Ring in the New Year With a Good Luck Pig

The Chinese New Year 2019 or the Spring Festival (Lunar New Year) is celebrated on Tuesday, February 5 2019, according to the traditional Chinese Calendar.

In the Chinese astrology, each year is represented by an animal. 2019 is the year of the Earth Pig, which is predicted to be a lucky year.

Occupying the last position in 12 Chinese Zodiac animals, Pig is mild and a lucky animal representing carefree fun, good fortune and wealth. Personality traits of the people born under the sign of the Pig are happy, easygoing, honest, trusting, educated, sincere and brave.

We wish to extend our joy of the holiday to all of our community members, business partners and people who had been of great help to us. Let's welcome a brighter and greater new year!

Xin Nian Kuai Le (Happy New Year)!

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