Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Happy New Year Chinese Poems 2017

Chinese New Year 2017 poems written by famous poets to express the sense and magnitude of the event. The poems in the Chinese new year 2017 written by Chinese writers and these poems were translated into English for the convenience of readers.

So just browse and enjoy this beautiful Chinese New Year 2017 Poems and get dazzled. You can find a number of Chinese New Year 2017 poems on the Internet. Below are some popular Chinese New Year poems.

New Year Chinese Poems 2017

Is the year of the Rat, E-I-E-I-O
With a squeak, squeak here,
And a squeak, squeak there,
Here a squeak, there a squeak,
Everywhere a squeak, squeak.
Here come the new years
Marching round, E-I-E-I-O.

Let’s wave and say “Ni hao (nee how),”Let’s wave and say “Ni hao.”
Let’s say “hello” to all our friends,
Let’s wave and say “ni hao.”
Chinese New Year Poems
Chinese New Year Poems

Chinese dragon, Chinese dragon,Breathing fire, breathing fire,
Happy, happy new year,
Happy, happy new year,
Gung hay fat choy,
Gung hay fat choy.
Happy New Year Chinese Poems 2017

“Gung Hay Fat Choy!”In China, Every Girl And Boy
Celebrates The New Year
In A Very Special Way —
With Fireworks And Dragons,
Colored Red And Gold —-
They Welcome In The New Year
And Chase Away The Old!

Soon know approach end yearbe like go to hole snake
Long scales half already disappear
Go all trace who able stop
If wish tie his tail
Even if diligent know to no avail
Children try not sleep
Mutual watch night cheer noise
Dawn chicken for now not cry
Further, drum respect increase
Sit long lamp ashes down
Rise see north plough slant
Next year not natural span of years
Worry fear waste time
Exert oneself to utmost today evening
Youth still ability praise

Get wallpapers Goodbye 2016 Welcome Happy New Year 2017

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