Chinese New Year 2012

Today is the last day of 2011 in Chinese Lunar Calendar. While we enjoy our last day of 2011, my parents and relatives in China had already welcome their first day of 2012.

This year is the Year of Dragon. In Chinese tradition, dragon is the symbol of king or emperor. It represents the highest rank in the society. Thus, it is expected that there will be a boom of childbirth in 2012, because the young couples and their parents from both sides will look for and symbolize their future of their next generation to be associated with the notable dragon.

When we celebrate the most important holiday in Chinese culture, we normally make some promises to spend the year with certain goals. Here, I am making the announcement that I would start this blog and write regularly to record my thoughts in my everyday and professional life. I promise to be honest, insightful, and trustful. All posts on this site are my own.

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