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Gong Xi Fa Cai - Happy New Year!

All of us at YuLong Wushu-Tai Chi would like to wish everyone a very happy, healthy and prosperous Year of The Dragon.

The Year of the Dragon will arrive on 4th February this year, although Chinese New Year Day is on 23rd January.

According to Chinese Astrology, 2012 is the Year of the Water Dragon. The colour of water in the Five Element System is black. So we can say that this year is a Black Dragon, Water Dragon or Black Water Dragon year. This is very good for us at YuLong, as our symbol is the Fish-Dragon (YuLong).

The dragon is a legendary animal and is the symbol of the Chinese Emperors. The Chinese consider that the dragon is unpredictable and untouchable as you cannot see its head and tail at the same time. Therefore, we might see something unexpected happening in 2012. No matter what, it is going to be a transformational life-changing year. According to Chinese astrologers it is going to be a far more positive year than 2011. It’s a good year to improve oneself, take calculated risks and to build wealth, happiness and wellbeing. The year holds much promise and may see a major transition in your life. So, maybe it’s the right time to start learning Tai Chi, Wushu or Qigong!!

No matter what, just remember to make the most of the ride on the mighty Water Dragon!

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