The Lunar New Year is about more than lai see, huge feasts and visiting relatives and friends. It's also about searching for the perfect backdrop for family photos. Here's the Young Post's pick of picture-perfect locations. Langham Place (till Feb 8) This massive indoor Wheel of Fortune is made up of 18 automated wheels, symbolising a steady flow of fortune and blessings. In addition, an exhibition of lion dance costumes features 12 contemporary designs. Harbour City (till Feb 9) Wealth and prosperity is represented by 42 large gold-coin lanterns. And local young artists have used 22 chairs to create an ox. Shoppers can also get free tickets to the fireworks display party on February 27. Times Square (till Jan 14) A Golden Fortune Cows Garden features a massive peach blossom tree, 28 golden pillars and 18 Golden Cow chairs to sit on. At weekends you can also listen to traditional music. IFC (till Feb 2) Shimmering giant goldfish, representing fortune and wealth, hang from the ceilings. And high in the atrium is a 5.5 metre-tall King of Peach Blossom Trees to bless visitors with prosperity. Pacific Place (till Feb 8) The traditional Chinese embroidery balls (xiu qu), symbolise good fortune and togetherness and are perfect for posing couples and families. wtc more (till Feb 1) Jade is a symbol of luck and peace. At wtc shoppers can see jade artworks worth a total of HK$63 million in an exhibition entitled New Year Palace of Lucky Jade Treasures. Ngong Ping Village (till Feb 9) Visitors can turn the Lucky Windmill, beat the Lucky Drum, and tie their wish on the Wishing Shrine. Nearby is the Po Lin Monastery and the Giant Buddha. Ocean Park (Jan 24 to Feb 8) The Lunar Lucky Fiesta features 12 new attractions including photo-taking stalls, acrobatic shows and martial arts demonstrations. Lucky draw prizes total over HK$8 million.