Chinese New Year 2017 marks the Year of the Rooster, which began on January 28th and will continue until February 15th.
According to Chinese astrology, those born in the Year of the Rooster are characterized as honest, energetic, intelligent, flexible and confident. But, this year is not supposed to be lucky for you, so if you are a Rooster, it is probably best to keep your head down.
Chinese New Year begins on February 8, 2016 and ushers in the year of the Monkey.
According to Chinese astrology, the Monkey contains Metal and Water. Metal is linked to gold and wind, and water to wisdom and danger.
The prediction for the Year of the Monkey is quickly changing financial events.
The advice…think carefully about changes to your finances, career and relationships
This year’s celebration of Chinese New Year began on January 31st and ushers in the Year of the Horse. Those born in the year of the horse are said to be energetic, independent, impatient and love to travel. To learn under what Chinese zodiac you were born and your horoscope for the coming year, click here.
Happy New Year!!!