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The Year of the Water Rabbit
The animals of the Chinese zodiac are more than lucky numbers and personalities; they symbolize a deep connection with China’s ancient cultural heritage. Rabbits have a unique place in Chinese history, mythology, and customs.
In early Autumn the air is fresh with a breeze from the north. The Goddess Chang’E sips her immortal tea elixir and floats up to the moon. We celebrate her beauty and vibrant health during the Moon Festival, September 10 – 15. However beauty and health are long-lasting when we enjoy delicious Chinese teas.
In Chinese mythology, the Rabbit is the only zodiac animal that lives with the Goddess Chang'E on the Moon. The spirit of the Rabbit is vigilant, witty, ambitious, and ingenious. Be healthy for the Year of the Rabbit: Boost Vitality and Mood. Traditional Chinese medicine offers many valuable health tonics for beauty, vitality, and longevity.