Sunday, February 4, 2018


Dear readers, this is a reminder that today is Li Chun, a day when you would see long snaking queues in front of ATM machines (I believe you would have noticed that already today) and when all “depositors” of monies into their bank accounts wish for prosperity in the coming Chinese New Year.
I noticed this morning that many of those in the queues leading up to the ATMs were dressed in prosperity colours: no doubt to usher in more good luck as well as prosperity. Most of the people in the queue are quiet and I believe they are wishing that they could carry out their “Li Chun” duties fast and get on with the rest of their day’s activities. I also noticed that one of the banks has some kind of events going on near the ATMs, promoting some form of fixed deposits savings (what a brilliant move in terms of audience size and the psychological effect of depositing more monies on this auspicious day).

Have you Li Chun already? If you have, perhaps you could sit back and relax for the rest of the day and read more on SSI’s CNY2018 series here .

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