MasterChen
7 months ago
🐇✨ The Year of the Rabbit is wrapping up on February 10! 🌸💖 It gave us cozy vibes, sparked creativity, and brought us closer. 🎨🌈 Let's hold on to the memories of kindness and easygoing times.

👋 **Adios, Year of the Rabbit:**
- 🌿 Brought us calm and cozy energies
- 🎨 Sparked our creative sides
- 🌈 Strengthened our connections
- 🌟 Focused on kindness and compassion

🔥 **Excitement for the Year of the Dragon:**
- 🌪️ Full of energy and zest
- 🌟 Brings good luck and prosperity
- 🐲 Strength, courage, and leadership
- 🚀 A time for bold moves and big achievements

#chinesezodiac
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MasterChen
8 months ago
Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is the most important festival in China and many other Asian countries. It is based on the Chinese lunisolar calendar, which follows the phases of the moon and the position of the sun. The date of Chinese New Year varies each year, but it usually falls between January 21st and February 20th in the Gregorian calendar.

In 2024, Chinese New Year will be on Saturday, February 10th. It will be the Year of the Dragon, one of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac. #chinesezodiac #chinesenewyear
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MasterChen
8 months ago
The Chinese zodiac's origin is unclear, but there are several theories and legends about how it came to be. Some say that the Jade Emperor or the Buddha invited all the animals to a banquet or a race, and the order of their arrival determined the order of the zodiac. Others say that the zodiac is related to the ancient Chinese astronomy, astrology, or calendar system that used the planet Jupiter as a reference point. The earliest evidence of the zodiac animals can be traced back to the Warring States Period , but became more popular during the Han Dynasty (202 B.C.-220 A.D.) #chinesezodiac
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MasterChen
8 months ago
The Chinese zodiac is a fascinating system of astrology that assigns an animal to each year in a 12-year cycle. The animal you are born under influences your personality, compatibility, fortune, and destiny. The Chinese zodiac is based on the lunar calendar, so the start of each year varies slightly from the Gregorian calendar. The 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac are rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. Each animal has its own strengths and weaknesses, and forms different relationships with the other animals. #chinesezodiac #chinesehoroscope
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MasterChen
8 months ago (E)
Are you ready for a year of adventure, creativity and prosperity? 2024 will be the year of the Wood Dragon, a powerful and auspicious sign in the Chinese zodiac.

The Wood Dragon is known for its charisma, courage and innovation. It brings positive energy, good luck and opportunities to those who are willing to take risks and embrace change.

The Wood Dragon year is a great time to pursue your passions, express your talents and achieve your goals.
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