White Point Beach Resort has been infamous for it’s rabbits for at least a couple of decades now – it is of course an honour to pay tribute to our furry friends in this, the Chinese New Year 2011 – Year of the Rabbit! The Year kicks off on Feb. 3, 2011 and continues until Jan. 22, 2012.
We are looking forward to a variety of events and activities being planned by our recreation Team that will honour the Rabbit…starting this month, hope you will join us.
The Rabbit it is the 4th in a cycle of 12 in the Chinese Calendar. People born in the Year of the Rabbit have exceptional taste. They are gifted, expressive and value a sense of honour. When it comes to making a match, they should gravitate to those born under the sign of the Ram, Pig, or Dog. The Rabbit will be unable to cope with the arrogance and criticism ofthe Rooster, their patience will be exhausted by the tantrums of the Tiger, and for them, the Horse is too hot tempered and fickle. Rabbits don’t need the grief. They are survivors—and can deal with anything life throws at them as long as they are at peace with themselves.
Here in Canada – look for the Year of the Rabbit stamp released by Canada Post!
Are you a Rabbit?
While we here at White Point are very excited about the Year of the Rabbit – what is even more exciting is that we believe that White Point was indeed born in the Year of the Rabbit! Yes, while White Point opened in 1928…we were conceived in 1927 – the Year of the Rabbit!
Coincidence….we think not!
So are you a rabbit…were you born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963,1975, 1987, 1999 or 2011?
People born in the Year of the Rabbit share certain characteristics: Keen, wise, fragile, tranquil, serene, considerate, fashionable, and kind. Generally, they are quite calm, do not exhibit aggressive behavior, and will avoid confrontation at all costs. When angry about something, they will approach it calmly and considerately, hardly ever raising their voice. And they are quite keen and pay close attention to the situations developing around them. They are intelligent and quick, and can talk themselves in or out of most situations with no problem.
The Rabbit is a symbol for mercy, elegance, and worship of beauty. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are kind, loving persons, and dislike any hostile act. They give others an impression of being frail-looking because of their gentle appearance. But, in fact they are strong-minded and have strong wills. They pursue their ideals all their lives in a precise and orderly way. They do things slowly and deliberately because of their cautious characters.
There is no need to worry about their lives. They are nimble, clever and good at avoiding harm to themselves. They are talented and like artistic ventures, such as painting and music and are generally quite present in these worlds. They are also very hospitable, good hosts and warm-hearted companions. They never embrace others in public places. They know the art of saving face and giving consideration to the interests of both sides.
People born in the Year of the Rabbit are apt to be sensitive to ailments and to have bad allergies. Stress or conflict will detriment their health. Exercise could take off unnecessary stress and strengthen their physical condition. They have to learn to incorporate more action into their everyday routines.
They will become depressed and withdrawn if their homes do not consist of beautiful possessions that make them comfortable. Their homes and offices usually are clutter-free. They have really good communication skills and are best utilized in positions of management. They make great teachers and counselors because they are so diplomatic and well-organized. They can also make great painters or musicians due to their sense of beauty and their love of creativity.
Rabbit people are usually relatively careful when it comes to their finances. They use much of their money for possessions such as their homes, cars or furniture. They love hunting for antiques, arts and crafts and will tend to make sound investments in these types of things.
Famous Rabbit People: Angelina Jolie, Anjelica Huston, Drew Barrymore, Edith Piaf, Fanny Brice, Helen Hunt, Jane Seymour, Joan Crawford, Kate Winslet, Natasha Richardson, and Tina Turner.
Happy New Year to Rabbits everywhere!