Friday, January 31, 2014

Lionel Messi Celebrates Chinese New Year

Lionel Messi Celebrating Chinese New Year
The Chinese observed their new year on January 31 based on their lunar calendar. They call it the "Year of the Horse" and Lionel Messi is greeting his Chinese fans in the picture above. If you know what the sign says, kindly let me know, I do not think my Chinese goes beyond Ni hao.


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