iPhone app, 2010 Chinese New Year's Celebration Guide, for Celebrating Chinese New Year—Year of the Tiger Begins February 2010

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New app, 2010 Chinese New Year's Celebration Guide, lets anyone observe Chinese New Year as the Chinese do. Gives ideas for celebrating for all 15 days, link to downloadable authentic Chinese signs for decorating (http://goodcharacters.com/newyear/springcouplets.html), instructions for writing and saying the traditional greeting in Chinese (http://goodcharacters.com/newsletters/gong-xi-fa-cai.html), and more!

Good Characters, Inc., a Chinese branding company with consultants throughout Greater China and in the U.S., introduces guide explaining how Chinese celebrate the beginning of the lunar year. Guide tells when to visit relatives, what foods to eat and why, what gifts to give. It shows non-Chinese how to greet their Chinese friends and associates, how to return greetings, and what to expect on different days of the 15-day celebration. What does it mean if a chicken dish on the New Year’s party table appears to be pointing at a particular individual? Why do Chinese eat fish, noodles, and sweet rice balls on this occasion? What should someone NOT do during New Year’s? This app answers these questions so users can both impress and show respect for their Chinese friends. . . or simply show off their knowledge to non-Chinese looking for a reason to celebrate.

Andy Chuang, president of Good Characters, says that anyone wishing to truly celebrate as the Chinese do should decorate their homes or offices with spring couplets, banners with wishes for the coming year written in Chinese characters. Good Characters has beautifully crafted, authentic spring couplet signs in red and gold with instructions about how to display them properly.

For more information about the Year of the Tiger, Chinese New Year celebration, or anything Chinese, contact info(at)goodcharacters(dot)com or visit http://goodcharacters.com/newyear/

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