Year Of The Horse

On January 31, 2014, over a billion people will celebrate the Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, in China. This is one of the longest festivals in China, and many will celebrate it from the New Year’s Eve until the 15th of the month. Since red signifies “good luck” in Chinese, my wife created a bright table setting design to commemorate the year in style.

HORSE IN CHINA

In Chinese astrology, Horse year is considered a fortunate year that brings luck and good things. Magical Horse has supernatural powers, is heroic, strong, and can even fly! A white celestial cloud Horse is sacred to the Chinese Goddess Kwan Yin. Her white Horse flies through the heavens, bringing peace and blessings. Horse is a hero in China because important battles were won due to the power and strength of the Horse.

By Susan Levitt, Asian astrology, and a feng shui consultant. Read more on Susan … http://susanlevitt.com/astrology/horse-year-2014/

 

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Table Setting Design by Lina Ng

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Thank you so much. They are very beautiful table settings. Lovely to see the imagination that has gone into them.

    • Jimmy

      You’re welcome Treska. Thank you for stopping by.

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