Chinese New Year Mandarin Orange - 新春年桔
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Kung Hei Fat Choi！ Great Fortune and Great Favour！
Chinese New Year Mandarin Orange
During Chinese New Year, mandarin oranges are considered traditional symbols of abundance and good fortune. During the two-week celebration, they are frequently displayed as decoration and presented as gifts to friends, relatives, and business associates. - wiki
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1. 恭喜發財 ⇨ Kung Hei Fat Choi (Cantonese pronunciation) ⇨ Wish you Prosperity and Wealth
2. Mandarin Orange ⇨ 桔 ⇨ 吉 ⇨ Good Luck
3. Red Packet ⇨ 紅包 ⇨ 利是 (利事/利市) ⇨ Good Business
4. Ideas #888 ⇨ 8 ⇨ 八 ⇨ 發 (similar Cantonese pronunciation) ⇨ Get Rich
5. 大 ⇨ Big ⇨ Great
6. 福 ⇨ Blessing and Happiness, or simply "Luck"
福倒(到)* ⇨ 福 is Upside Down ⇨ Blessing and Happiness is Coming
* 倒 and 到 are homophones, 倒 means upside down, 到 means coming.