- Chinese New Year 2018: Year of the Dog and why to avoid . . .
Chinese New Year is here - and, with it, comes a host of superstitions that will apparently dictate how the next twelve months will play out for each of us Cleaning clothes, using scissors and
- Feng Shui in 2018, Year Of the Dog - Chinese New Year 2018
2018 year of the Yang Earth Dog Wu Xu energies are controlled by the earth element in its Yang form It can be a very eventful year with many changes all over the world especially with national security and many changes in the Middle East and Asia
- Chinese Horoscope 2018 - Year of the Dog (100% Accurate)
Chinese New Year of the Dog 2018 begins on Friday, the 16th of February and ends on 2019 Lunar New Year‘s Eve on Feb 4 The Dog occupies the eleventh position in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac You are a “Dog chinese zodiac animal” if you are born in one of these years: 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018
- Chinese Horoscope 2018: Year Of The Earth Dog Predictions
Read Chinese horoscope for 2018 that predicts about year of the brown earth dog for all animal signs Chinese New Year is starting on February 16, 2018 and is ending on February 4, 2019
- Chinese New Year Tradition
On Chinese New Year's Eve, people clean their homes with the belief that it will help them get rid of bad luck and get the house ready to accept good luck in the year ahead
- Chinese Zodiac – Chinese New Year 2019
Y ou probably know there are 12 Chinese zodiac animals used to represent years, 2019 is the year of the Pig Zodiac signs play an integral part in Chinese culture, and can be used to determine your fortune for the year, marriage compatability, career fit, best times to have a baby, and so much more
- Chinese Astrology 2018: Year of the Dog Predictions for . . .
In Chinese astrology, 2018 is the Year of the Dog With a little help from her Ma, FLARE columnist Elaine Lui tells you what’s in store
- Year of the Horse: Fortune and Personality – Chinese . . .
T he Horse is the seventh of all zodiac animals According to one myth, the Jade Emperor said the order would be decided by the order in which they arrived to his party Horse had to pass a cemetery on his way, but he was too scared