Are you ready for this?
For the first time, 16 cooking bloggers have come together to bring you the chance to start the Year of the Ram in the best way - by winning a US$160 Chinese New Year ang pow*!
And it's open to everyone in the whole world!
To take part, simply complete the Rafflecopter below (there are 16 easy tasks that you need to complete). Open to overseas entrants.
This Giveaway is happily brought to you by:
Diana from The Domestic Goddess Wannabe
Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids
Alvin from Chef and Sommelier
Ann from Anncoo Journal
Cheryl from Baking Tai Tai
Doreen from My Little Favourite DIY
Fion from XuanHom's Mom Kitchen Diary
Jasline from Foodie Baker <-- me! (haha)
LY from LY's Kitchen Ventures
May from Mayck-law
Ms B from Everybody Eats Well in Flanders
Regina from Mummymoo
Sharon from Delishar
Susanne and Phay Shing from Lovingcreations4u
Veronica from Peng's Kitchen
Victoria from Victoria Bakes
One prize of US$160 will be sent to the winner via Paypal. An email will be sent to the winner to notify him/her of the win. If the organiser (Diana) does not receive a reply within 48 hours, another winner will be selected. Please note if the winner does not have a valid and working Paypal account, another winner will be selected.
*Terms and conditions apply.
Bam's Kitchen says
Hello Jasline, It was so fun getting to know so new bloggers out there! Maybe you can shed some light on this... you see that some Chinese translation denotes this as the year of the sheep and some for the year of the ram. Is it both, technically? Yes/no?
Jasline N. says
Hi Bobbi! To be honest, since young I've only known it as the year of sheep. It's only recently that I found that some people call it differently.
In Chinese, ram is known as 公羊 (gong yang), sheep is 绵羊 (mian yang) and goat is 山羊 (shan yang). All 3 have the word 羊 (yang) in them, so I guess all three can be correct, I've asked my friends, most of my friends say either sheep or goat, guess ram is not what we commonly call it here in Singapore!
Bam's Kitchen says
Thanks for your response Jasline! I guess all 3 are correct then but the ram looks amazing on the front of a hong bao. LOL See you soon! Check your e-mail when you get a chance. Thanks