Chinese Zodiac

Chinese traditional New Year will start from the February 8th 2016. It is known that China New Year is named with twelve kinds of animals, or we can also call it Chinese Zodiac. This year the animal is Monkey. All twelve Chinese Zodiac represents twelve kinds of human characters, while the Monkey emblems to be flexible thinking and dealing with affairs.

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GN Spring Festival

Spring Festival is the most important festival to all Chinese people, just like the Christmas in West and Hari raya for Islam. Chinese Spring Festival means reunion, so all persons working outside will go back home to see their parents, even the grandparents. All the brothers and sisters will stay together to enjoy the happiness and share their achievement in past year. Spring Festival means Reunion, Spring Festival means going home. Spring Festival means a new beginning.
GN’s employee comes from all corners of the country. Some or our guys will spend over 30 hours on the train home. In order to give everyone sufficient time to get together with their families, GN’s holiday started from February 3rd. February 15th is the first day for work in New Year. So, if you have any request, please make calls to our sales guys’ cell phone number. If you are GN’s old customer, you may have the cell phone number of right person. If you are a new customer, please call to our USA office at 713-878-0880.
In regards to the Monkey, China has a very classic TV series called Journey to the West telling a story of master and disciple total 4 persons who overcome thousands of difficulties finally arrive at the Ancient India to get Buddhist scriptures back to Tang Dynasty. During this story, the eldest disciple is a monkey who ever created a tremendous uproar in the heavenly palace and later converted to Buddhism to assist his master to get the scriptures. It is a very famous God evil spirit novel in China. Any interest on China history and Chinese myth, you can search and peruse it.
GN would like to share the happiness with all of friends coming from every corner of the world. I would like to used a very popular saying in Spring Festival as the end of this article – 恭喜发财!(May you be happy and prosperous!)