Chinese New Year Fortune Cookie Favors

When is Chinese New Year? This year Chinese New Year falls on January 26th so you still have time to find some great favors for your celebration.

2009 is the year of the Ox, which I find highly ironic due to the current economic state of the US, China and the World. What will the year of the Ox bring us?

Great Drawing from BlueBison.net

Great Drawing from BlueBison.net


• The Ox is the sign of prosperity through fortitude and hard work.
• The Ox is unswervingly patient, tireless in their work, and capable of enduring any amount of hardship without complaint.
• The Ox is not extravagant, and the thought of living off credit cards or being in debt makes them nervous.
• Ox people are truthful and sincere, and the idea of wheeling and dealing in a competitive world is distasteful to them. They are rarely driven by the prospect of financial gain.

Pretty interesting, huh? So in order to be prosperous this year it’s going to take hard work and perseverance, you might go through some hardship and have to keep on going, should be living light and lean, and your main focus should be how can I help those around me.

Whew. I would venture to say, maybe the current economy is a much needed breath of fresh air!

On that note, let me give you guys some good ideas for Chinese New Year sayings and fortune cookie fortunes.

Happy Chinese New Year. Year of the Ox. 1/26/09, Year 4076

Gong Xi Fa Cai! Wishing you Prosperity and Wealth!

Before you receive you must give. Year of the Ox 1/26/09

A good beginning is half the task. January 26, 2009

Hope is the most precious treasure to a person.

House of (insert last name) wishes you Happiness & Prosperity in the Year of the Ox.

Good Fortune is yours in the Year of the Ox!

Giant fortune cookie compared to a traditional fortune cookie.

Giant fortune cookie compared to a traditional fortune cookie.


Get your Custom Chinese New Year Fortune Cookies at Fancy Fortune Cookies – you can even get them in the lucky color RED!

Or for a super lucky Year of the Ox send a giant 1lb. fortune cookie from Giant-Fortune-Cookies.com

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