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Cal Poly Lion Dance was a Hit @ RE/MAX Lunar New Year Celebration!

 

Cal Poly Lion Dance at RE/MAX 7 Cities

 

 

The Cal Poly Lion Dance Team was a hit with our guests who came to celebrate the Lunar New Year with our RE/MAX team at our Morro Bay, CA office. 

2008 is the Year of the Rat that began on February 7, 2008.  There are 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. Predictions on what will happen for that year and attributes of the people born during that year, are associated with the characteristics of that animal.  According to legend, the rat was the first animal to show up when Buddha summoned all the animals to come to him. Thus, the rat is the first sign of the Chinese zodiac and represents the beginning of a new 12-year cycle. Those born in the Year of the Rat are considered smart, clever, resourceful, quick-witted, and courageous. Rats are energertic and cunning problem solvers. They are also responsible, protective and careful planners. Being the first in line, they're also considered leaders. Their sign is also associated with entrepreneurship.

As part of our celebration, we served a wide spread of Asian homemade treats, including Chinese noodle salad with Asian sesame seed dressing, Pineapple Shrimp rice, Chicken ramaki, tofu with bonito, variety of mu shu delicacies and warm spiced tea.  Our guests enjoyed the food - in fact, we ran out, just before the event ended! The event closed with a celebratory lion dance performed by the Cal Poly Lion Dance Team.  The Cal Poly Lion Dance Team comprises students from the Chinese Students Association from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA.  The lion dance (not to be confused with the dragon dance) is a traditional way to bless an event, business and community at the beginning of each Lunar New Year.  It was an appreciation evening for our clients and friends, so we were really happy to be able to share this special cultural celebration with the community.

 

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