Happy Chinese New Year And…

Dan #FutureOfWork Sodergren
3 min readFeb 10, 2024

Happy #chinesenewyear to all my followers that celebrate it. And I think you should. As now is a MUCH BETTER time to celebrate #NewYear than our cold next to Christmas one…

But how to say…

Happy Chinese New Year in different languages.

In Mandarin, the most common way to wish your family and close friends a happy Chinese New Year is “Xīnnián hǎo” (新年好), literally meaning ‘New Year Goodness’ or ‘Good New Year’.

Another way to say “Happy Chinese New Year” is “Xīnnián kuàilè” (新年快乐), literally meaning ‘New Year happiness’. It is a formal greeting typically used for strangers.

And… In Cantonese, the common way to say ‘Happy Lunar New Year’ is “Gong hei fat choy” (恭喜发财), which means ‘Wishing you happiness and prosperity.’

This year it's the year of the Dragon.

A super cool year as it’s the same animal when I was born.

In Chinese culture, the Dragon holds a significant place as an auspicious and extraordinary creature, unparalleled in talent and excellence. It symbolizes power, nobility, honor, luck, and success. 2024 is forecasted to bring about opportunities, changes, and challenges. If you’re seeking a shift in your current lives, this year might offer a favorable chance.

In Chinese culture, the dragons are majestic and powerful. They could lead the world due to their dominant nature and ambitious spirit.

Gifted with innate courage, tenacity, and intelligence, Dragons are usually enthusiastic and confident. They are not afraid of challenges, and willing to take risks. They strive to break away from traditional norms and pave the way for a brighter future.

So if this isn’t a great time to sign up to my AI marketing course. When is…? As that’s all about paving the way to a brighter future by embracing a new challenge and confidently learning how to use #artificialintelligence.

So back to #ChineseNewYear — to celebrate it with friends you could also say…

May all your wishes come true — sam seung si sing or xīn xiǎng shì chéng

Or as this is #Linkedin

May your career be successful — si yip yau sing or shì yè yǒu chéng

From myself, and the AI Marketing Course, I say

May your career be successful — si yip yau sing or shì yè yǒu chéng

With our help I know it will be.

Our new cohort starts in Feb.

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Dan #FutureOfWork Sodergren

#PublicSpeaker #TedxTalk #KeynoteSpeaker talks on the #FutureOfWork #Tech and #AI. Expert / guest on national TV / Radio and podcasts. Co-founder of YourFLOCK