Posted by Grace Feng on February 10, 2013
虫 chóng (bug) + 它 tā (it) = 蛇 shé (snake)
According to usbridalguide.com, if you’re a Snake, which means if you were born in year 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989 or 2001, then the following might describe some of your characteristics. See if there’s truth in it? :-)
“Ancient Chinese wisdom says a Snake in the house is a good omen because it means your family will not starve. This could be taken metaphorically to mean that a Snake could never have a problem with his family starving because he is such a great mediator, making him good at business. Or it could mean that a Snake would be willing to sacrifice his possessions, something the Snake has a lot of, in order to pay for his family’s food. Any way it is interpreted is representative of the Snake’s character and is a measure of the value he puts on his material wealth. The Snake is keen and cunning, quite intelligent and wise.”
In the New Snake Year, 愿你心境祥和、充满爱意，愿你的世界全是美满，愿你一切称心如意，快乐无比 yuàn nǐ xīnjìng xiánghé、 chōngmǎn àiyì， yuàn nǐ de shìjiè quán shì měimǎn， yuàn nǐ yīqiè chènxīnrúyì， kuàilè wúbǐ!
May peace and love fill your heart， beauty fill your world， and contentment and joy fill your days!
Readers living in China, please watch this:
Category: Chinese songs
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