Should You Give Ang Pow To Older, Unmarried Relatives and Friends? [POLL]
Feb 03, 2016 10:59
The time of dilemma is nearing. You're now married, and you're no longer on the receiving end of free money during Chinese New Year. Instead, you've got to be dolling out cash like a walking ATM. But do you really have to give someone older and unmarried? Here are a few scenarios:
1. If they're unmarried and single and they're near 40-years-old.
2. If you are in a different age bracket, and they're older and unmarried.
Do you follow tradition and give them ang pow? Or is there even such a thing to begin with? To give, or not to give?
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