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Por qué Ahora deseo Gong Xi Fa Cai en vez de Feliz Año?

Por qué Ahora deseo Gong Xi Fa Cai en vez de Feliz Año?

Ronny Chieng, corresponsal de The Daily Show, en su especial para Netflix de diciembre de 2019, hace referencia a la frase Gong Xi Fa Cai, que es empleada en la comunidad China para desear Feliz Año, pero en Cantonés no significa Feliz Año, sino más bien: ¡Deseo que seas Millonari@!
Desde ese momento cambié mi mensaje de Fin de Año a: Gong Xi Fa Cai.
Estamos claros que el dinero no es la fuente…


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Por qué Ahora deseo Gong Xi Fa Cai en vez de Feliz Año?

Por qué Ahora deseo Gong Xi Fa Cai en vez de Feliz Año?

Ronny Chieng, corresponsal de The Daily Show, en su especial para Netflix de diciembre de 2019, hace referencia a la frase Gong Xi Fa Cai, que es empleada en la comunidad China para desear Feliz Año, pero en Cantonés no significa Feliz Año, sino más bien: ¡Deseo que seas Millonari@!
Desde ese momento cambié mi mensaje de Fin de Año a: Gong Xi Fa Cai.
Estamos claros que el dinero no es la fuente…


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The story goes that the Jade Emperor held a race for the 12 Asian zodiac animals and the rat tricked the Ox into taking him across the river only to jump off on the other side and race ahead to be first so the Rat starts the 12 year cycle. Oxen are frequently depicted carrying 3 straw bales as beasts of burden and also there are shrines that deify them wearing a woven red and white crown of sorts. Illustrated here our ox left the deceitful rat behind, cast off his burdens, and traversed the turbulent waters of 2020. Oxen also symbolize patience and perseverance, and as it emerges bright eyed and strong on the shores of 2021, remember this dear reader, the ox is you. Happy New year. 

When I lived in Tokyo I took up the Japanese tradition of sending a New Year’s postcard (nengajo, 年賀状) of that year’s Zodiac animal. The skinny vertical says the year (in a special year numbering system it’s also the 3rd yr of the Reiwa era cuz of the new emperor ) and the character below it is the special character for Ox they use only for year of the ox. The square basically says Happy New Year.

I’ve finally done all 12 animals so this is the last in the series. Check out the others here https://jasonraish.com/japanese-new-year-postcards

Also messed around with True Grit Texture and Supply Co’s mid century action script kit “Atomica” which is very useable right out of the box. I’ll keep experimenting with it as it was nice thinking in a different way than my usual rendered style. https://www.truegrittexturesupply.com/collections/must-haves/products/atomica-mid-century-print-effects-kit

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HAPPY NEW YEAR ₍₍◞( •௰• )◟₎₎ It’s the year of ox, so I draw ox boy

2020 was a shit year for everyone. But we must stay positive and believe 2021 will be better ᕙ( : ˘ ∧ ˘ : )ᕗ

P/s: been mia since xmas cuz I want to focus on my personal project ༎ຶ‿༎ຶ but I make some times for new year, and possibly lunar new year.

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Chinese Horoscope 2021 | Chinese Astrology | Spirituality Awakening
https://spirituality-awakening.com/2020/12/26/chinese-horoscope-2021/
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YEAR OF THE OX by KaijuSamurai

Last New Year’s, I began a tradition of depicting the Chinese zodiac as kaiju, with each year’s beast slaughtering the previous. 2019 was a fat hog, devouring resources and selfishly terrorizing the people as it ate them with abandon. Then, a lithe and terrible rat slit the hog’s throat, striking suddenly from beneath the city streets. The rat went on to spread disease, fear, and distrust. The plague the rat brought with it did far more damage than the hog ever could have, but perhaps it was feasting on the hog’s mutant flesh that made the rat so dangerous?
In 2021, the people have called upon a great bull, a mighty ox, a horned behemoth to crush the rat’s skull and hopefully end the plague. Will the ox be the savior we needed? Or will it go mad, wrecking everything it touches?
Kaiju films are about processing trauma. That’s where the genre started, and while it is not universal, it *is* still an important cornerstone.

DeviantArt: https://www.deviantart.com/kaijusamurai

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Chinese Ox Zodiac Hoodie

Chinese Ox Zodiac Hoodie
by mmemp_com


Enjoy the comfort of this warm and toasty pullover hoodie. Made from a 10oz. cotton-poly blend with a 100% cotton face. It has set-in sleeves and double needle-stitched armholes and bottom band for durability. Personalize to make it your own!


Size & Fit

Model is 6’2” and wearing a large
Standard fit
Runs true to size

Fabric & Care

10oz. cotton-poly blend with a 100% cotton face
Roomy front pouch pocket and hood
Imported
Machine wash cold Tumble dry Low

Shop at the link below

Chinese Ox Zodiac Clothing Accessories and Gifts

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I decided I’d jump on the new year wagon a bit. It’s a little late, but when you need beef I feel like Noi’s the girl to call!

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くとぅしぇー  うしどぅし やいびーん!
 Kutushee ushidushi yaibiin!
This year is the year of the ox/cow!

うんじゅ ぬ えとー ぬー やいびーが?
Unju nu etoo nuu yaibiiga?
What is your zodiac animal?

わん えとー みー やいびーん。
Wan etoo mii yaibiin.
My zodiac animal is the snake.

子年(ねずみどし)  →  にー    Nii (rat)
丑年(うしどし)  →  うし        Ushi (cow/ox)
寅年(とらどし)  →  とぅら    Tura (tiger)
卯年(うさぎどし)  →  うー    Uu (rabbit)
辰年(たつどし)  →  たち        Tachi (dragon)
巳年(へびどし)  →  みー        Mii (snake)
午年(うまどし)  →  んま        Nma (horse)
未年(ひつじどし)  →  ふぃちじ   Fichiji (sheep)
申年(さるどし)  →  さーるー      Saaruu (monkey)
酉年(とりどし)  →  とぅい    Tui (rooster)
戌年(いぬどし)  →  いん        In (dog)
亥年(いのししどし)  →  いー    Ii (boar)

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