Tuesday, January 31, 2006

The Year of the Dog

A successful year with all the best!

Some time this year, buy some lotuses, real or artificial.

Eat lots of Pork

Buy lots of gold

Save heaps of money in 'doggy banks'

Buy lots of fake money and fake gold and burn it for luck

I hope it's a year full of hot love and chilled beers

But make sure you still have enough money put in the Doggy bank

Don't forget to buy fruit and gold for your altar at home

A big gold coin will bring you luck

Or put money in these vases and put them under your bed.

14 comments:

black feline said...

The real doggie is so cute!!...hope u had a great time with your loved ones this new year!

Winn said...

the first pix's so cute!

may you have a happy chinese new yr there at vietnam...m sure it's alllll GOOOD!!!

Gia-Gina said...

Great Photos of all the happenings during New Year in Vietnam. I loved them.

slurp! said...

very cute doggie :)
btw, do you all have the traditional of not using anything sharp during the 1st day of New Year?

Ann Spam said...

Bow wow!

Wishing you a good Year of the Dog!

lillian said...

great pictures..

MTG said...

Have a happy and most prosperous new year!!!~

Aarya said...

Really colourful photos .. and a very cute dog

JLB said...

Thanks for the tips!

ping said...

hi and happy new year!

been reading through your blog and it has been most insightful and informative.

ps: your dog is cute :)

Godknows said...

Happy new year everyone!

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This Chinese New Year begins on the 29th January 2006. It is the year 4703 – Year of the Dog, the 11th in the Chinese zodiac cycle. More precisely, the element which is prominent this year is Fire, and as such it is the Year of the Fire Dog or Red Dog.

Dogs are traditionally loyal, caring, and strive for justice. This year, we can expect that there will be a focus on creating peace and stamping out injustice. There is likely to be a lot of political debate, and many will speak out on their views of war and environmental issues.

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