This blog is a nod to our Chinese colleagues who work tirelessly for us and lend their support with innovative products.
The Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is determined by the date of the Lunar New Year where celebrations take place on the new moon between 21stJanuary -20thFebruary.
25thJanuary 2020 sees the start of the Year of the Rat, an animal, which, for most has connotations of dirt and menace, yet for the Chinese it symbolises wealth and the beginning of a new day. Let’s drink to that………
There is one time in our calendar when a cacophony of emotions, a perfect storm of sentiments rage through most households. Yes, it’s Christmas the season of goodwill to fellowmen! Did the “goodwill” somehow get lost in translation, has it been lost beneath the pressure to find the right sized jumper for Aunt Judy or the fight to host this year’s celebratory dinner.