Happy Chinese New Year for Dummies

How do you say Happy New Year in Chinese?

Kung Hei Fat Choi/Choy!

樂shin nien kuai le
恭喜發財gong xi fa tsai
萬事如wan shi ru e
新春愉快shin chun yu kuai
年年有魚nien nien yo yu

sank ooo and have a rice year!
gong xi fa cai–恭喜发财
xin nian kuai le—新年
Gung hay fat choy.
xin nian kuai le
万 事 如 意wan shi lu yi
恭 喜 发 gong xi fa cai
Gong Xi Fa Cai or Gong Hay Fat Choi.
First one is in Mandarin, the official Chinese dialect and the second one is in Cantonese, a dialect spoken in Hong Kong and in Southern China.
Sun nien fai lok: Happy New Year

Xin nian yu kuai (Mandarin): Happy New Year

Gung hay fat choy: May you become prosperous

Kong/Gong Hee Fat Choy,
Excerpt from Yahoo
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