Chinese New Year 2020 gift ideas

Chinese New Year Gifts - Discover KarmaWeather's official line of Chinese zodiac gift ideas for Chinese New Year 2020
By KarmaWeather - 2 November 2019
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Chinese New Year's day for the Year of the Metal Rat 2020 is on January 25th, 2020

Improve your luck with our Chinese zodiac jewelry pendants, good luck amulets, bracelets, necklaces, bangles, wrist watches, hats, mugs and much more!

Offer the people you love Chinese horoscope, Feng Shui and Wu Xing gifts. Discover our T-shirts for Chinese New Year 2020, the Year of the Metal Rat, for Man, Woman, Mother, Girlfriend, Boy, Girl and Baby.

Also discover KarmaWeather's yearly 2020 Chinese horoscope, with predictions for the 12 Chinese zodiac signs, followed by a complete 2020 Chinese New Year horoscope for the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Rabbit (Hare, Cat), the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Goat (Sheep), the Monkey, the Rooster (Chicken), the Dog and the Pig (Boar).

With KarmaWeather's Chinese Hours - Chinese zodiac wrist Watch, always stay in line with the Chinese astrological time. Every 2 hours of the 24 hours of each day, a new Chinese zodiac sign takes over.

Day and night, they are always the same, in the same order: from 11:00pm it is the Hour of the Rat until 12:59am, followed by the Hours of the Ox, The Tiger, the Rabbit, then the Hour of the Dragon from 7:00am until 8:59am, followed by the Snake, the Horse, the Goat, the Monkey, the Rooster, the Dog and the Pig.

The Chinese zodiac hour is used to determine the animal / zodiac sign corresponding to your hour of birth or to the hour of birth of your child.





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