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Chinese New Year in 2024 is starts from 10 Feb to 24 February 2024. 

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Friday, 9th February 2024 is the Eve of Chinese New Year or Reunion Dinner Day

Businesses traditionally open on EVEN days of CNY.
For example 11th Feb = 2nd day; 13th Feb  = 4th day; 15th Feb = 6th day etc...

 

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Best days to start work
 11th February 2024  (But a Sunday)
Tuesday, 13th February 2024
Thurdsday, 15th February 2024
 Saturday, 17th February 2024 or
Monday, 19th February 2024

Geomancy.net is closed on 10 February and Opens On/From 11th February onwards.


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Chinese Horoscope and Feng Shui Yearly Forecast for 2024

Dragon - 2024 Chinese Horoscope & Feng Shui Yearly Forecast - Yearly Forecast - Feng Shui Resources - FengShui.Geomancy.Net

 

2024 FLYING STARS

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Take note the following sectors:-

    *  Career and Wealth luck is at SW

  • Sickness Star this year is at South-East
  • Misfortune/Sickness Star this year is at West
  • Disputes/Quarrel Star this year is at Center
  • Education/Romance Star this year is at North-West
     
  • Grand Duke this year is East-South-East, 120 Degree.
    - Avoid sitting facing the grand duke or disturbing him by having renovations.
  • Location in Conflict is South.
    - Avoid having renovations done opposite the location in conflict.

 

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MONTHLY FLYING STAR FORECAST

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HEALTH

#5 = Misfortune / Sickness
#2 = Sickness

IN GENERAL AVOID: BRIGHT YELLOW AT THAT SECTOR

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QUARRELS & CONFLICTS
#3 = Quarrels, conflicts and legal entanglements

IN GENERAL AVOID: GREEN. CAN USE "FIRE" E.G. TURN ON A WARM-WHITE LIGHT OR USE RED, HERE.


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Do 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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BEWARE OF THIS AGE-OLD FENG SHUI SCAM

No wonder Feng Shui suffers a bad reputation, today.

Many Feng Shui Masters are a Feng Shui Store. Their core business is not authentic Feng Shui.
But rather making big bucks by selling lots of useless commercial products in the name of Feng Shui.

Please give me a good reason not to buy such products. Here's one:

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Okay, the above was written prior to the knowledge of COV-19. Here’s to another reason, why.

Many Feng Shui Masters and their shops are FAKES!

On Saturday, 14 March 2020, a WhatsApp from a past client

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P.S. Frankly, I was just being extremely polite. Actually if one got the hint, as the British always say just throw the "bloody" thing away!


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Major Chinese Festivals

Lunar Date

Name of Festival

Description

Last day of the 12th month

Eve of Chinese New Year

Keeping brooms out of sight. To prevent what one wishes for in the new year being swept away.

Chinese family gather together to have their `reunion' dinner in the evening. All family members (including daughter-in-law) have a feast together.

1st Month, 1st Day

Chinese Lunar New Year

Chinese celebrate the 1st day of Chinese New Year

Traditionally (in the past) the picture of the two door gods are pasted on doors:-

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General Qin Shu Bao and General Yuchi Jingde of the early Tang Dynasty. Both Generals hold golden axes in their hands and held a sword, bow and arrows on their waist. Some people instead prefer to write their names on the doors instead of hanging their pictures.

Make offerings (food) and offer incense to ancestors.

Traditionally Fire crackers were let off to drive away evil and illnesses.

Chinese couples and their children would visit relatives especially their parents and elders and present them with two mandarin oranges and a `Red packet' or Ang Pow.

1st Month, 2nd Day

2nd Day of Chinese New Year

The daughter-in-law returns to her home to renew ties with her parents, brothers and sisters.

1st Month, 3rd Day

3rd Day of Chinese New Year

Faithful dog day. This day, some Chinese are superstitious and will stay at home to relax and do not visit relatives.

1st Month, 4th Day

4th Day of Chinese New Year

Only after 12.00pm, burning pictures of deities, gods and their bodyguards in the hope that they receive the invitation to visit earth.

1st Month, 5th Day

5th Day of Chinese New Year

The day to bring out rubbish to throw away.

The day to remove offerings to the deities and gods.

For businesses, offerings to the gods and hang a red cloth over the shop front.

1st Month, 8th Day

8th Day of Chinese New Year

Day of the Heavenly stars or God of Stars.

At night, place an altar outdoors and make offering to the stars.

1st Month, 9th Day

9th Day of Chinese New Year

Birthday of the Jade Emperor. The Jade Emperor was considered a supreme deity who had created Heaven and Earth.

He lived in the Jade Capital Mount and thus was known as the Jade Emperor. He is also known as Ti Kong or Heaven God.

On this day, some Chinese offer incense and pay their respects to him.

1st Month, 15th Day

Last day of Chinese New Year.

 

This is the last day of Chinese New Year.

In Northern China, originated from the reign of Emperor Wu Di of the Han Dynasty; a pair of lanterns are hung outside the home. Fire crackers were allow let off.

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Where can I buy a physical Chinese New Year card?

Nowadays less vendors selling them .. perhaps due to lower demand…

Spotted …around  Block 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza 

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Whilst nearby working on my PC.. before appointment with a client.

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*** Marketing Gimmick ***
A watch dedicated to Year of the Wood Dragon?

Yes or No?

Meet him as to the Chinese dragon is usually a male … while a phoenix represents his other half…

PORTUGIESER CHRONOGRAPH YEAR OF THE DRAGON

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On 8/17/2023 at 7:41 PM, Cecil Lee said:

THIS IS A MODERN COMMERCIAL NOVELTY
CAUGHT ON BY SEVERAL LOCAL BANKS MARKETING DEPT., TODAY! LOL! 

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Learn more...

 

Here we go again. LOL

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