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A happy Chinese New Year – The year of the Rabbit WE_Nr05_2011_ENG

A happy Chinese New Year – The year of the Rabbit WE_Nr05_2011_ENG

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Published by Zoltan Eberhart
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A happy Chinese New Year – The year of the Rabbit
China and neighbouring cultures is entering New Year according to their own traditions. Chinese New Year
begins with the New Moon on the first day of the New Year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The 15th
day of the New Year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade.

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A happy Chinese New Year – The year of the Rabbit
China and neighbouring cultures is entering New Year according to their own traditions. Chinese New Year
begins with the New Moon on the first day of the New Year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The 15th
day of the New Year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade.

http://eberzoli.webs.com/mybusiness

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Published by: Zoltan Eberhart on Feb 18, 2011
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WE – Weekend Essential
The Weekend Newsletter for SiteTalk and Unaico - No. 05 2011
WE – Weekend Essential
newsletter brings you updates on recent activities, trends and currentdevelopment regarding Unaico, SiteTalk and related businesses.
WE
intend to keep you up to dateon what’s going on and what’s going to happen in the near uture. Short and swit, accurate andreliable,
WE
bring you the news you want to know.
 
WE – Weekend Essential newsletter brings you updates on recent activities, trends and current de-velopment regarding Unaico, SiteTalk and related businesses. WE intend to keep you up to date onwhat’s going on and what’s going to happen in the near uture. Short and swit, accurate and reliable,WE bring you the news you want to know.
 
WE – Weekend Essential
newsletter brings you updates on recent activities, trends and currentdevelopment regarding Unaico, SiteTalk and related businesses.
WE
intend to keep you up to dateon what’s going on and what’s going to happen in the near uture. Short and swit, accurate andreliable,
WE
bring you the news you want to know.
A happy Chinese New Year – The year of the Rabbit
 China and neighbouring cultures is entering New Year according to their own traditions. Chinese New Yearbegins with the New Moon on the rst day o the New Year and ends on the ull moon 15 days later. The 15thday o the New Year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and chil-dren carrying lanterns in a parade. The Chinese calendar is based on a combination o lunar and solar move-ments. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. In order to “catch up” with the solar calendar the Chinese insert anextra month once every ew years (seven years out o a 19-yearcycle). This is the same as adding an extra dayon leap year. This is why, according to the solar calendar, the Chinese New Year alls on a dierent date eachyear. New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are celebrated as a amily aair, a time o reunion and thanksgiving. The celebration was traditionally highlighted with a religious ceremony given in honour o Heaven and Earth,the gods o the household and the amily ancestors. The sacrice to the ancestors, the most vital o all therituals, united the living members with those who had passed away. Departed relatives are remembered withgreat respect because they were responsible or laying the oundations or the ortune and glory o theamily.
 
2011 is also the Year of the Rabbit according to Chinese traditions, which core values coincide in manyways with what SiteTalk now is developing. Some key notes on The year of the Rabbit:
A person born in the year o the Rabbit possesses one o the most ortunate o the twelve animal signs. TheRabbit, or Hare as he is reerred to in Chinese mythology, is the emblem o longevity and is said to derive hisessence rom the Moon.…..Money can be made without too much labor. Our lie style will be languid and leisurely as we allow ourselvesthe luxuries we have always craved or. A temperate year with unhurried pace. For once, it may seem possibleor us to be careree and happy without too many annoyances.….. The Rabbit is extremely lucky in business and monetary transactions. Astute at striking bargains, he canalways pop up with a suitable proposal or alternative to benet himsel. His sharp business acumen, coupledwith his knack or negotiation, will ensure him a ast rise in any career.So there you have it, all is ready and set in this year or SiteTalk, being the ortunate rabbit that can make usall prosper in this very promising year 2011.So a happy Chinese New year to you all and a joyous celebration with riends and amily; let us all make themost o it this year - together!
 
Be active and be rewarded -One Active SiteTalk member = 1 BV
Dear member,Every week the excitement is growing regarding our ground-breaking promotion o One Active SiteTalk member = 1 BV.We wanted to give you a couple o points to whet your appetite:1) The programme will be live in time or the event in Slovenia on March 26th. We plan to introduce on stagesome o the people who have benetted rom this promotion. I you reverse-engineer rom that you canwork out that we plan to go live with it in the week(s) proceeding. Without giving you a specic date, we arelooking at the middle o March. 2) What does “active” SiteTalk member mean?a) An absolute requirement is that the person has lled out his or her prole section. The exact percentagemay be dierent when we launch, but at present we are thinking that a minimum requirement or eligibilityto be active is that 50% o the prole has been lled out. I it is less than this percentage then the membercannot be “active” no matter how much they use the community.b) Once the prole requirement is done, then we will have a number o measures to do with being a humanbeing using SiteTalk to network! Things like logging in, posting a message, updating a gallery, posting acomment on a photo, all o these and more will be given a value and measured weekly. Once a minimumthreshold has been reached, typically through a combination o activities, the person will be “active”.c) Requirements or being “active” will not be difcult to reach. The idea is that the person uses the commu-nity a couple o times a week and they will be considered active.d) In order to earn rewards rom your active SiteTalk community, you yoursel have to be “active.”

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