Happy Chinese New Year of the Water Snake

Chinese New Year is based on Lunar Calendar and is the Longest Public Holiday in whole China and most people will plan ahead for a holiday trip with family, friends, or loved ones.

Following the Dragon Year, the Year of the Snake begins on this Feb 10 (Sunday) and will last until next Jan 30 (Thursday).

Occupying the 6th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Snake symbolizes character traits as acumen, divination, as well as materialism. Contemplative and private, people born in the Year of the Snake often have a good temper, courteous with polite manners, stay calm in a crisis and aren’t easily unsettled.

Not outwardly emotional, they can appear cunning, reticent, and work very modestly in the business world. Hard workers in the meantime, they are diligent, organized, and have great follow-through on projects, acutely aware of their environments and extremely focused.

They are people fascinated with beautiful things in life and prefer living a life of calmness, quietness over noise, and a manageable workload rather than a schedule that’s overly booked.

They are intellectuals who enjoy reading, great music, delicious food, and finer things in life that they can fully indulge and pamper themselves. They love to vacation and normally get a great deal of pleasure out of just being lazy, as they are likely to be suspicious and fickle at the same time and only sleep, relaxation, and peace could help them thrive and succeed, living a healthy life without stressed.

As Water favors travel, networking, and communications, all things are possible in the Year of Water Snake. It is indeed a perfect time for us to experience more – go somewhere we’ve never been, meet new people, and embrace different culture… as long as we are on our best behavior and stay alert all the time.

So, are you ready now, for a Prosperous Year with Great Acknowledgement and Reward Ahead? 😉

Happy Year of the Snake


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