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#KungHeiFatChoi: Celebrate Chinese New Year With Apps!

Kung Hei Fat Choi, gentlemen! FHM helps you celebrate the Chinese New Year the lazy, este, hi-tech way!
by KC Calpo | Jan 30, 2014
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Kung Hei Fat Choi, gentlemen! Hope you all have a happy Chinese New Year!

Let us remind you lads that there's so much more to this joyous holiday than parties, tikoy, ampaos, and dragon dances. It's also the perfect time to study what feng shui experts say about the New Year. You can also start following all the pampasuwerte customs and traditions. Or you can hoard Wooden Horse thingies.

Or, if you want to keep things really simple, you can download the Chinese New Year Apps we have below! Hooray for laziness technology!


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It always pays to know more. Plus, knowledge is damn sexy—don't ever forget that, gents!

This free and famous online resource can be a good starting point for your Chinese New Year research. Wikipedia also has free apps for various mobile platforms: click on the links to get the Wikipedia app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8.

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Ever wondered how the Chinese zodiac works, which sign do you fall under, and what's in store for you this year and in the coming ones? Try out these two free apps that send out daily horoscopes based on the Chinese zodiac. Malay mo, nandito pala suwerte mo!


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Its customary to make home and life improvements at the start of each Lunar Year. Apple iOS users who want to create a Happy Home can use apps like the Feng Shui Bagua Map, while those who want to embark on Operation Bagong Buhay can use Feng Shui & Horoscope 2014 or even Feng Shui Sleeping Compass on Google Play. Windows Phone users can get started with apps like FengShui Made Easy and Feng Shui Kua Finder.

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