The Chinese New Year starts on January 31st, 2014. The animal associated with this is the horse, which is not only a symbol of travelling, but also a sign of speedy success. Those born in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002 and 2014 carry this sign.
Researching the internet shows that those born under the sign of the horse like to compete and have a passion for freedom and leadership. Indeed, the Chinese don’t let horses do farm work, this is left to the ox. The Chinese have higher expectations of horses, believing they are better use to man to help win battles.
In the further level of the Chinese’ Five Element theory, horse is in the Fire group and 2014 is year of the Wooden Horse. Wood can help Fire to burn. When Horse people meets those borne under the signs of Tiger and Dog, then they will form an even stronger Fire. Though beware, too much Fire implies temper and lack of patience.
Why not celebrate at one of Malta’s best Chinese restaurants? The Rickshaw , which offers excellent cuisine from all over Asia so all tastes can be met.