Whether or not you are a believer in all things astrological, here are some interesting facts about the year of the Rooster brought to you by Ray White Double Bay:
The Chinese New Year is one of the most colourful events in the global calendar, when people take to the streets in China, Australia and across the globe. Chinese New Year is a movable feast, the global celebrations are an explosion of light and sound – involving bell ringing, fireworks and watching traditional lion dances. Celebrations will start New Year’s Eve on January 28 and continue for around two weeks – ending on February 2.
Having close ties to Asia, Chinese New Year is a very relevant celebration in Australia with 2017 celebrating the Fire Rooster. The Chinese zodiac moves in a 12-year cycle and those born in 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993 and 2005 fall under the sign of the Rooster.
The year of the Fire Rooster is a period when the fiery temperament of the Rooster is expected to infuse more enthusiasm and energy into our activities, increasing hopes and better prospects for everyone. The Fire Rooster shines like a bright star in the dark sky, bringing hope and transformation to those who know how to act harmoniously around prevailing circumstances.
Looks like good news all round, it may just be the perfect time to find your dream home!