Celebrate 2017 & the Year of the Rooster
Chinese New Year, also called the Chinese Spring Festival holds the most significant position amongst all Chinese festivals and holidays, a chance to celebrate the year gone by and welcome the upcoming year. This wondrous celebration is honoured with parades, feasts and performances and spent with those nearest and dearest to you. In 2017, the first day of the Chinese New Year is on Saturday the 28th of January, initiating the Year of the Rooster.
Were you born in the Year of the Rooster? Are you hardworking, confident and popular, open, honest and loyal? If so, then 2017 is your year. As usual you will be happiest in social environments, surrounded by plenty of people so use this year to shine!
Furthermore, 2017 Is a Fire Rooster Year. So what exactly does this mean for you Roosters? According to Chinese theory, each zodiac year is associated with one of five elements: Gold, Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth, meaning that a Fire Rooster only comes along once in every 60 years. Want to find out more? Check out http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/chinese-zodiac/rooster.htm
How do you know which zodiac sign you are? Each year is related to an animal sign according to a 12-year cycle. The Rooster is tenth in the Chinese zodiac. Years of the Rooster include 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, and 2029.
For all you Roosters out there, Pica LéLa have a special treat this year, a beautiful rooster design necklace featuring a floral design of clear crystals and a golden egg charm symbolizing fortune and good luck. Wear this symbolic piece or offer as a meaningful gift for your close Rooster friends and loved ones.
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