Dear Collector Friend,
GUNG HOY FAT CHOY
Today officially marks the beginning of the lunar New Year – the Year of the Fire Rooster to be exact, and a time that celebrates new beginnings and intentions.
A Chinese proverb states that all creations are reborn on lunar New Year’s day, providing hope and energy for new good things to come into your life. According to Eastern beliefs, how a year begins is a clue to how it unfolds.
First question to ask yourself: Are you a rooster? Here are some of the world’s most famous Roosters:
According to Marlyna Los from (http://fengshuiconsulting.info/) – she says to do these things before New Year’s Eve (January 27th) to maximize your new beginning:
On the Chinese New Year, Marlyna Los recommends doing the following:
It is customary for the Chinese to give two Lai See (Red Envelope with money enclosed) to each unmarried child
Sopel Studio would like to wish you all a prosperous and Happy Chinese New Year!
Art, Nature, and Beauty Always,