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When does the location of tai su changes


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Dear Anon,
The Chinese New Year is based on the day when there is a full moon. As the full moon lasts 15 days, Chinese New Year lasts 15 days.
Traditionally, the first day of Chinese New Year should be treated as the day, Tai su changes direction.
For the Chinese, it does not `really' matter because, usually, renovations are never carried out during the Chinese New Year.
It is not because of tradition but rather, one cannot find workers anywhere. The reason is because most of the construction companies and their staff return back to their village or in modern situations, return to their town.
So, even if one wants to do renovation work (other than if you D.I.Y), one cannot do so:)
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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On 1/15/00 2:12:13 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear cecil,
When does the location of Tai
su changes? Does it considered
changed on February 5 2000
or it changes after 12 days
i.e. on February 19, 2000.
Thanks.


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