Welcome the year of OX! While we used to refer these horns to devil, now I'm no longer Pacco de Devil, but instead I'm Pacco de Evil Ox!
Since our Lee family originated from Selangor, we don't travel back to hometown like most KL people. Chinese New Year in the city is not as lively as in the rural area. On the day before New Year, we went for a movie at Mid Valley and the silence was staggering. You don't even need to Q for a ticket. Therefore, the family traveled to Banting, 1 hour drive away from home to visit the local chinese temple to experience some New Year excitement.
The family is deciding which way to head to. They looked like a child trying to choose a sweetie in a chocolate factory.
Here I present you the 'Wishing Tree'. Hey, I thought this is Japanese tradition. Anyway, I wish for PaccoMobile, SLR camera, digital piano and debts-free for Ms Owner. Ain't I thoughtful?
At the main hall, the room was reverberating with low-pitched human voices saying prayers and reciting rhythms. The siblings felt like an explorer learning about some mysterious nomadic tribe.
Honestly, they know nothing about religions and prayers. All they know is how to have fun whenever they are. Despite their old age, they still possess the natural exuberance of young children.
Last but not least, Pacco de Ox is enjoying the year of Ox too. I can tell this will be a prosperous year for her with all the extra cash and I can enjoy my retirement life.
Guess who is the mysterious Ox below.