2014 - The Year of the Wood Horse


The North Shore is offering several Chinese New Year events to celebrate the year of the Wood Horse. The Horse is described as a free-spirited, independent and charismatic animal! With luck, adventure, romance and good fortune in this upcoming year, 2014 will be a year to remember!  

LONSDALE QUAY – Friday January 31st, 2014 2:30pm in the Rotunda

There is no need to cross the bridge to celebrate Chinese New Year. The Shao Lin Gung Har Kung Fu Association will be performing the ceremonial lion dance. This traditional Chinese dance is used to scare away evil spirits and bring good luck and fortune our way.

NORTH VANCOUVER CITY LIBRARY – Saturday February 1st, 2014 2-2:45pm 120 West 14th Street, North Vancouver

Chinese New Year Storytime and Crafts at the North Vancouver City Library! For children ages 4-8, they will receive a lucky envelope and enjoy making crafts while listening to some Chinese stories.

PARK ROYAL – Saturday February 8th, 2014, 1-4pm Park Royal South Atrium (beside the Food Court)

Join John Weston, MP and the Canadian Chinese Outreach Committee’s 4th edition of the North Shore Celebration of Asian New Year.  There will be lucky draws, games, complimentary treats and performances.

What will the Wooden Horse in 2014 bring you?

As the new lunar calendar proceeds to the next year, influxes of curious astrological enthusiasts indulge into their upcoming year’s predictions.  What could 2014 bring you? Is it a good time to buy your next home? Is this the year to make a career change? See the list below – wishing you all prosperity and happiness in this upcoming year. 

The horse and those born in horse years (2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, 1930, 1918, 1906) are fun loving, popular and charming. Intuition comes naturally to horses, thus they are able to make decisive choices following their hearts.

If your sign agrees with the horse, (Tiger, Sheep, Dog, Pig) then this is a year for action – buy that house, get a promotion, travel the world, take that risk! Next year, 2015, will be the year for rest, thus, enjoy the positive energy from the year of the horse.

Click here for Professional Feng Shui Master, Paul Ng’s analysis of 2014’s year of the Wooden Horse