Chinese New Year begins January 31, 2014 and lasts for 15 days! Chinese New Year’s Eve is a great time to honor your family and friends by displaying and serving “Lucky Food” at dinnertime. For Example: displaying and serving Oranges is said to bring wealth into the household (that’s because the Chinese words for “Oranges” and “Gold” sound alike)!
We are entering the year of the wooden horse, a clear departure from the slower energy of the previous water snake year 2013.
The Wood Horse year is a time of fast victories, unexpected adventure, and surprising romance. It is an excellent year for travel, and the more far away and off the beaten path the better. Energy is high and production is rewarded. Decisive action, not procrastination, brings victory. But you have to act fast in a Horse year. If you are not 100% secure about a decision, then don’t do it. Events move so quickly in a Horse year that you don’t want to gallop off in the wrong direction.
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