One of the great things about being a Chinese in the “modern era” is that in this international age where we all seem to start celebrating the new years starting as early as Thanksgivings … then “Christmas,” then the (solar) “New Year,” we always find ourselves crescendoing to celebrate the lunar New Year. It is no different this year.
So – Happy New Year Everyone and Welcome to the Year of the Horse!
Horses traditionally are known to be hardworking and independent. They are very intelligent and ambitious. They do not quit and always strive to succeed. They are strong but also kind and gentle.
May your new year be prosperous, healthy, and meaningful. Cheers!