Wishing you a Happy Chinese New Year,we are going to have our reunion dinner in awhile, so i thought i wanna come up to do a post for all that celebrate this important festival for the chinese in this planet. For others, enjoy your holiday...if you country takes Chinese New Year as a public holidy. In Singapore, we are given 2 days to celebrate this occasion.
Pix by ioldmo
Make this year a Happy and Successful One for You.
Chinese New Year means celebration and the Year of the RAT is a special one to chinese as it is the first in the Chinese Zodiac of the 12 animal signs. The RAT is respected and is often associated with admirable qualities like courage and determination. Sounds like Ratatouille yeah!
This is often seen as a year of renewal, a year in which it is good to embark on change, or a change of direction.
While the new year is an occasion for eating, sharing and gathering, what happens ater all this joy and celebration? We need to carry on and continue for the quest towards a truly happy new year.
How do we do that?
We need to come up with a roadmap for a truly good life.
We need to honest with ourself and be aware of our own procrastination and attitude. We need to set goals for the year ahead and be really commited towards making our life better.
Gong Xi Fa Cai!