Friday, February 16, 2007

Happy TET Everyone!

Vietnamese New Year is just one day away. :)

Hope this new year will bring you and your loved ones prosperity, good health, and the best of luck.

Here is a little fire pig horoscope for you. Check out more horoscope at

Jan 22, 1947 to Feb 9, 1948
Feb 18, 2007 to Feb 6, 2008

Pig people are friends for life. Their relationships are very deep, devoted, and rich beyond measure. The Pig people are noble and give and receive lots of hugs. They are gallant and extend old-fashioned chivalries towards people they meet. Pig People are quiet, studious, and thorough. On the other hand, they have a quick temper and sometimes have to pay for their rash impulsiveness. However, no one can overcome their inner strength; they have such tremendous fortitude and jump the goal post very time. The Pig will have an abundance of good fortune and an abundance of years. The Pig will know a life filled with serenity and riches.

Soup, Oolong Tea, and Candied Ginger are among keys to good health.

Bold and adventurous, the captivating Fire Pig makes a big splash in living technicolor. This Pig is a Big Time Operator who makes things happen through his clever wit and well-rounded talents. They never rest on their laurels because they have an insatiable thirst for power. They know that once they sit still, someone will pass them by. Like the ultimate agricultural expert, Fire Pigs plan, plant the seeds, cultivate, and reap a big harvest, no matter what projects they pursue. They have every right to be proud as punch at having such a successful career and financial status. They can tumble, too -- also big time, but they get right back up and try again. In the Hugs and Kisses Department, let's just say that the Fire Pigs are really quite lucky! It's true that they have to work pretty hard to get something in return, but oh my, don't they receive big dividends. Lucky in love. Lucky in life.

Famous Pig People: Chiang Kai-Shek, Lee Kuan Yew, Kim Dae Jung, Syngman Rhee, Tennessee Williams, Julie Andrews, Albert Schweitzer, Jerry John Rawlings, Prince Rainier, Georges Pompidou, Chuck Yeager, Henry Kissinger, King Fahd

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