Chinese New Year Begins Sunday With The Year Of The Snake
Happy New Year a couple of days early. Sunday begins the Chinese New Year. Yes, it’s time to bid goodbye to the Year of the Dragon and say hello to the Year of the Snake. What does this mean for you? Are you snake?
In the Chinese zodiac, the signs are rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, pig and dog.
How do you know if you were born in the Year of the Snake? These are some of the years of the snake: 1941, 1954, 1965, 1977, 1990, 2002. The start of the new year varies. For instance, in 1965, the Chinese New Year began on 2/2 and ended on 1/20/66. in 1953, it began on 2/14 and ended on 2/2/54. For more dates, visit TravelChinaGuide.com. Snakes have great wisdom, are intense, passionate, care deeply for others, determined and often are financially secure. On the flip side, they can be headstrong, suspicious, jealous and have a tendency to overdo things. However, even if you aren’t a snake, here’s what the new year will mean for you, no matter what your Chinese zodiac sign. This list is courtesy of divinecaroline.
Romance: The year of the snake is a good one for romance. Get rid of that relationship that isn’t working and find one that will.
Good friends. Now more than ever, friendships are important. Make new friends and nurture the friendships you already have. This will help your career, your wealth and your happiness.
Career. It’s a good year for career and business opportunities. Go after what you want and make it happen during the Year of the Snake.