Lunar New Year message: take a tip from the fish

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This week we’ve been poking around Manhattan’s Chinatown celebrating the Year of the Rooster.

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“Sometimes your destiny needs to be spelled out.”

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Back at the office we asked our wise informant Kam what fish represented. “They’re a symbol of perseverance in overcoming barriers,” she said. “When they come up against something, they swim around it. They’re free because they’re flexible.”

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We thought this was good advice. Especially for those days when you feel you might as well put your briefs in a bottle and throw them in the East River.

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One Response to Lunar New Year message: take a tip from the fish

  1. Alex Bunin says:

    Hooray! Happy New Year!

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