HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR! It’s the Year of the Snake…

The date for Chinese New Year is moveable, but it’s always between January 21 and February 20 and is represented by one of twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac, with the year 2013 being represented by the Snake.

People born in the Year of the Snake are considered clever and complex individuals, who often rely on their own instincts for answers, as they are usually intelligent, intuitive and insightful. However, this can sometimes cause them to be considered egotistical or even mysterious at times.

Despite their somewhat serious demeanor, they are usually happily active in their friends’ lives, enjoying most social situations. It is said to be a good omen to have a Snake living in your house as it means your family will never starve. People born under this sign are appreciative of the finer things in life and are usually seen as stylish, refined and having excellent taste.

Depending on the year, a Snake can be a number of colors or patterns, each with their own meanings. The 2013 Snake is a Water Snake and its color is black, making those born in this year lucky in financial matters.

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