Happy New Lunar Year!
The lunar year is celebrated in Korea, Vietnam, China, and other countries in Asia. According to the census bureau, Celebrations dedicated to this colorful day, celebrated by American Asians, can also be seen in the United States. Another interesting fact is the Chinese cyclical marking of the lunar calendar. In the Chinese lunar calendar, 12 cycles consist of 12 years, each of which is symbolized by an animal. Every animal, as mentioned, has a mystical significance that affects those born in this year as well as the forecast of the whole year in all sorts of subjects. How cool is it?
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