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| Twelve Zodiacs - OX

Posted by admin at 2005, October 9, 7:19 PM
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Ox: This is a year of fortune for you, but there may still be a few tricky moments ahead. Be diligent, for some minor mistake will deprive you of the success that has been already around the corner. Years: 1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021 Overview - You will achieve financial success this year, Ox. Keep your eyes open for new opportunities and cease them when they arrive. Success will not drop from the sky into your lap. Rather,  you need to hunt it down and claim it as yours. The advantage you have this year is that you have all of the tools necessary to find it. You've learned to communicate and listen to your peers, and this will make all of the difference. Work - Hard work and devotion will continue to bring your advancement in the workplace, but i ...

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| Twelve Zodiacs - Rat

Posted by admin at 2005, October 5, 8:56 PM
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Rat: The Year of Snake is not a good year for a carefree rat. The live-day-by-day attitude sounds no good, so better prepare for difficult times. It could be a tough year as your personality fights with circumstances. Always be diligent, for loss might be on the cards. Years: 1900, 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020 Overview - This will be a difficult year for Rats. You may lose significant amounts of money and investments if they are managed carelessly. If you expect and demand anything this year, chances are that you will lose more than you stand to gain. It is best to be confident, clear minded and cautious. Work - You will see success at work if you stick to your course and don't ask for too much. You are the type of person that every organization needs to be a ...

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| China, the World's Capital - New York Times

Posted by admin at 2005, October 5, 8:16 PM
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By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF Published: May 22, 2005KAIFENG, ChinaAs this millennium dawns, New York City is the most important city in the world, the unofficial capital of planet Earth. But before we New Yorkers become too full of ourselves, it might be worthwhile to glance at dilapidated Kaifeng in central China.Kaifeng, an ancient city along the mud-clogged Yellow River, was by far the most important place in the world in 1000. And if you've never heard of it, that's a useful warning for Americans - as the Chinese headline above puts it, in a language of the future that many more Americans should start learning, "glory is as ephemeral as smoke and clouds."As the world's only superpower, America may look today as if global domination is an entitlement. But if you look back at the sweep of hist ...

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