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Friday, January 13, 2017

2017 Year of the Rooster

Steve Grant of Illinois
ICCPS North America Branch Member

2017 Is The Year Of The Rooster

Chinese New Year falls in January or February, depending on the lunar calendar, 
and is a great time for fun and festivities worldwide.

 The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the lunar calendar. Each year
 is named after one of the 12 symbolic animals in sequence. 2017 is the year 
of the Rooster. In the Chinese culture, Rooster is a symbol of auspiciousness and 
good luck. Chinese people will celebrate the Lunar New Year on Saturday, 
January 28, 2017.

Darlene Kaplan of Virginia
ICCPS North America Branch Member

Rooster Years: 2017 2005 1993 1981 1969 1957 1945 1933 1921 1909 1897

Those born in Rooster years are firm, fashionable, quick minded, impatient, 
prefer make up, social and may be helped by some honorable person. 
They have broad friends and are good in speaking and convincing in debate, 
and have originality in color sensations. They speak as they think, without keeping 
any secret. They often challenge the authorities, and are stubborn, prefer 
luxurious styles, and prefer being praised and praising others at the same time. 
They are frank and active, brave and interesting, witty with many strategies, 
concentrated in mind, diligent, enthusiastic and generous. In love affairs,
 the association and care of lovers should not be neglected even busy in work.
Alejandro Anjio of Vermont
ICCPS North America Branch Member
Nona Spitzer of California
ICCPS North America Branch Member
Judith Sutton-Fagan of New York
ICCPS North America Branch Member
Alejandro Angio of Vermont
ICCPS North America Branch Member

Casey Shannon
Director of North America Branch ~ ICCPS
International Chinese Calligraphy and Ink Painting Society

国際中国書法国画家協会アメリカ支部:Ms. Casey Shannon アメリカ現代水墨画家
  Casey Shannon Studio Art.



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