Sunday, January 27, 2008

Festive season's not over...let's celebrate Spring Festival/ Lunar New Year~

Come on, don't think that we are just going to wrap up the festive talk like this, in fact the old year is not over yet, according to the lunar calendar. On February 7, 2008 Chinese, Taiwanese, overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia, Nepalese, Mongolians, Korean and Vietnamese will be celebrating the Rat Year - the beginning of another new cycle of 12 year system. For each of the Chinese year, it is assigned with an animal symbol of Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Boar. The twelve animals form a cycle that repeats itself once every 12 years. 2008 is also Year 4705 by the Lunar calendar.

Jwall crew will be celebrating this wonderful and prosperous year with all of you now busy cleaning the homes, preparing foods and buying new clothes. 祝賀各位新年進步,万事如意!

Note: Picture showing Chinese Calligraphy which reads "Fu" meaning prosperity. The character is written upside down to symbolize all good things and prosperity will fall upon you.

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