Western New Year which always starts on Jan. 1, the Chinese New Year is dictated by the lunar cycle, usually falling between Jan. 20 and Feb. 21. It’s a major holiday celebrated in China, as well as many neighboring countries and around the world.This year, the Chinese New Year begins today, which initiates the Year of the Pig. Those born in a Year of a Pig “have a beautiful personality and are blessed with good fortune in life.” Pigs are likely to find 2019 to be a “transitional year” that contains tricky situations that are best overcome by sticking them out. I know many won't be shocked to learn, Im a rooster, or as MM#1 Fan says, Cock! Figures right? The one thing I like about my company, we celebrate many cultures, and they let us create our own displays for things like this... and this year we did another creation at our store for Year of the Pig.
If you or someone you know is a pig did you know some of their traits?Philanthropic, compassionate, generous, and never betray or cheat friends out of personal interest. Widely popular, take good care of friends. Frank, kind-hearted, resolute, having a strong sense of justice, open and aboveboard, and not bother about small matters in addition to optimistic, contented, and don't like to compete with others. Some of the weaknesses are said to be they are naïve, gullible, short-tempered, and sluggish.Pig is one of the most likable signs out there. Pigs are honest, forgiving, good-tempered, cheerful, generous, and compassionate. They are responsible and determined and when they set a goal in life, they will devote all their energy to achieve it. They will never refuse to give those in need a helping hand, but they rarely seek help from others.
Does this mean we can all gorge on bacon this year???