“Rabbits of Good Luck: Welcoming the Chinese New Year”
Rabbits, rabbits, hopping near and far,
2023 is their year, the lunar calendar.
Gentle, kind, and sensitive too,
Great listeners, always offering advice to you.
Symbols of good luck and fortune divine,
In love and finance, they always shine.
Hardworking and ambitious, success is their fate,
In their careers, they always elevate.
Chinese New Year, the Spring Festival,
Families gather, gifts are given and delicious food is digested.
Lion and dragon dances, fireworks, lanterns bright,
Traditional customs, a beautiful sight.
Cities and towns, adorned with red and gold,
Lanterns, banners, stories to be told.
New clothes, children with red envelopes,
Happiness and prosperity, in everyone envelopes.
Fireworks, parades, modern celebrations too,
Businesses and organizations, joining in the queue.
Let us embrace the spirit of the season,
Being kind, gentle and sensitive, is the reason.
In a nutshell, let’s all be kind,
The Year of the Rabbit, let’s welcome with a smile and a bind,
Lucky in love and finance, success in our fate,
Let’s all embrace the spirit, it’s never too late.
Good luck, good fortune and prosperity to all,
Let’s make this year, the best of them all.
So, let’s hop into the new year with cheer,
Happy Chinese New Year, to all far and near.
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The year 2023 marks the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese lunar calendar. According to Chinese astrology, those born in the Year of the Rabbit are said to be gentle, kind, and sensitive. They are also known for being great listeners and are often sought out for advice.
The Rabbit is the fourth animal in the Chinese zodiac, and is considered to be a symbol of good luck and good fortune. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are believed to be lucky in love and finance. They are also said to be hardworking and ambitious, and are often successful in their careers.
The Chinese Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the most important traditional holiday in China. It is a time for families to come together, exchange gifts, and enjoy delicious food. Many people also take part in traditional customs and activities, such as lion and dragon dances, fireworks, and lantern festivals.
In China and other countries with large Chinese populations, the Lunar New Year is a time for big celebrations and festivals. Cities and towns will be adorned with colorful decorations and traditional symbols, such as red lanterns and banners with auspicious sayings. Many people will dress in new clothes, and children will receive red envelopes filled with money from their elders.
In addition to the traditional customs, modern celebrations of the Lunar New Year have also evolved to include fireworks, parades, and other festivities. Many businesses and organizations also take part in the celebrations, with special promotions and events.
As we welcome the Year of the Rabbit, let us embrace the spirit of the season by being kind, gentle, and sensitive to those around us. May the coming year bring good luck, good fortune, and prosperity to all.