[QUIZ] React To These CNY Situations & We’ll Guess Your Lucky Colour For The Year 2023
How do you plan to attract good fortune this Chinese New Year?
Perhaps you’re planning to deep clean your entire home and air it out to usher in positive energy. Or maybe you’ll eat your way to good fortune by cooking up an impressive feast that symbolises abundance and wealth.
According to feng shui principles, another way to attract prosperity is through the use of lucky colours. Be it for your clothing or in your everyday surroundings, many believe that the best way to usher in the new year is by incorporating your lucky colour in your everyday life.
Curious to find out what your lucky colour for the Year of the Rabbit is?
Take the quiz below to find out by reacting to CNY situations:
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Note: This quiz is for entertainment purposes only. Dun so serious, okay? 🙂
Regardless of your lucky colour, it’s important to share your good fortune with those who matter most, and that’s none other than your friends and family <3
Chinese New Year is a time for celebrating with our loved ones, and that is exactly what PETRONAS wants everyone to cherish this year.
Their CNY short film, Yǐ Hé Wéi Guì (以和为贵) or The Negotiation, conveys the “Roots of Our Future” theme, meant to inspire everyone to embrace the past while we navigate our future.
Watch the full video below:
The short film narrates the tale of the inhabitants of Jalan Singgah Dulu, as they spend their days running a row of good old-fashioned shops with unmistakable Malaysian charm. However, everything changes when a stranger in a suit comes by on the eve of Chinese New Year, and delivers an eviction notice! Will our heroes be able to convince the eviction officer to help save their history, heritage, and home?
Through the festive short film, it conveys the message that our Malaysian roots, when nurtured, can prosper to stand the test of time
No matter how tough or bleak the situation is, we can band together and overcome any obstacles we face in this lifetime. That’s why we must never lose sight of who we are and where we came from, as we move forward and coexist harmoniously and peacefully.