All you need to know about Chinese New Year 2009
and so much more…
© By Michael Hanna 2009
On the links below you will find so much information on all you need to know about Chinese New Year 2009:
- How to make an Ang Pow red envelope and what is it used for?
- All about the Kitchen God.
- Why it is auspicious to receive a pair of slippers as a present but not a pair of shoes?
- The difference between solar and lunar calendars and which one do you use in Feng Shui?
- Why is it bad to give a clock as a present?
- What does 2009 Annual cures kit have in store for the world economy from a Feng Shui point of view?
- Which foods are considered lucky?
- Should you wear black or white on New Years day?
- How to protect yourself with Chinese New Year Couplets are traditional protection talismans?
- Why spend so much time cleaning your home before Chinese New Year
- How to conduct business in China
and so much more…
Chinese New Year 2009. Everything you will ever need to know Added January 2009
Chinese New Year 2009 (according to the lunar calendar) starts on the second New Moon (26th January 2009). Many people get confused and we receive hundreds of emails each year asking which New Year should be celebrated and also how the Chinese would celebrate the New Year. More…
World time converter for Chinese New Year 2009. Added January 2009
Find out what day and time Chinese New Year 2009 starts in your country. With the world time converter you can be absolutely sure of getting it right More…
Avoid the wrath of Tai Sui, Grand Duke in 2009. Added January 2009
As we move towards the winter months and 2009, we are faced with a host of tasks and chores to accomplish both in the maintenance of the house and garden. With this in mind you need to know how to avoid the wrath of Tai Sui (Grand Duke), Sui Po the Three Killings and More…
Red envelopes (Ang Pow, laisee, lai see, hung bao) all you need to know. Added January 2009
All you need to know about red envelopes (aka – Ang Pow, laisee, lai see, red packets, hung bao or Hung-Bao) and how to make your own. A superb article on this popular topic, you can even print your own Ang Pow and a lovely educational project for children. More…
2009 Annual Flying Star analysis Added January 2009
On February 4th 2009 we enter a new Chinese solar year (year 4706th in the Chinese calendar), the year of the Yin Earth Ox Ji Chou. If you want to avoid wealth problems, continued sickness, problems with the mouth, sore throats, skin rashes, etc, bankruptcy, legal problems, gossip, and relationship problems More…
2009 Chinese Animal predictions Added January 2009
What does 2009 Yin Earth Ox Ji Chou year have in store for us? I am sure there will be many Pigs that are glad 2008 is drawing to a close, although I know for a fact that so many Pigs have benefited from the 2008 annual and monthly advice we gave and also using our annual cures kit More…
2009 Cures & Enhancers kits Added January 2009
This really is our best ever annual cures kit offering even greater discounts and now featuring our new Feng Shui software. Every year we put together a valuable kit that everyone should have to protect themselves from negative energy and enhance positive energy for an outstanding 2009. If you want to avoid More…
Protect yourself in 2009, Chinese Talismans, couplets & Kitchen God 2009. Added January 2009
Chinese New Year Couplets are traditional protection talismans that are used for their auspicious nature and protection against evil forces. Another enlightening article by Michael Hanna and as with the red envelope web page above you can make your own for 2009. More…
Chinese culture, etiquette and Protocol. Added January 2009
Everything you need to know about Chinese culture, etiquette, protocol, visiting, doing business and communicating in or with China. I was born in Hong Kong and I know that there are many protocols, values and traditions that the Chinese hold close and since I still travel a lot in Asia on Feng Shui consultations and teaching. More…
Are you really prepared for 2009?
© Michael Hanna – Feng Shui Store 2009
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