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Good day to start work on Chinese New Year (CNY) 2020? When you open? What is 2020's Rat Year Forecast like?

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When should I start work or open for business on Chinese New Year 2020?

Go for:-

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26th January = 2nd Lunar Day
28th January = 4th Lunar Day ++
30th January = 6th Lunar Day
1st Februrary = 8th Lunar Day

++ Note: Some Chinese especially the Cantonese dialect group may simply skip any number with a 4 in it.

If a company can afford to close longer. Many would opt for 6th Lunar or 8th Lunar Day!

Most businesses usually with at least 10 or more staff usually go for dates that are based on above easy to understand and apply type of Chinese traditions passed down from generations.

But if one is a sole proprietor or own boss... then alternatively may want personalised auspicious dates for either themselves or for two persons:-

Feel free to use this free auspicious dates for the next 30 days:-

http://dates.geomancy.net

or simply type:

dates.geomancy.net

92A85BCF-E0FD-4C2B-9097-920BF63A9C08.jpegMore importantly personalised dates are more relevant for these events, than start of work during Chinese New Year.

More...

1114878067_2020YEAROFTHERAT.png.41116f7fc2e0fc81d1b5f3449fb41340.png1. The first day of Chinese New Year CNY is on 25 January 2020.

2. To support our International & local Geomancy.net will open from 26 January 2020 onwards. (Especially many International clients have no notion of what CNY is all about. LOL)

2.1. We will be closed at GMT +8 1200Hrs on the eve of Chinese New Year = 24th January 2020 and process on-line transactions from 26th January 2020 onwards.


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1483212796_doublehappiness2.png.de01938fb17990a59c8a9d8a23071368.pngDo you know why we open for business during Chinese New Year only on even lunar days?

1. For example, we always start work or open for business on 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th or 12th lunar new year?

2. One way of looking at it is the concept of double happiness or "a pair" vs ONE (1) = odd. (Not exactly odd-ball.. but considered as unbalanced).

3. Another way of looking at it is that Chinese burial or nowadays funerals (cremation) are always on an odd day.

3.1. Thus if the deceased died on yesterday (a Monday).

3.2. The funeral is suppose to be on the following Wednesday, Friday, Sunday or Monday, Wednesday and continues to be on Friday or Sunday again.

3.3. Odd days represents Yang. Thus the Yin (dead) is suppose to be buried on their "Yang" day. A belief in the balance of Yin and Yang concept.


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1133607225_01saynotofengshuicommercialproducts.thumb.png.9e01f9998a188e5b41c06b11412ba801.png1043289771_angelandthedevilANDFENGSHUIEMPORIUM.png.b683ba76ad002e89a23bc158dc7ef4c3.pngMany Feng Shui Masters are actually a Commerical Feng Shui Products Store.

Understand that they are more interested in selling commercial products than providing authentic Feng Shui advice... LOL

Ask: "Must I buy from YOU?"


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http://www.lovesigns.net

Chinese New Year 2021 is on:
1st Day = Friday, 12 February
2nd Day = Saturday, 13 February
 

Chinese New Year 2022 is on:
1st Day = Tuesday, 1 February
2nd Day = Wednesday, 2 February
 

Chinese New Year 2023 is on:
1st Day = Wednesday, 22 January
2nd Day = Thursday, 23 January
 

Tiger babies were often disowned in the past:-https://www.lovesigns.net/content/chinese-horoscope/introduction-chinese-horoscope

What is the forecast for today?
https://daily.geomancy.net/

 

 


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1. Li Chun (立春) falls on Tuesday 4 February 2020.

2. This is the first Chinese Festival of the solar year.

2.1. Related to a predominantly agricultural Chinese society in the past!
 
2.2. Used very much as a guide to planting and harvesting of a crop.
 
3. When is the best time to deposit money on Li Chun?
 
3.1. A gimmick thought up by a Singapore Feng Shui Master. Later followed in Malaysia. 

3.2. Main stream reporter(s) picked up on this. And actually, had fuelled this craze!

3.3. No other countries practise this at all.

 


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Have you heard?

Submitting resignation must also choose a date?

No kidding!

This was asked of me in the year 2011 or around 9 years ago...

 


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35024DBE-550A-4F2E-9EEC-806D057F15B7.jpeg1. This photo was taken at Downtown East, Pasir Ris on 12 January 2020.

2. I found it to be meaningful and nice.

3. Thus decided to use this backdrop for Geomancy.net's 2020 Year of the Rat Greetings:-

image.thumb.png.8bc2697117d43047ec55567adfce0f90.png4. Last year 2019 was the Year of the Pig.

4.1. When I was at Takashimaya Ngee Ann City, got this inspiration of designer Pigs:-

5. I hope for 2021, I will get another inspiration of capturing another photo.. this time of an OX or Oxes... crossing my fingers...


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Lunar 1st month 15th day is the last day of Chinese New Year

In Hokkien is called Chap Goh Meg.

 


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Related: The significance of exchanging a pair of Mandarin oranges.

This resource is more for the youngsters and or non-Chinese who wants to understand this unique Chinese practise.

 


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Today, physical Chinese New Year greetings sent through the postal service are less popular. Nevertheless, still sold a certain placed.

I remembered not too long along, have to purchase and make an effort to pen and post these greeting cards.

Most of the time these paper greeting cards were traditional and almost the same designs.

Nowadays, Glad to receive lots of customised colourful and meaningful greeting cards.

Thus this year, decided to archive some of these cards that were sent to me by friends and mostly customers past and present.

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These are the bulk of  Chinese New Year 2020 has many Year of the Rat themes...received this year...

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There are still sales of physical cards...

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Common for the sale of similar baskets to hold the two oranges:

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Question: In 2020 which is the year of Metal Rat, the Tai Sui direction will be north and direction damaging Tai Sui will be south.

North avoid green
South avoid bright yellow


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Related: Chinese New Year lasts 15 days. What is the significance of each of the 15 days?

 


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Today 30 January 2020 is still considered Chinese New Year (CNY)

Although it would be great to have extended stretches of prolonged CNY.

Unfortunately not this kind of CNY celebrations where employees no need to go back to the office.

Don’t get me wrong!

The Google employees still need to work.. work from home for the next two weeks...

 

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