Here’s What The Year of the Rat Holds In Store For You
By: Mars Salazar
On January 25, the world will celebrate Chinese New Year (or the Lunar New Year, as some prefer to call it). This important event takes place on the new moon that appears between January 21 and February 20, and is regarded as a time to honor ancestors, reunite with families, and make way for incoming luck.
The Chinese New Year is also associated with the 12 animal signs of the Chinese Zodiac, with each animal representing a year in a 12-year cycle. 2020 is the year of the Rat, meaning people who were born in this year are smart, charming, quick-witted, and especially lucky. But regardless of your sign, you too can make your dreams come true this lunar new year as long as you work hard and play your cards right. Read your horoscope below to see how lucky you’ll be!
The Chinese New Year is also a great visual spectacle, with plenty of picture-perfect traditions you can take part in. Take lots of photos, and display them on a Nixplay Frame so you can look back at your lunar new year memories! Take advantage of Nixplay’s Clearance Sale and get up to 25% off, only for a limited time!
Whether or not you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, remember this: At the end of the day, your fortune will depend solely on you. Don’t let the stars (or the moon) dictate your future, and make your own luck!
Marianne is Nixplay’s Web Content Editor. Her hobbies include exploring new places, playing table tennis, and cuddling puppies. Send her a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.