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Chap Goh Meh: In the Mood for Love!

Young lady out there are you hoping to find Mr Right by throwing mandarin oranges into the nearest river or lake during the Chap Goh Meh celebration tomorrow night, aren't you excited? Well, you can try your luck tomorrow night, and don't forget to buy some oranges. Nowadays, the woman will write their names and openly give their phone number or email address on the oranges.

There also orange-tossing and right timing from Feng shui master Jessie Lee's tips for this festival shown below:



Jessie Lee also said that, "Feb 8 is a Snake Day, which clashes with the zodiac sign of the Pig. However, those who was born in the Year of the Pig can still toss oranges but it is better to ask someone else to toss them for him or her."

She also mention the Rooster, Ox and Monkey are the lucky zodiac signs that would benefit from throwing oranges.

During that events everyone will throws oranges in the lake or river after write their names on the oranges. It is believed that the man who picks up your orange is your Mr Right. This event held especially in Penang and around the Klang Valley lake. 

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