Happy Chinese New Year! (2013)

Posted in Astrology/Zodiac on February 10, 2013 by esmay013


  • Lucky Colors: red, pale yellow, black
  • Lucky Numbers: 2, 8, 9
  • Lucky Flowers: orchid, cactus

“The snake ranks sixth of all the animals in the Chinese zodiac. People born in the Year of the Snake are the most intuitive, even while remaining the most private and reticent. Snake people represent the symbol of wisdom. They are intelligent and wise. Snake people are usually regarded as great thinkers.

Snakes are materialistic and love keeping up with the Joneses. They love to posses the best of everything, but they have no patience for shopping. Snake people prefer to work alone, therefore they are easily stressed; if they seem unusually stressed, it is best to allow them their own space and time to return to normal.”

from China High Lights‘ “Snake -Chinese Zodiac Animal”


“Water Snakes are influential and insightful. They manage others well and tend to be good for organizations to utilize as staff. They are quite motivated and intellectual, very determined and resolute about success. They will have what they desire, despite the conclusion or outcome they generate because it is worth it to them to not only be recognized for their efforts, but to be rewarded as well. They are affectionate with their families and friends but do not show this side of their personality to colleagues or business partners.” from US Bridal Guide


Chinese New Year 2013

Posted in Astrology/Zodiac on February 10, 2013 by esmay013

Year of the Water Snake!

Happy Birthday, Capricorn!

Posted in Astrology/Zodiac on December 28, 2012 by esmay013



December 23-January 20

Happy Birthday, Cancer!

Posted in Astrology/Zodiac on June 21, 2012 by esmay013

Cancer from Fairy Tale


21 June – 22 July

Happy Birthday, Gemini!

Posted in Astrology/Zodiac on May 20, 2012 by esmay013

Gemini from Fairy Tale


21 May – 20 June

Happy Birthday, Taurus!

Posted in Astrology/Zodiac on April 25, 2012 by esmay013

Taurus from Fairy Tale


20 April – 20 May

Black Day

Posted in Holidays on April 14, 2012 by esmay013

In South Korea, singles celebrate Black Day on April 14th by eating “jajangmyeon–the Korean interpretation of a Chinese recipe for noodles coated with a chunky dark sauce of pork, onions, black beans, sugar and MSG.”  This is to make up for those who were forgotten on Valentine’s Day and White Day.  Groups of singles celebrate together while wearing and accessorizing in all black.

Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop

Dinner for One

Reuter’s “South Korea’s Black Day for Love” by Jon Herskovitz (4/14/2008)

Official Site of Korean “Fun & Romantic Holidays in Korea” by Korean Tourism Organization