2017 is the Chinese Year of the Rooster: How has the world changed since 2005?
What is Chinese New Year All About?
The Chinese New Year, also known as the “Spring Festival”, is the most important day in the Chinese calendar. It’s a festival surrounded by myths and legends that have evolved over centuries.
When Is Chinese New Year 2017?
This year Chinese New Year falls on the 28th January and welcomes in the year of the Rooster. The Chinese Zodiac works on a 12-year cycle, meaning the last year of the Rooster was 2005.
That may seem like yesterday for some of us but just look at how much has changed!
Costs are rising and the pace of technological change means constant evolution is necessary for business success, and that doesn’t come cheap.
One of the most well-known Chinese New Year traditions is the gifting of Red envelopes, to family and friends, containing money wishing them luck and good fortune for the year ahead.
Here at Love Energy Savings we like to think of our customers as friends so here is our gift to you.
Click the red envelope below to get started and let us save you an average of 40% on your business energy bills this Chinese New Year.