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Second Day Of Chinese New Year In Ipoh

SECOND DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR... Yes, I know today is the forth day of CNY, I am a bit backward when it comes to posting my memories "on board" here in my blog.  Each year is more or less the same as in previous years, only one or two family members are "missing"... either abroad or outstation.  Love to keep these pictures as sweet memories, year in and year out....

For the past many years, I celebrated the second day of CNY at my in-laws' house.  Even though my parents-in-laws are not around anymore, we still make it a point to eat at my in-laws house, my kids love their dishes and have been eating there ever since they were born.  LOL.... Each year they look forward to eating the authentic dishes that they have been eating for the past many years.

Part of the dishes served... this year I contributed two dishes.... 
The table full to the brim... 
The aunties, uncles and the youngsters... 
All squeezed together as one big family!


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  1. Every year, on the 2nd day of CNY, usually will eat at my 3rd Aunt house, but this year, she's not cooking as she's mention she's tired, sobsss....

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  2. It is wonderful to eat together as one big family. This is a beautiful reunion!

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  3. Everyone looking so happy! Yes, I do remember that you go to your in-laws to eat a feast on Chinese New Year. Do they live very close? They must be wonderful cooks!

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  4. Wahhhhhhh!!!! Got progress, this year can contribute two dishes already, next year, can cook everything all by yourself, liao! Hehehehehehe!!!! Ummmm...which two were yours?

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  5. What a joyous occasion! Good that you all keep this tradition alive!

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  6. Nice get-together...good tradition to uphold

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