Jan. 22, 2023
Year of the Rabbit
Fiji Post recently issued a set of four stamps marking the Lunar New Year of the Rabbit. Now, their own website (as well as one or two other blogs) state the release date as December 28, 2022 but one page on the Fiji Post site states January 6. When there are similar differing dates, I usually go with whatever the first day of issue cancellation says. In this case, that’s January 22 (the actual first day of the Year of the Rabbit). No other details on these stamps are (yet) known.
Chinese zodiac signs can play a significant role in how individuals pick their partners in romantic relationships. There are numerous theories and explanations for why certain zodiac animals are romantically compatible while others are not.
The best romantic partners for people born in the Year of the Rabbit are people born in the year of the Dog, Sheep, or Pig. All three share a compassionate, easy-going spirit that makes it easy for them to get along well with those born under the sign of the Rabbit. Rabbits and Sheep make an ideal match because they are both easy-going, amiable and romantic.
Rabbits and Dogs compliment each other because they are supportive of each other’s needs and want to see each other succeed. Rabbits and Pigs are also able to build successful relationships because they can arouse each other’s interests and sympathies.
Sometimes it may take an individual born in the Year of the Rabbit more time to broaden their minds and find a romantic partner, but when they do, they will have a deep and fruitful relationship.
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