Happy Chinese New Year; Year Of The Horse

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(Photo Credit: PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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Friday January 31, 2014 is the year of the horse in Chinese astrology and the beginning of Chinese New Year.

My co-workers and I decided to celebrate by reading all of our Chinese Zodiac Sign Meanings and with a group full of Monkeys, Oxen, Roosters and Tigers we realized they aren’t too far off.

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But it’s the Year of the Horse and if you’re born in that year you are strong minded, energetic and very sociable.

Here in Houston the Chinese Community Center hosts the Lunar New Year Festival on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. The festival is a multi-cultural Asian celebration showcasing East and West and the diversity of the City of Houston.

CLICK HERE For More Information On The Lunar New Year Festival.

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