Friday, December 23, 2011


Since my computer's Chinese input system went on and off, I might just type this in English. Sorry yeah! :-(

To all Chinese, regardless of religion and location, Sharon cordially wishes all of you a...

For the Cantonese, Winter solstice Festival is a grand event because it is regarded as being more important than chinese New Year. In chinese, we call "dong zhi da guo nian". For Chinese, I hope you understand.

Every year, mom made these "tang-yuen" for this festival. Seriously, my family does not believe in purchasing "tang yuen". For this year, we do not have any pink "tang yuen"; instead, my mom made her "tang-yuen" in FIVE COLOURS: white, orange, green, purple and blue.

Is this weird? Relax! Be rest assured that the "tang yuen" is a hundred-percent natural. (My dad frowns at ANYTHING with artificial colouring, and we like it neither.) Sweet potatoes, screwpine leaves, bunga telang... Those were the source of colourings used. =)

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