2011 Chinese Zodiac Sign Fortune Forecast – The Rabbit!
Since this is the Year of the Rabbit, people born under the Rabbit sign will experience some undesirable impact. Poor health, career obstacles, relationship problems, and diminished income – these are some problems that the Rabbits are bound to face this year. Home life will also experience some disruption in the form of unexpected family issues and runaways. Your business may also experience some hindrances, so remember that looking ahead can be difficult, but attempting to make things right after they’d gone wrong can be just as problematic. Be cautious. Interpersonal relations will also suffer this year, with misunderstandings and reckless words causing stress between you and your family and friends.
An Introduction To Feng Shui
It is very easy to dismiss feng shui as just another one of those hokey magic tricks that capitalize on Asian mysticism, like fortune telling with tea leaves or palm-reading. After all, some avid followers of feng shui swear that they can change their fortune by re-arranging their furniture.
Micro-blogging War in China
It is already a cliché now to argue that Twitter has become one of the landmark changes brought by Internet-based communications. With more and more companies in the United States using or planning to use Twitter-oriented business communication or marketing, Twitter is more than ready to compete in the business world as an independent and competitive grown-up.
China’s Got Talent, a Talent Show or an Emotional Show
Yes, the talent shows are now in China. The Chinese version of America's Got Talent was officially introduced to China in July 2010 by Fremantle Media. Shanghai-based Dragon TV, the producer of "China’s Got Talent", has long been determined to import all the major features of the talent show to China, and to find the Chinese equivalent of Susan Boyle, who gained her fame when competing in "Britain’s Got Talent".
Wives of Homosexual Men in China – A Disadvantaged Group
Homo wives (同妻)” are wives of homosexual husbands. It is estimated that more than 80% of the approximate 20 million homosexual males in China are married or will marry females. Therefore, there are more than 16,000,000 Chinese women are now homo wives or homo wives-to-be. The “homo wives” phenomenon can hardly be found in countries besides China, as some of the homosexual people would remain single, the others would cohabit with their lover or enter a homosexual marriage.
It’s a great year ahead for people born in the year of the Rat. 2011 was a rather difficult and turbulent year for Rats, but things are about to change. Rats will have good fortune in terms of their wealth and career, and can be considered one of the more fortunate signs this …
For people born under the sign of the Tiger, 2012 can be described as a struggle between Dragon and Tiger. Although it’s supposed to be a year of increased wealth for Tigers, the presence of the “Tai Sui” is undeniable, and so Tigers need to lie low. The “Tai Sui” could cause Tigers to lose money, so take care not to invest too much in one go. Don’t be too bold, as too much aggression can cause bankruptcy.
Due to the influence of the “Stagecoach Star”, this is a great year for travelling overseas. Go outward, not inward. There will be some changes involving movement this year, such as moving homes or changing jobs. Don’t be stagnant this …
Rabbits have just gone through a difficult year as 2011’s “Tai Sui”, and now it’s another troublesome year ahead as the Rabbit sign clashes against this year’s “Tai Sui”. Because of this Rabbits should guard against unscrupulous people who may seek to sabotage and harm them be it in the wealth, career, or relationship department. Thankfully, the Rabbit will receive assistance from the “Heavenly Queen” and the “Heavenly Benefactor” stars. As long as Rabbits stay cautious and prudent, bad things can still be …
The Dragon sign is this year’s “Tai Sui”, and as such the year will be equal parts good and bad. It’s best to be patient and refrain from coming on too aggressive. Don’t make any large-scale investments this year. Maintain a positive attitude towards other people, and listen to what they have to say. This year’s “Tai Sui” position makes it easy to get into conflict. A strong competitor will appear to make career growth difficult. Married Dragons should guard against the presence of third parties. Overall, safety should be the top priority for Dragons. Thankfully, this year’s zodiac cycle means that Dragons may meet a benefactor who will help them through these difficulties, turning misfortune into good …
Snakes will find 2012 a very pleasant and fortunate year. There will be benefactors to assist them, and as long as Snakes work hard, give their wholehearted effort, then they will definitely succeed. Since the sign is compatible with this year’s “Tai Sui”, and the “Green Dragon Star’s” influence is very present, this makes 2012 very fortunate for Snakes, …