年年有魚Year Year Have Fish
The Chinese New Year greeting: 年年有餘 (nin4 nin4 jau5 jyu4), is a phrase to wish people with good fortune every year. This packet attemps to alter the character “餘” (surplus) to “魚” (fish), as both of the pronunciations sound and mean alike. Fish in Chinese culture often means wealth and abundance. The packet contains three soy sauce containers.
Note: These are display gifts and are not consumables.
Daphne Tsang is a Hong Kong born, London based graphic designer and design researcher with a great love for print, publication and packaging. She often touches on themes regarding Hong Kong’s culture, East Asian identities and occasionally random banter, infusing them with experimental publication designs.