Happy New Year in the Year of the Sheep (Goat)!

CSU
Library welcomes everyone to a New Year! According to the Shēngxiào (or
the Chinese zodiac) the Year of the Horse begins on January 31, 2014.
The sign of the Horse symbolizes character traits of strength, energy
and open-mindedness. To find out more information about the Chinese New
Year in Australia click this link: Chinese New Year in Australia.
Wishing you all the best in 2014! – See more at:
http://yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2014/01/happy-new-year-in-year-of-horse.html#sthash.Jawhr2nu.dpuf
CSU Library welcomes everyone to a New Year! According to the Shēngxiào
(or the Chinese zodiac) the Year of the Sheep (Goat) begins on February 19,
2015. The sign of the Sheep
is a Yin energy, a symbol of Peace, Harmony and
Tranquility
. To find out more information about the
Chinese New Year in Australia click this link: Chinese New Year in Australia. Wishing you all a wonderful year ahead in 2015!
  
“I am a passive onlooker
I let bygones be bygones
Goodness brings me fortune
I believe in the human race
I understand the meaning of giving
My cup is never empty
I am loyal and just and in others I trust
I AM THE SHEEP.”
CSU
Library welcomes everyone to a New Year! According to the Shēngxiào (or
the Chinese zodiac) the Year of the Horse begins on January 31, 2014.
The sign of the Horse symbolizes character traits of strength, energy
and open-mindedness. To find out more information about the Chinese New
Year in Australia click this link: Chinese New Year in Australia.
Wishing you all the best in 2014! – See more at:
http://yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2014/01/happy-new-year-in-year-of-horse.html#sthash.Jawhr2nu.dpuf

 
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CSU
Library welcomes everyone to a New Year! According to the Shēngxiào (or
the Chinese zodiac) the Year of the Horse begins on January 31, 2014.
The sign of the Horse symbolizes character traits of strength, energy
and open-mindedness. To find out more information about the Chinese New
Year in Australia click this link: Chinese New Year in Australia.
Wishing you all the best in 2014! – See more at:
http://yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2014/01/happy-new-year-in-year-of-horse.html#sthash.Jawhr2nu.dpuf

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