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Great Combination And Harmony

Chinese New Year is now over... my colleagues and I had our last Loe Sang for this year during lunch time.  No, we didn't go out to eat or buy back the Yee Sang, one of my colleagues is an expert in making them!  She bought all that is needed and brought them to the office... 
close up pic... 
  
oh, this one is complete with sauce and cornflakes...
Just look at that! 
Before the Well Wishes....let me make peace with you all...
Another one with my colleague!
and now... Let's Do IT!!
There goes the Loe Hei for everyone! 
(Sorry, readers.. 15th day is over...
and Here I am ... 
Still posting about Loe Hei...Loe Sang)
Till the next year...  Happy Days ahead! 

Comments

  1. Did u say cornflakes?? I've never eaten one with that. Interesting idea!

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  2. wah, your colleagues all ladies ah?? i realized i didn't "lou sang" this year at all.. *sob sob*

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  3. honestly never tried that kind of dish haha
    are those veggies?

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  4. cornflakes is not a bad idea..maybe I should try to prepare my own lou sang next year.

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  5. Wah!!! Office also party! Here's to a great year ahead!!! Cheers!

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  6. The yee sang prepare by your colleague is so attractive, hehe...

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  7. eh yellow thing is what ah?

    LOL....you should try my MIL version of yeesang... sure will like...

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  8. wah so harmony... irregardless of race..

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  9. A very beautiful yee sang, with beautiful ladies. yes, CNy is over but a new year started. have a great year ahead!

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  10. So colourful yee sang you have there. Always love your trade mark, the peace sign. May the year ahead be as colourful as the yee sang.

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  11. shirley: yes, my colleague said more healthy too! :)


    sk: aiyah..then u should come IPOH then I can take you for Loe Sang!


    mecoy: yes, all types of shredded vegetable..

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  12. wenn: yeah... actually come to think of it, cornflakes is a good replacement for crackers...


    stella: yeah, not bad!


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  13. stp: Cheers to you too!! Happy Blogging!!


    sharon: yeah, i agree, she is pretty good..

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  14. medie: yeah.. i love that too!


    andrew: same to you!! God Bless!


    irene: yes, i love that combination of colours too! Have a great year!

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  15. I think I lou sang almost 9 times and surrendered! I agree that cornflakes is a brilliant idea and it sparked my eyes up!! I enjoy the togetherness when tossing the food. I would scream Huat Aarrrrr!!!

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  16. TM: me also first time eating with cornflakes.. healthier.. :)

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  17. Own made Yee Sang, your colleague very pandai.

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