Kung Hei Fat Choi barks the Dog

As we sing cock-a-doodle farewell to 2017 we spring into the new Chinese zodiac with a bark and a bite. 2018 has already begun with a real sense of op…

Year of the Dog

As we sing cock-a-doodle farewell to 2017 we spring into the new Chinese zodiac with a bark and a bite.

2018 has already begun with a real sense of optimism and we are chasing our tails in anticipation of what the Year of the Dog may bestow upon us.

Want to see what our office dog is up to? Click the image below and enjoy this playful festive animation.

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 the 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.

With the coming of the 2018 Chinese New Year and the celebrations of the Year of the Dog, the whims and eccentricities of Year of the Rooster are long forgotten. Indeed, Dog Years are not conducive to waste and unnecessary expenses. In 2018, success, in love as in work, depends primarily on the quality of the communication between people, and learning that being selfless and generous can bring the promise of a more generous harvest in return.

 

Once again we send unconditional thanks to www.carbon.tv for producing another world-class animation for you all to enjoy!

 

 

 

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