For example, Chinese families will reunite and share meals together as well as having a good house clean to sweep away any misfortune before New Year starts. All windows and doors are decorated to promote wealth, longevity, good fortune and happiness.Orchids are commonly used to decorate during Chinese New Year in Australia. ‘Jade’ is a very popular orchid arrangement. It is simple, but elegant. Featuring a beautiful wrap of Singapore orchids, which are long lasting blooms and perfect for Chinese New Year. This year Chinese New Year falls on the 28th February, so make sure you order your gift before this date to avoid disappointment. From all of us at Interflora we wish you a very Happy Chinese New Year: “Xin Nian Kuai le”.
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