Happy Chinese New Year!

The Chinese New Year marks the first day on the Chinese Lunar Calendar, and thus falls on a different day every year typically between January 21st, and February 20th. Like many holidays the original tradition has its roots in an agricultural holiday set for farmers to enjoy festivities and downtime before the start of spring. 
The Rooster is the 10th zodiac in the 12 year cycle. If you, or someone you know was born in 1921, 1933, 29145, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, or 2005 then you/they are a Rooster! Roosters, are said to be honest, punctual, and ambitious; however, they can also be impatient, critical, and eccentric.

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No matter your Chinese Zodiac we wish you the best of luck and happiness in the coming year.

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