Happy Year of the Tiger!

Happy Year of the Tiger, blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, Year of the Tiger
Artist: Hiroki Takeda, via Spoon and Tamago

Happy Year of the Tiger! Tiger years happen to be my favourite in the cycle (mostly because I was born in one). The zodiac tiger is a symbol of strength, “exorcising evils,” and bravery, and this Year of the Tiger is supposed to be a prosperous, uplifting, and hopeful one. If you were born during a Year of the Tiger, wear red this year for good luck.

Happy Year of the Tiger, blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, Year of the Tiger, Maneki tiger gif, maneki cat gif
Gif by Bento Graphics, via Spoon and Tamago

And just in case anyone needs to hear this:

Happy Year of the Tiger, blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, Year of the Tiger. Friendly reminder that I hereby formally invite everyone to celebrate lunar new year.

Wishing you all a happy and prosperous Year of the Tiger!

Gong hay fat choy!

Aspasía S. Bissas

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6 Replies to “Happy Year of the Tiger!”

  1. Happy Lunar New Year Aspasía! It is the Year of the Water Tiger, my sign, and the first one since my birth. I don’t know what will happen this year, good or bad, but whatever it is I am going to push through. How are you doing?

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    1. Hello, my fellow Tiger! 🙂 I hope the year will be good to you (wear a bit of red for good luck, if you can). I’m doing all right, although I hope this year will be better. Who said the only way out is through? They got it right. Keep pushing through and Happy Lunar New Year ♥

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      1. Ah, a fellow Tiger! 😊 Thank you for the reminder. I’ve put on my red and black bracelet and a ring with a garnet — both a bit Gothic. I’m afraid my only red dress is in the laundry… perhaps I’ll do a quick load before supper.

        It was Winston Churchill said, “If you are going through hell, keep going.” It was Robert Frost who said, “The best way out is through.” Wishing you short journey out.

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