March 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu)

  March 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu) © By Michael Hanna 2008 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The first is the stem. The ten Heavenly Stems are the five ... continue reading

March 2007 Almanac (Tong Shu)

March 2007 Almanac (Tong Shu) © Michael Hanna 2007 "Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future" A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two ... continue reading

March 2006 Almanac (Tong Shu)

© Michael Hanna 2006 *** 'Many people suffer poor health, not because of what they eat, but what is eating them*** A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The ... continue reading

June 2012 Almanac (Tong Shu)

June 2012 Almanac (Tong Shu)  June 2012 5th Month Bing Wu (Yang fire horse) Starts from 5th June 2012 to 7th July 2012  © By Daniel Hanna 2012 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu’ ‘Tung Sing’ is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into ... continue reading

June 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu)

  June 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu) June 2010 5th Month Ren Wu (Yang Water Horse) Starts from 5 June 2010 to 6 July 2010 © By Michael Hanna 2010 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into ... continue reading

June 2009 Almanac (Tong Shu)

June 2009 Almanac (Tong Shu) June 2009 5th MONTH Geng Wu (Yang Metal Horse) Starts from 5th June 2009 to 6th July 2009 © By Michael Hanna 2009 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into ... continue reading

June 2007 Almanac (Tong Shu)

June 2007 Almanac (Tong Shu) © Michael Hanna 2007 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The first is the stem. The ten Heavenly Stems are the five elements ... continue reading

June 2006 Almanac (Tong Shu)

  June 2006 Almanac (Tong Shu) © Michael Hanna 2006 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The first is the stem. The ten Heavenly Stems are the five ... continue reading

July 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu)

July 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu) July 2010 6th Month Gui Wei (Yin Water Goat) Starts from 7 July 2010 to 6 August 2010 © By Michael Hanna 2010 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into ... continue reading

July 2007 Almanac (Tong Shu)

  July 2007 Almanac (Tong Shu) © Michael Hanna 2007 "Never look down on anybody unless you're helping them up" A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The ... continue reading

July 2006 Almanac (Tong Shu)

© Michael Hanna 2006 **** " It is nice to be important but more important to be nice" *** A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The first is the stem. The ... continue reading

January 2009 Almanac (Tong Shu)

January 2009 Almanac (Tong Shu) January 2009 12th MONTH Yi Chou (Yin Wood Ox) Starts from 6th January 2009 to 3rd February 2009 © By Michael Hanna 2009 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is ... continue reading

January 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu)

January 2006 Almanac © Michael Hanna 2006 *** "What was the best thing before sliced bread?"*** A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The first is the ... continue reading

February 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu)

February 2010 1st month Wu Yin (Yang Earth Tiger) Starts from 4 February 2010 to 4 March 2010 © By Michael Hanna 2010 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The ... continue reading

February 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu)

February 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu) © By Michael Hanna 2008 The Tong Shu Almanac is now available on software although we will still be updating the monthly almanac free of charge as we have always done for the last nine years. A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when ... continue reading

December 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu)

December 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu) December 2010 11th Month Wu Zi (Yang Earth Rat) Starts from 7 December 2010 to 5 January 2011  © By Daniel Hanna 2010 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu’ ‘Tung Sing’ is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born ... continue reading

December 2009 Almanac (Tong Shu)

  December 2009 Almanac (Tong Shu) December 2009 11th MONTH Bing Zi (Yan Fire Rat) Starts from 7th December 2009 to 5th January 2010 © By Michael Hanna 2009 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is ... continue reading

December 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu)

December 2008 Almanac (Tong Shu) December 2008 11th MONTH Jia Zi (Yang Wood Rat) Starts from 7th December 2008 to 5th January 2009 © By Michael Hanna 2008 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is ... continue reading

December 2006 Almanac (Tong Shu)

December 2006 Almanac (Tong Shu) © Michael Hanna 2006 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born into consists of two elements. The first is the stem. The ten Heavenly Stems are the five ... continue reading

August 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu)

August 2010 Almanac (Tong Shu) August 2010 7th Month Jia Shen (Yang Wood Monkey) Starts from 7 August 2010 to 6 September 2010 © By Michael Hanna 2010 A Chinese almanac (Chinese calendar) or `Tong Shu' 'Tung Sing' is based on the lunar cycle, providing a guideline that either promotes or advises against certain tasks being undertaken on certain days depending on the combination of the Heavenly Stem and the Earthly Branch. Virtually every home in Asia will have one of these and refer to it daily, it tells you when to do and not to do certain jobs or events. The year an individual is born ... continue reading
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