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To express "Happy New Year" in Mandarin, you may say: "Sin Nian Kuai Le", in which "Sin Nian" is equivalent to "New Year" and "Kuai Le" in Mandarin means "Happy". In Taiwan Pinyin, the "e" of "Le" pronounces like "\-uh\" in Engligh!

In Taiwan, "Sin Siang Shih Cheng" is a popular Mandarin idiom which delivers good wishes to friends: "May all your wishes be fulfilled"! It's very nice to say "Sin Siang Shih Cheng" to your friends and wish that their dreams come true especially when the New Year comes!

In the Mandarin speaking world, "Wan Shih Ru Yi" is a very very popular and frequently used Mandarin idiom in the New Year time! It is used to express our good wishes towards friends: "May everything go very well as you wish"!

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