‘Kung Hei Fat Choi’ Images & Chinese New Year 2020 Greetings: ‘Gong Hei Fat Choy’ in Cantonese and ‘Xin Nian Kuai Le’ CNY WhatsApp Stickers to Wish Happy Chinese New Year
Happy Chinese New Year 2020 (Photo Credits: Pixabay)

It’s the Year of Rat. Yes, it’s time to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2020 or CNY 2020. It means the beautiful Chinese New Year greetings like “Kung Hei Fat Choi”, “Xīn Nián Kuài Lè”, “Gong Hei Fat Choy”, “Kiong Hee Huat Tsai”, “Xin Nian Kuai Le” and other wishes fills up the air. Celebrated as the spring festival in China, Chinese New Year or commonly referred to as Lunar New Year across the globe begins on the new moon that appears between 21 January and 20 February. It is followed by beautiful Lantern Festival, which is held on the 15th day of the New Year. The excitement for Chinese New Year is very much like the one commemorated as per the Gregorian Calendar. People exchange lovely greetings and images. And it gets more exciting if the Chinese New Year greetings are in native languages, be it Chinese, Cantonese or Mandarin. It adds more depth and charm to the message. Well, we bring you a collection of Happy Chinese New Year 2020 greetings, Chinese New Year 2020 WhatsApp Stickers, Kung Hei Fat Choi Images, Chinese New Year 2020 wishes, Gong Hei Fat Choy messages in Cantonese and Xin Nian Kuai Le CNY WhatsApp Stickers and a lot more, all available for free download online. Chinese Lunar New Year 2020 Wishes: ‘Kung Hei Fat Choi’ Images, ‘Xin Nian Kuai Le’ Greetings and CNY WhatsApp Stickers to Celebrate ‘Year of the Rat’.

Chinese New Year 2020 is celebrated on January 25.  It officially begins on Saturday and will end of February 4. The festival holds much cultural importance as well as historical significance. The original name for Chinese Lunar New Year was Yuán Dàn (元旦). The meaning of Yuan is “the beginning.” However, the names “Yuan Dan” is now used to refer to the New Year as per the solar calendar. Most common activity or celebration witnessed on the festival day is bursting of firecrackers to kickstart off the day, followed by an exchange of greetings among near and dear ones. 5 Places to Enjoy The Chinese New Year 2020 Celebrations Outside of China. 

Speaking of greetings, search engine platforms are flooded with requests for the latest Chinese New Year 2020 wishes and messages.  Chinese New Year wishes, Chinese New Year 2020, Kung Hei Fat Choi wishes, Chinese New Year wishes in Chinese, Chinese New Year wishes images, Kung Hei Fat Choi images, Chinese New Year wishes traditional, Chinese New Year wishes to colleagues, Chinese New Year messages, Chinese New Year greetings, Xin Nian Kuai Le images, Lunar New Year 2020, Lunar New Year wishes, Lunar New Year of the Rat, Lunar New Year 2020 wishes, Lunar New Year greetings, and more. You will find it all below.

How to Wish Happy Chinese New Year in Chinese?

  1. Xīn Nián Kuài Lè! 新年快乐 means Happy New Year! Let us break the phrase to understand better. "Xin" is 'New' and "Nian" is 'Year' while "Kuai le" stands for happiness, joy, delight, or rejoicings.
  2. xīn nián hǎo 新年好 means 'Have a good New Year!'
  3. “Gung Hay Fat Choy” means ‘Happy New Year’ in Cantonese.
  4. “Gong Xi Fa Cai” (pronounced Gong She Fa Tsai) literally translates to ‘wishing you to be prosperous in the coming year’ in Mandarin. It is one of the commonly used greetings on Chinese New Year.

Happy Chinese New Year 2020 (Photo Credits: Pixabay)
Happy Chinese New Year 2020 (Photo Credits: Pixabay)
Happy Chinese New Year 2020 (Photo Credits: Pixabay)

Chinese New Year Greetings in Chinese for Colleagues and Friends

  1. Red is considered the luckiest colour in Chinese culture. So you may wish your close friend or a colleague by using this sweet phrase – “Hong Bao Na Lai” (紅包拿來) which is “May I have the red envelope, please!”
  2. In Mandarin, a person can wish “Happy Spring Festival” by saying (春节快乐) “chūn jiē kuài lè.” And if you want to wish the same in Cantonese, you can do so by writing or saying, “ceon1 zit3 faai3 lok6!”
  3. Cái Yuán Guǎng Jìn (财源广进) means "May wealth flow in."
  4. Hé Qì Shēng Cái (和气生财) means "May harmony bring wealth."
  5. Nián Nián Yǒu Yú (年年有餘) means "May you have abundance every year."

Happy Chinese New Year 2020 (Photo Credits: Pixabay)
Happy Chinese New Year 2020 (Photo Credits: Pixabay)

How to Download Chinese New Year 2020 WhatsApp Stickers Online?

Just in case you want something more than the above options, you can always download WhatsApp Stickers as they’re very much in demand. There are several Chinese New Year 2020 WhatsApp Stickers that you can download from the Play Store app online. HERE is the link to download Lunar New Year greetings, Chinese New Year 2020 Stickers in traditional languages on the Play Store app. We wish everyone celebrating the spring festival, a very Happy Chinese New Year 2020!