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By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:31 pm

You may have no idea what the title means, and 5 years ago I wouldn’t have known either. It means ‘Happy New Year‘ in Chinese, an odd title for a Habbo news report but the new update coming will reveal all!

As the Chinese New Year is fast approaching (Monday, 23rd January 2012) Habbo have come up trumps in celebrating it with a new effect soon to be released! The effect is part of a Chinese Dragon that goes over almost all of your Habbo and leaves the feet poking out of the bottom, it looks just like those in China! The colours capture the New Year feel and it is nice to have New Year celebrated in a different country!

I remember China celebrating on the 31st December 2011/1st January 2012 in admiration of all the other countries that were celebrating their new year, they put on a magnificent display using confetti as opposed to fireworks as they were more environmentally friendly.

How do you feel about Habbo celebrating Chinese New Year? I think it is a great experience to learn about another culture but I know there will be many more different opinions! To give me yours read more and comment, it will be nice to know your views.

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