Lou Hei App [Latest Version]

What is Lou Hei App

Singapore (The Associated Press) —In preparation for the celebratory festivities around Chinese New Year, the authorities have imposed new COVID-19 limitations. These include limiting visits to no more than eight per day in households and prohibiting the habit of calling out fortunate Chinese words when tossing yusheng.

Although we are not permitted to repeat the auspicious sayings ourselves, many good Samaritans have built free online programmes to digitally utter the new year greetings on our behalf.

There’s a humorous app that comes with pre-recorded audio recordings of the standard ox-scary remarks, so you can still enjoy the rowdiness of tossing your raw fish and shredded veggies (lo hei) amid stricter restrictions. According to the new laws issued last week, people dining out must wear face masks during lo hei and no “verbalisation of the traditional auspicious words” is permitted.

DJ Beng’s lohei app

The first was the “lohei app,” as its mysterious author, “DJ Beng,” refers to it. The web app is available at http://djbeng.com/lohei.html.

A woman’s voice will deliver the corresponding Mandarin words when you tap certain Chinese phrases on your phone screen.

Among the phrases included are: zhao cai jin bao (may wealth and treasures come to you), sheng yi xing long (may your business grow), wan shi ru yi (may all your endeavours be successful), and shen ti jian kang (may all your endeavours be successful) (good health to you).

Aside from Mandarin, the app is available in Cantonese, Teochew, Hokkien, Hainanese, Hakka, and Shanghainese.

The online app can also pronounce “yam seng” and “huat ah!”

It should be noted that the noises are only produced by the web app on mobile phones, not desktop computers.

If you appreciate the app, DJ Beng proposes donating to the Singapore Children’s Society or your favourite charity at giving.sg.

There isn’t much known about “DJ Beng” other than the fact that he was the name of a character invented by Koh Beng Liang and appeared in an old local digital literary journal, the2ndrule. Koh worked as a magazine editor.

We emailed “DJ Beng” to learn more about how he made this lohei app, but he stated he didn’t take media inquiries. Anyway, many thanks to this Lohei angel we didn’t realise we needed!

Comes with 15 auspicious sayings (Photo: Ichiban Boshi)

The app, created by DJ Beng, includes 15 sayings, like “da ji da li” (may you be blessed with great fortune and luck)”, “bu bu gao sheng” (may you fly to greater heights)”, and the all-important “Huat ah!” It’s all repeated in appropriately auntie-like tones.

This software not only eliminates the need to memorise the numerous sayings, but it also lists them in the sequence in which the respective components are intended to be added during the lo hei. You only need to press the button for each phrase.

Yu Sheng Words: What To Say During Lou Hei

Tired of mumbling incoherent rubbish when everyone’s shouting Chinese auspicious sayings?

Here are the 11 steps to Lou Hei Yu Sheng and what to say for each ingredient when it’s tossed in.

1. Sashimi Slices (生鱼, Sheng Yu)

What to Say

年年有余 (Nian Nian You Yu)

What It Symbolises

Abundance and surplus throughout the year. Also, to have more (insert whatever you like) with each passing year.

2. Pomelo (柚子, You Zi)

What to Say

大吉大利 (Da Ji Da Li)

What It Symbolises

Great prosperity, good fortune, and good luck

Note: It can also be replaced with limes.

3. Pepper & Five Spice Powder (胡椒粉 & 五香粉, Hu Jiao Fen & Wu Xiang Fen)

What to Say

招财进宝 (Zhao Cai Jin Bao)

What It Symbolises

To attract great wealth and treasures into your life.

4. Oil (油, You)

What to Say

财原广进, 一本万利 (Cai Yuan Guang Jin, Yi Ben Wan Li)

What It Symbolises

As the oil is being poured all over the ingredients (usually in a circle), it symbolises the growing increase in profits by at least 10,000 fold.

And for money and wealth to flow into your life from every direction possible.

Y’know, coz oil mah

It’s a precious commodity with high value, and it flows everywhere.

5. Shredded Carrot (红萝卜, Hong Luo Bo)

What to Say

鸿运当头 (Hong Yun Dang Tou)

What It Symbolises

The inevitable arrival of good luck in your life.

Very useful, especially if you’re planning to play a little Ban Luck this Chinese New Year…

6. Shredded Green Radish (青萝卜, Qing Luo Bo)

What to Say

青春永驻 (Qing Chun Yong Zhu)

What It Symbolises

To remain young forever and to have eternal youth.

7. Shredded White Radish (白萝卜, Bai Luo Bo)

What to Say

步步高升, 风生水起 (Bu Bu Gao Sheng, Feng Sheng Shui Qi)

What It Symbolises

Prosperity in business and promotion at work. In particular, to achieve greater heights in everything you set out to do.

8. Sesame Seeds & Peanuts (芝麻 & 花生粉, Zhi Ma & Hua Sheng Fen)

What to Say

金银满屋, 生意兴隆 (Jin Yin Man Wu, Sheng Yi Xing Long)

What It Symbolises

For your house to be filled with gold and silver (wealth).

And for your business to flourish with every increasing profit!

9. Golden Crackers (薄脆饼干, Bao Cui Bing Gan)

What to Say

遍地黄金 (Bian Di Huang Jin)

What It Symbolises

That there will be gold on the ground which you walk on  — representing more wealth than you can ever spend.

10. Plum Sauce (酸梅酱, Suan Mei Jiang)

What to Say

甜甜蜜蜜 (Tian Tian Mi Mi)

What It Symbolises

A sweet and ever-loving relationship between family members and couples.

Very important since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner…

11. Toss The Lou Hei Yu Sheng

What to Say

发啊 (Huat Ah) and anything else that’s auspicious. Works best if shouted at the top of your lungs.

What It Symbolises

The higher you toss, the more the wealth you get, and the higher the chance of all your wishes coming true.

Apk NameLou Hei App
VersionWeb View
Size Web View
Developerdjbeng
CategoryApps
ModYes
Requires Android5.5 and up

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