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Chinese New Year Greetings!
6:38 pm  .   January 31, 2011  .   admin

Thanks to our Autodesk colleagues in China for helping us to translate and reprint these New Year wishes originally posted here: http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_6f23d6c80100nu6z.html

From the AutoCAD WS China Team:

Happy New Year, dear bloggers and AutoCAD WS users!

At this moment, perhaps you’re watching the snowflakes dancing down, or you might be enjoying the afternoon tea in the beautiful sunshine.

Perhaps you’re on the way home, or you have already arrived home and been enjoying the warm get-together with your family.

Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, best wishes to you!

It’s your support that enriched our new idea and inspired our product. And it’s your kind participation and timely feedback that makes us be aware of the ways to improve our products so that we can make the best of them and maximize our potential.

Through waves of fireworks at this special and meaningful time, we hear that spring is stepping closer and closer.

Every smiling face of elders and every joyful laughter of children are reminding us that – Rabbit year is coming!

The Autodesk AutoCAD WS China team wishes you a happy new year!

May you have a prosperous business, ceaseless gains, happy family, health and wish all your dreams come true! Happy New Year!

(From left to right: Carol You, QA Engineer; Peggy Pan, QA Engineer; Hanson Wang, QA Engineer; Jennifer He, QA Manager; Payton Ren, Senior QA Manager )

Note: The five Chinese characters “新年快乐!” are created with AutoCAD WS text command.

from AutoCAD WS China Team

  • Barry Ralphs

    Why don’t they like music?

    • CAD guy

      I think they just don’t like trumpets. Understandable…

  • Michael E. Beall

    Thanks, China team!
    I think this app has a lot of potential! I’m going to cover the fundamentals in my lead article on the February issue of ‘Michael’s Corner’ (http://www.cadtutor.net/corner). Unfortunately, that site was hacked last week, but when it comes back online, you should see the February corner posted sometime next week.
    Thanks! Michael (www.autocadtrainerguy.com)

  • geonerstiem