Chinese Solar New Year
Today, February 4, 2014, is the first day of spring and the solar New Year according to the Chinese agricultural calendar known as the Hsia Calendar. This farmer’s calendar marks the hours, days and minutes it takes earth to complete one circle around the sun. On the first day of spring, insects and animals stir, soil is softened and the planting season begins. If the sun shines today farmers believe it is a good omen for the rest of the year.
It’s a good day for *** Business, Gatherings, Moving, Weddings, Planting, Travel, Signing Contracts, Construction, New Ventures and Grand Openings and FENG SHUI ADJUSTMENTS ***
Wishing you a brilliant trip around the sun!
Diane Gallin, CFSC