The year of the Pig🐽

Happy Chinese new year!

On February 5th China πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ and grand part of Asia celebrate πŸŽ‰ the new year. This year it’s represented by the Pig.

According to China’s culture and beliefs, this is a good thing. Although the Pig is known for being lazy, only eats and sleeps; the year that it represents is associated with his friendly, healthy and peaceful personality.

Another reason to be happy about this year is that as most pigs fulfilled destiny is to satisfy the palate and the stomach, and you know that says: “Full belly, happy heart.” So, it is then, that the meaning of the Pig year is also abundance and prosperity. I can see that. I mean if you are not a vegetarian; Can you find a more beautiful table that a banquet where the centerpiece is roasted pork πŸ–?

Let’s wish that not only Chinese and Asians, but everybody in the world, including vegetarians, have a friendly, healthy, peaceful and full of abundance Pig yearπŸ–.

This cute ceramic Chinese pig, drinking Korean Soju (μ†Œμ£Ό in Korean; η‡’ι…’ in Chinese) a Korean popular, clear alcohol, is found at amazing Asian Infusion Restaurant,
in Metrowest, Orlando, FL.
Ah, You are welcome. πŸ˜‰