Feng Shui Love Tips Feng Shui - the Chinese art of positioning objects in buildings to encourage entry of positive energy has appeared as a popular art to bring changes to normal life. Today, it is a widely used to recreate new life, smoothen relationships, balance daily life and bring energy to the house. Besides, Feng Shui is said to help in activating romance, luck and love filled life. In the present age when relationship break for no reasons, people are increasingly taking help of Feng Shui masters to improve their love life and infuse passion in their relationships. Feng Shui tricks are said to have helped love seeking couples across the world.
Feng Shui Love Guide
Here are some widely believed Feng Shui tips to activate romance in your sluggish relationship..
Chinese New Year in the Philippines
In the Philippines, a Tsinoy is a Filipino of Chinese heritage. It is a combination of "Tsino" meaning Chinese and the slang word "Pinoy" meaning Filipino. (The term Intsik has fallen out of favor.)
There has been a significant Chinese presence in the Philippines even before the Spaniards arrived in the 15th century. Chinese Filipinos currently number four million, making up five percent of the Philippine population.
Chinese Filipinos celebrate the Lunar New Year in January or February. It is not an official holiday in the Philippines, but students in Chinese schools are let out early.
CHINESE-FILIPINO TRADITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LUNAR NEW YEAR
The food most fondly looked forward to during Chinese New Year in the Philippines is tikoy, a treat made from sticky rice. You can buy it from stores only at this time of the year (January and February) but don't forget that you have to cook it first before eating!