Thursday, February 07, 2008

Rattatouie.......rats just 4 you

today is the 1st day of Chinese New Year.. the year of the RAtS!

this year i dont have any feeling of excitement at all for the CNY. Mayb€ its because i have been over working and under funning. Could be the reason..! even the day before CNY i have to work till late..sigh.. what a Chinese new year. Normally it would be so exciting, but sadly it isnt this year.. Moodless!

Here are the updates for today:

Wake up...took a shower then drive to my Granny place, like every other year. Went and eat breakfast @ granny's home. After that, we went to the Grave yard to celebrate the Chinese New year with my Grandpapa @ his grave!

u know what the best part? the family beside mine was using ROkok - ciggy for their prayer for their grand parents.! ahha! so kewl!. we use the normal...not ciggy!.

later, we head over for Lunch ......@ old town coffee shop! @ Avenue 8. we were there for about 2 hours plus....having lots and lots of foooooood too..

Went home after that and search for my Kungfu Dunk collections...............and now i am @ Starbucks! the place where i find peace!. with my Caffe latte and my Laptop!

YEAH!!... peace at last!

a lil inside of the RAts year.
2008 The Year of the Rat
2008 Feb. 7

The Year Of The Rat

1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2030

People born in the Year of the Rat are noted for their charm and attraction for the opposite sex. They work hard to achieve their goals, acquire possessions, and are likely to be perfectionists. They are basically thrifty with money. Rat people are easily angered and love to gossip. Their ambitions are big, and they are usually very successful. They are most compatible with people born in the years of the Dragon, Monkey, and Ox

2008 calendar Chinese new year :2008 Feb. 7

Chinese New Year is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. The Chinese year 4705 begins on Feb. 18, 2007.

2008 Chinese date new year :2008 Feb. 7

Chinese months are reckoned by the lunar calendar, with each month beginning on the darkest day. New Year festivities traditionally start on the first day of the month and continue until the fifteenth, when the moon is brightest. In China, people may take weeks of holiday from work to prepare for and celebrate the New Year.

2008 The Year of the Rat, Chinese new year date (2008 Feb. 7)

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