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| Twelve Zodiacs - Tiger

Posted by admin at 2005, October 9, 7:43 PM
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Tiger: A better year than the one just went by. Take care of your health. While facing money matters, remain diligent and patient, and remind yourself that it's just a matter of time.  Years:1902, 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022 Overview - This will be a stable year for you Tiger, and fortunately one that is better than last year. You will not face any large issues or problems and will make steady pogress with your career. Some problems are foreseen in love and health, but these can be easily avoided. Work - A stable year filled with progress and promotion. You will not see much more money that you are earning now, but you will gain much more respect and power. This is just a stepping stone for lies ahead. Take advantage of this time and learn. Money - You ...

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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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| Traditions and Customs

Posted by admin at 2005, October 5, 4:04 AM
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England, like every other established culture, has many traditions and customs. England is now considered very 'modern' and some people go so far as to say that the country is beyond 'traditions'. This is not correct in my opinion as the historical value of a tradition permeates society in ways that are not always obvious to begin with.

When the English think of themselves, some stereotypical traditions and customs tend to spring to mind first. Drinking Tea, eating fish and chips, being very polite and red london Buses are just some of these. Royalty, bowler hats and cricket are some others but how many people know about Guy Fawkes? How many people understand why English people lose an hour of their lives every year while they sleep? Does everyone realise the Queen of England celebrates two different Birthdays?

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| The History of Lion Dance

Posted by admin at 2005, September 21, 10:33 PM
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Lions play an important role in Chinese mythology, and represent joy and happiness. Lion dances are performed to bring luck and to get rid of the devil. This tradition can be traced back to a story that took place long ago.During the rule of the legendary "Yellow Emperor", a monster called "Nien" appeared in China, attacking the men and the animals. It was so fast and fierce that neither the fox nor the tiger could beat it. In despair, the people asked the lion for help. The lion bravely rushed towards the monster and wounded it. The "Nien" fled, but declared to come back to take revenge. A year later, the "Nien" returned. Without the lion's protection this time, the people produced a "lion" out of bamboo and cloth. Two men crawled inside and approached the "Nien". The "lion" pranced ...

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