chicken for lunch.

Here I wish all my Chinese readers a very prosperous Chinese New Year. May you bless with good health, wealth and happiness in this Dragon year and always. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

16 comments:

  1. oh, you pray in the office?? hmmm, i've never done that before, only do that at home, hehe.. who's the lady in red btw?? your sister?? looks like you leh, haha~~

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  2. A happy and prosperous Year of the Dragon to you and your family. It's great that your company gives CNY treats and makan to its employees.

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  3. Xin Nian Kuai Le to you and your family! Huat Ah! Huat Ah! :)

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  4. I will be missing this event, hehe, walked all the way there under the hot sun~
    But the curry chicken looks yummy!

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  5. Happy lunar new year to you & ur loved ones. Let's pray that we'll continue to live in peace & harmony & freedom of speech is being upheld.

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  6. Hi Sheoh yan, nice pics.
    I miss seeing this prayers. Been away long time, lost touch with all these traditions.

    Wishing you and family gong xi fa cai and all best wishes.
    Lee.

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  7. I can see that your company employs only leng luis! Happy Chinese New Year to you & family, Yan.

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  8. wishing you & yours a very happy new year...chicken curry looks irresistable & hearty
    Tasty Appetite

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  9. Wow, it's good that your company care on the spiritual matter. Happy new year to you and your friends.

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  10. oh you pray the indian gods as well? as long as they keep you safe and sound :) happy cny to you and family, Sheoh Yan!

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  11. i'm sure all the "kongs" heard all of your compnay wishes..more business, more profit, more bonus!! Kong hei fatt choy!

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  12. Noticed all the gods got 'kong' behind the names. Why*Ask*Why is it a name the Chinese used to address a god? Any idea? Even the taoist monk also called 'sai kong' and the beggar god 'chi kong' and thunder god 'lei kong'.

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  13. Here's wishing you 龍馬精神*lóng mǎ jīng shén*. May the Dragon's fire propel you higher in top horse power with full vitality & passion in everything you do. *GongXiFaCai.*

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  14. Hope I'm not too late in wishing you Kong Hei Fatt Choy!

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  15. Happy Chinese New Year, Yan! May we all huat ar!!

    p/s: apasai ffk me today?

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