2021 Lunar New Year's Eve Thanksgiving Blessing Ceremony and

Exhibiting the Lanterns of Auspicious & Fortune

11.02.2021 (Thursday), 7:30am to 3:00pm

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Traditionally, Chinese are very happy to receive endless blessing and great fortune from Buddhas, Devas and Deities from the ten directions . Therefore, the last day of every lunar year is dedicated to express thanks and gratitude to the higher beings for their meritorious blessing. Chinese families begin to exhibit lanterns, from first month of the Lunar New Year, at home and temples to show their appreciation, and to share their joy, blessings and fortunes together. This is called “Na Fu” which means receiving blessings.

We may make light offerings to Buddha or Bodhisattva so as to enrich wisdom, excellent school and academic performance for their children and also for those who wish to have more children.

During this festive season, everyone is welcome to invite friends and relatives to make light offerings to the Buddha on Lunar New Year's Eve, 1st, 2nd and the 15th of Chinese New Year. In addition, you can also brighten your New Year by participating in the hanging and displaying of Auspicious and Good Fortune Lanterns.

Lantern / Offering DedicationAmount
鸿运当头大吉大利生意大旺大彩灯1 Company Name + Per Family (Max 12 Names)$200
五福财路如意灯笼1 Company Name + Per Family (Max 5 Names)$100
诸事圆满顺利灯笼1 Company Name + Per Family (Max 5 Names)$60
四季平安吉祥灯笼1 Company Name + Per Family (Max 2 Names)$50
诸佛菩萨赐福吉祥如意灯笼Per Family (Max 2 Names)$40
纳福灯笼Per Name$10
Offering IncensePer Name$5
Offering FlowerPer Name$5
Lights Offering (Eve, 1st, 2nd & 15th of Chinese New Year)Per Name$5
Offering Auspicious Blessed Misua (1st & 2nd day of Chinese New Year)Per Name - Per Family (max 5 Names)$10 - $50

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Office Tel: 6746 6211            Office hours: Daily 8 am – 5pm except Thursday 8am -1pm