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Lunar New Year - Year of the Sheep and what it means

To our friends and customers, we wish you a happy lunar new year. Since we spend much of our time with our team in China, we acknowledge (and embrace) many of the cultural norms of the Middle Kingdom like tea drinking, local cooking and important holidays.

Into the new year of the Sheep, and what it might mean for you...

2015 is the Year of the Sheep according to Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Sheep starts from Feb. 19th, 2015 (the Lunar New Year / Spring Festival) and lasts until Feb. 7, 2016. 

The Sheep is a Yin energy, a symbol of Peace, Harmonious co-existence and Tranquility. That is the primary and fundamental mood for this year. 

Year of the Sheep is all about being prepared. It is a year of small changes and for the most part of the year there will be peace and harmony. 2015 is a year to be enjoyed but be prepared for any circumstances that appear out of nowhere.

Career and love will play an important role in our lives. In 2015 it is wise to stick with one job, make it the best of circumstances and you will find satisfaction and contentment. In 2015 it might be better to focus on current relationships instead of trying to find new ones. When we strengthen current bonds it builds a foundation for long lasting relationships. 

On the family front, it will be a time to unite and instill loyalty and discipline. Angers will cool and decisions that will disrupt family harmony will be laid aside to give it time to heal. So capture the moment to mend fences and broken promises. The aura of the 2015 Sheep (Goat) year will gradually radiate its way to all. 

The Sheep is also the symbol of the Arts. It relates to passive and nurturing times. For those who trust in goodness, happiness and success will follow.

To our colleagues, customers, and partners around the globe, we acknowledge the lunar new year, and wish you all every happiness and success in the new year.

warm regards,

Jeff & Rachel and the bambu team


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