新年快乐 or 恭喜发财

Hmm I’m just hoping that both mean something to the effect of “Happy Chinese New Years!” or “Congratulations and Be Prosperous!” Technically it’s not just the Chinese New Years, but it’s actually the beginning of the new lunar year, which is celebrated by various Asian countries such as China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam etc. So Gung Hei Faat Choi everyone! And my this year be even better than the last!

And I have also decided to do a special review about J-Pop that will go into some details as to how the top stay on top and as to why some people lose popularity. I’ll try to make it interesting for everyone, although most artists mentioned will be those that I’ve written about before, so don’t expect too many new artists.

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One Response to “新年快乐 or 恭喜发财”
  1. Jeri says:

    The article sounds like it will be an interesting read! I’m looking forward to it!🙂

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