Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year, the Year of the Ox. chinese_new_year_deco1

According to the Chinese zodiac, people born in the Year of the Ox are patient, speak little and inspire confidence in others. Generally easy-going and conservative, they are natural born leaders. People born in the years 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, and 2009 are Ox.

If you live in or near Houston, you may want to check out the Chinese Community Center of Houston’s website to see what will be happening there this coming Saturday as they celebrate the Chinese New Year. Their site is

My family and I went last year and we had a great time – food, displays and entertainment. Afterwards we went further into China Town for some shopping and more food. We are planning to go again this Saturday.

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One Comment on “Chinese New Year”

  1. serendipity hopeful Says:

    While we are celebrating, being grateful for all they good things we have and basking in the warmth of our loved ones, let us do one more thing.

    Please pray for a lady, her 3 children, her husband and their parents. Remember to also pass the requests around to all your friends and through your blog.

    Thank you and ‘Gong Xi Fatt Cai’!.

    The Ox year is upon us may this rushing bull be in a great hurry to rush all the good health, happiness, harmony, joy and warmth into your household.


    Please know that I am praying that the Lord will heal your friend. That He will give her, and her family, His peace during this time of physical need.

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