In a China Flush With Fortune, Many now Want Theirs Told – Peter Ford

From Christian Science Monitor:

In a culture increasingly focused on personal wealth, many Chinese look to traditional fortunetelling tools to enrich them.

As the Chinese New Year approaches, heralding the auspicious Year of the Pig, porkers are everywhere. Fifteen-foot-high inflatable pigs beckon shoppers into electronics stores; fluffy pink pig snouts enliven winter ear-muffs; corkscrew tails and round piggy faces decorate Ikea kitchen aprons.

Wherever you look, happy hogs are rearing up on their hind trotters advertising this or that, or simply waving banners emblazoned with the new Chinese credo, for which the coming year is believed to be especially favorable: “Get Rich.”[Full Text]

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