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More About Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is coming February 16th 2018

and will be celebrated at the school Saturday, February 17th - watch for more posts to keep you updated on this very important yearly event!

Every year the date changes because it follows the Lunar Calendar. It is also called Spring Festival.

Chinese New Year starts a new animal zodiac year. In China, each Lunar cycle has 60 years and 12 years is regarded as a small cycle. Each of the 12 years is defined as an animal sign. 

2018 is year of the Earth Dog. It is believed that the year represented by the animals affect the characters of people in the same way like the Western astrology signs.

People, (like Sifu Sara!), born in the Year of the Dog present with strengths such as:

Sincere, Loyal, Decisive, Responsible, Clever, Courageous, and are not afraid of difficulties in daily life.

According to Chinese zodiac analysis, this makes them have harmonious relationships with people.

Are you born Year of the Dog like Sifu Sara?

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Sifu Gary & The Auburn Students--

Thank you very much for your kind words. It has always been a privilege to be bonded together through the study and lineage of Huaquan.

It has been an epic and humbling journey; I have been blessed and honored to be guided by the amazing teaching of Sigung and Sifu! I am so proud to be apart of this great school.

Thank you, again.


The Kung Fu & Tai Chi Academy of New England would like to send our heartfelt Congratulations to Sihing Dave on his Black Sash Certification! Way to go! Hip Hip Hooray!