Lunar-New-YearDid you know that the year of the Wood Horse is a time of fast victories, unexpected adventure, and surprising romance?

According to Susan Levitt, a San Francisco-based professional tarot card reader, astrologer and feng shui consultant, it is an excellent year for travel, and the further away and off the beaten path the better.

This year, energy is high and production is rewarded. Decisive action, not procrastination, brings victory.

People born in a Horse year (2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, 1930, 1918, 1906) are bright, cheerful, popular and fun loving.

To all our Chinese QNET IRs and customers, Gong Xi Fa Cai! Horses find people and crowds exciting and love parties. Horse’s childish innocence, sunny disposition, and natural charm attract many friends.

A Horse is a highly intuitive animal, so people born in a Horse year follow their hunches. Their keen judgment and natural intuition often help them make the right decisions throughout their life. Usually they don’t need to struggle in order to succeed and obtain the finer things life has to offer.

The best years for a Horse to have abundance, to marry, have a child or expect doors of opportunity to open are in Horse, Tiger, Sheep and Dog years.

Keep in mind this year that Horse energy is free spirited, wild, willful and independent. Horses have a refined instinct that acts fast and on the spot, unlike a Horse’s opposite, the Rat, who thinks and plans before acting.


The year of the Horse is a time to act fast, buy that home, launch that business, travel the world, make a big purchase, get a promotion at work and have a breakthrough – take a leap and fly.

If it’s right, then there’s nothing to think about. Just follow your instincts. Even if you miss the mark, you’ll have all of Wood Sheep year 2015 to get cozy and enjoy life’s comforts in all their artistic forms.

To know more, read the rest of Susan Levitt’s post on Horse Year 2014!

Chinese New Year is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival.

The celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year’s Eve, the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in countries and territories with significant Chinese populations, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, , Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Philippines and also in Chinatowns elsewhere.



To all our Chinese IRs and customers, Gong Xi Fa Cai! We wish you happiness, longevity and prosperity in 2014!