8 rabbit themed wallpapers to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

According to Chinese mythology, rabbits symbolise endurance and luck. 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit, the fourth sign in the Chinese zodiac.

Inspired by Chinese new year, these 8 awesome and funky desktop wallpapers celebrate the furry, fun and cute nature of rabbits. Grace your screen with one of these beauties! Continue →

8 must-have sweets this Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is a time for well-wishes of happiness and prosperity, lucky red envelopes and firecrackers to ward off evil spirits. Though the thing I’m looking forward to most is the sweets.

Here’s my list of the top 8 must-have sweets this Chinese New Year, which I can’t wait to wrap my lips around. Continue →

8 Chinese red packet designs and their meanings decoded

Each year during Chinese New Year, if we’re lucky enough to be young and unmarried, we will receive ‘lucky’ red packets (紅包) filled with money. At other times, family and friends may give us … Continue

8 beautiful traditional Asian-styled iPhone themes

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This collection of stylish and beautiful Asian-styled iPhone themes feature Asian-inspired icons such as teapots, abacuses, the Chinese zodiac and traditional books.

8 cute and colourful Asian-inspired iPhone themes

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This collection of cute and colourful Asian-inspired iPhone themes feature the vibrant, playful and sickly sweet cartoons that are associated with Japanese, Korean and some Chinese characters.

2010 Slanted end of year wrap up

Well… what a roller coaster ride 2010 year has been! From the nail-biting Australian election to our tough draw in the FIFA World Cup, followed by the near half baked Commonwealth Games in India, … Continue

Slanted basketball team: We are the champions!

The basketball season for 2010 is finished and our Slanted basketball crew are standing tall and proud as the undefeated champions ending the season with 8 wins and 1 draw.

Losing myself in China: Appreciating multiculturalism

You hear stories of people travelling to their native motherland, meeting relatives for the first time and finding themselves in their roots of familiarity. I had hoped for a similar experience, but instead was … Continue