Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The Year of the Rooster

January 2017 - Las Vegas NV

One of my favourite places to visit in Las Vegas is Bellagio to see the latest floral display in The conservatory. Some of the elements used were familiar from other displays.

2012 Christmas
2013 Christmas
2014 Spring
2014 Christmas
2015 Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year 2017 is the Year of the Red Fire Rooster. It starts from January 28th 2017 and extends up to February 15th 2018. This is the year when you will need to work hard and be patient in order to achieve your goals.


Another aspect of this is lunar New Year 2017 is whether it is a Yin year or a Yang year. This Year of the Rooster is ruled by the fire element and it is a Yin year.


As the element for the Chinese year 2017 is RED, do not use red in your clothes and accessories. Red colored stones like ruby, garnet and pink topaz too are better avoided. Instead, use colors that will complement the red and fire element. Earth colored items like brown or yellow are most suitable for all the 12 Chinese zodiac signs in 2017.

According to Chinese astrology, the Rooster years are known to be filled with integrity and efficiency. Hard work is the key to achieving success in this Chinese New Year. The Chinese New Year 2017 predictions suggest that this year can beneficial in your career and financial investments. But time your business ventures well if you want to take advantage of the most profitable periods. Also try alternative healing therapies to keep stress at bay so that you can use your potential to the maximum.


  1. ...now that's something to crow about!

  2. They do such a great job there. Love seeing it. When will you be here?

  3. Great display though I can do without the rooster, dam things wake you up in the middle of the night

  4. Now I understand what is meant by getting into someone's head.

    The fuel price is about US$0.50 a litre, CDN$0.67, AU$ about the same. We are now paying AU$1.40, US$1.06, CDN$1.40, cheap by Euro standards but not by us. The US really is cheap. Your price at home seems to be about CND$1.06 but about to rise, as has ours substantially from about AU$1.15 a the beginning of the year. Interesting that our currencies are much the same and fuel prices similar too.


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