Don’t Monkey Around with People – “Happy Chinese New Year 2016” “Gong Xi Fa Cai” “Kung Hei Fat Choy”

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

It is 2016  and the lucky year of the Monkey. The Chinese New Year falls on February 8; however many Chinese families will begin celebrating during the New Year’s Eve.

From all of Us at ReloNavigator, wishing you all with a  

“Happy Chinese New Year” “Gong Xi Fa Cai”  “Kung Hei Fat Choy”

The Chinese New Year is also called the Spring Festival, that has more than 4,000 years of history. It is the grandest and the most important annual event for Chinese people.

@_2016 ChineseNewYear

According to the Chinese Zodiac signs, the people who were born during the Year of the Monkey are normally “Quick-witted”, “charming”, “lucky”, “adaptable”, “bright”, “versatile”, “lively”, and “smart”.

Along the lines of those qualities, one colloquial expression says,

“don’t monkey around with me” which can be meant as “do not try to trick me or tell me a lie; do not try to make a fool out of me; or don’t try to manipulate my emotions

ReloNavigator’s business is creating results for our clients. Return on investment is important, and our successes are demonstrated internationally and across industries.

When you are involved or like to get involved with international businesses, experiencing issues that are hard to solve due to inadequate competency, ReloNavigator can assist you in solving them. 

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