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Hmm. Well, the Bing translator says: 'Prince Gong the new rich', but as that makes not a lot of sense I'll bow out with a grin. :)

Happy New Year to you all!

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Google translator says: "Congratulations fortune". Maybe it's because of the old characters that it's not translating it correctly. I'm thinking it means to convey a wish for a prosperous New Year to everyone?

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Try "Gong Xi Fa Cai"

Gong Xi=respectfully wishing joy

Fa Cai=becoming wealthy or prosperous

A traditional New Year greeting, but not the literal 新年快樂 or Xin Nian Kuai Le. Very practical, the Chinese.

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