Chinese New Year is coming up on February 8th, which will officially mark the return of the Year of the Monkey. Such years are traditionally associated with risk-taking and dynamic innovation. You can generally expect dynamic change, either for better or for worse. Political leaders are likely to introduce new policies and take countries in new directions, the pace of life is likely to become quicker, and people are likely to have their wits sharpened by the indomitable spirit that monkeys are known for.
Since this is their year, those born in the Year of the Monkey can expect this to be a good year. Meanwhile, those who are most compatible with the Monkey should look out for circumstances that inspire them to greater heights of personal happiness and success. People considered compatible with the Monkey include those who were born in the Year of the Dragon or the Year of the Rat.
No matter what year you were born in, you can assure that you get your year off to a good start with a visit to our Japanese restaurant in Seattle. Come visit I Love Sushi on Lake Union for quality Japanese fare today!