Happy Chinese New Year

"May the new year bring many good things and rich blessings to you!"

That was what my fortune cookie told me last night as I celebrated the Lunar New Year with my second family (best friend, Michelle and her family).

After the tornado that took place in my life last year, I am sincerely wishing that this year will be the year for me to bloom as beautiful as a blossom. And I would also like to take this opportunity to wish you abundance of joy, wealth and strength to make the year 2020 your best year!

Anyways, I kicked started this year with another Chinese New Year photoshoot with Edmund Lee. Yes, his name might sound familiar to those who have been following me for some time now, as he is a photographer friend that I have been working together with for the nearly a decade now. Gosh, I feel old.

Edmund also brought along his other photographer friend, Chung Weng Chia and I tell this duo is simply amazing just because of the simple fact that those two can literally take the same shot and yet the outcome of it all will be completely different! This is also my second time having a photoshoot session with Chung.

This time around, the photoshoot only took an hour (or even lesser than that) to get all the photos that we needed. Possibly, because the location that we had the photoshoot at was a small back alley that was filled with oriental murals in Kwai Chai Hong, Kuala Lumpur.

Even with the minimal space, I still got to wear two different oriental outfits; a long blue cheongsam and a mint green qipao. I could be wrong with the qipao colour and term but yea the pictures might help a little better...keep scrolling!

Speaking of pictures, I shall not bore you with all these texts and get right into the results of this year's Chinese New Year photoshoot. Enjoy! Hope you'll like this series as much as I do!

So...did you like this Chinese New Year series? I surely had so much fun shooting this theme as I love traditional themes a lot! And it was, in a way, for me to kick start back my modelling journey. Hopefully, there's still some market left for me.

Thus, concludes my special greeting for the Lunar New Year. Once again, I'd like to wish everyone a prosperous year ahead and may all your good wishes come true!

Happy Chinese New Year!