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Year of Pig 2019: Harbour City Shares Chinese New Year's Best-Kept Secrets

PR Newswire Asia Thursday, 24 January 2019 ()
Year of Pig 2019: Harbour City Shares Chinese New Year's Best-Kept Secrets*8 Things Everyone Can Do for Luck and Fortune*

HONG KONG, Jan. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Welcoming the Year of the Pig, Harbour City shares some of Chinese New Year's oldest traditions and uncovers lesser-known, fun and amusing things that everyone can do to boost their luck.

From wearing red to sharing a lucky meal with friends and families, the video shines a new light on some of Chinese New Year’s oldest traditions and uncovers lesser-known, fun things that everyone can do to boost their luck.

A lively dialogue on eight lucky things to do during Chinese New Year, featuring celebrity influencer Richard Juan and Feng Shui Master Kelvin Poon, who studied after the famous Grand Master Peter So Man-fung.

Chinese New Year is a major festival celebrated worldwide, with traditions dating back over 3,000 years ago. Passing down from one generation to the next, these traditions have evolved over time. In a lively dialogue between celebrity influencer Richard Juan and Feng Shui Master Kelvin Poon, who studied after the famous Master Peter So Man-fung, Harbour City shines a new light on this festival with eight lucky things to do:

1. *Have a Lucky Meal:* "Lo Hei" is made of ingredients like salmon and abalone which in Cantonese sound like prosperity, and everyone sticks their chopsticks in to toss everything up. 
2. *Wear a Dash of Red:* From red outfits to red lipsticks, adding a dash of red is a must for CNY.
3. *Wear Red Inside Too:* Wearing red underneath, from socks to underwear, is one of CNY's best-kept lucky secrets!
4. *Put Fresh Fruits at Home:* Fresh fruits boost liveliness for the home and the body, even better if they are red.
5. *Eat Sweet Things:* Sweeten and brighten up your life with colourful candies -- they make great gifts too.
6. *Give Out Lai-see:* Lucky money in a red packet -- everyone's favourite CNY tradition explained.
7. *Beautify Your Space:* Clearing up spaces at work and at home increases the flow of energy, and decorating them with fresh flowers and Fai Chun can elevate that further.
8. *Share a Bowl of Tong Yuan:* "Tong Yuan" is a signature dessert to enjoy with family and loved ones during CNY, a time of sharing joy and reunion. 

*Richard Juan (@richardjuan)*

Having grown up in Hong Kong and the Philippines, Richard Juan is part of a new generation of international Asians with a multi-cultural upbringing, network and aspirations. As an actor, host and model, Juan has built a substantial fan base predominately in Southeast Asia after graduating cum laude at the Philippines' top university.

*Kelvin Poon*

Professional Feng Shui master Kelvin Poon has worked with private and corporate clients from Hong Kong and around the world for over 10 years. His work has been featured in CNN Money and The Economic Times.

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