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According to Chinese zodiac*, 2013 is the Year of Snake. First, I wish you and your family have a heathy, happy and prosperous Year of Snake. May you have good fortune and every success (“da ji da li“).

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People born in the year of the snake are usually considered attractive, wise and enchanting. He or she can become an Ambassador, a Mediator or a talented musician. Such a person is a thinker who also likes to live well.

The Snake person loves books, music, clothes, fine food and wine; but with all their fondness for the finer things in life, their innate grace and elegance gives them a dislike for frivolities, small minds and foolish talk. Some Snakes may have a slow or lazy way of speaking but this does not reflect in any way their speed of deduction or action. It’s just that they like to ponder things, to assess and formulate their views properly. Generally speaking, Snakes tend to be very careful about what they say.

Snake people like communicating, particularly interesting and challenging conversations; if the conversation becomes repetitive their attention may soon wander. It is almost impossible to fix their attention for long talking about mundane everyday habits as they prefer to focus on new, interesting and evolutionary ideas in general. The Snake needs mental exercise in a conversation or relationship.

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In relationships with others, Snakes are possessive and very demanding. And yet at the same time, they view their associates with a certain distrust. They will never forgive anyone who breaks a promise. They are also prone to being neurotic, even paranoid, where pet fears and suspicions are concerned.

These people have a special talent that enables them to judge situations correctly. They are alert to new possibilities: when they have an idea of what to do and how to do it, they will pursue it persistently and energetically. The Snake is at home in any social situation, able to adapt and converse on all levels.

In Chinese astrology it is believed that they are self-confident, driven, focused and willing to listen to someone else’s opinion, but don’t necessarily take it ‘on board’. Refusing to listen to constructive advice; intelligent and headstrong. They treasure their privacy and will have many a dark secret locked up within.

The Year of the Snake: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac Lanterns and Firecrackers: A Chinese New Year Story (Festival Time!)
The Year of the Snake: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac Lanterns and Firecrackers: A Chinese New Year Story (Festival Time!)

Although it is difficult for such people to take advice, they are patient and compassionate with others when it comes to giving a helping hand, and their ability to look at a problem from a variety of angles is extremely useful. When faced with a dilemma, Snake people, as a rule, act with speed and conviction, since they believe intensely in what they are doing and rarely waste time or energy on projects lacking in good potential.

The best partners for the Snake will be the dependable Ox, the dauntless Rooster or the illustrious Dragon. Snakes can also do well with the tenacious Rat. Though the Pig, Horse and the Tiger may not be able to work.

In life, they know precisely how to use people and situations to their best advantage. There will be no holding them back as Snakes are destined for fame and fortune.

In times of confusion and trouble, the Snake person is a pillar of strength because he maintains a presence of mind. The Snake can deal with bad news and misfortune with great aplomb. They have a profound sense of responsibility and an unsinkable constancy of purpose. It will be this constancy of purpose coupled with a natural hypnotic charisma that could carry a Snake to the highest realms of power.

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* Chinese Zodiac is based on cyclic concept of time: a cycle of 12 years, repeated again and again.

The 12 Years are associated with 12 Celestial Animals: Rat (or Mouse on Mongoose), Ox (or Buffalo or Bull or Cow), Tiger, Rabbit (or Hare or Cat), Dragon, Snake (or Serpent), Horse, Goat (or Sheep or Ram), Monkey, Rooster (or Hen or Cock or Chicken or Phoenix), Dog and Pig (or Boar or Hog).

The animal names occasionally differ depending on the Oriental Country origin. The Chinese Yearly Horoscopes are basically built around these 12 Animal Signs.

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The legend of Chinese Lunar New Year
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2013: the Year of Snake
2014: the Year of Horse


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