Farewell, dragon; hello, snake.

No, this doesn’t mean that I’m changing the topic of Dragon Crossing.

It means that for those that follow the Chinese calendar, the new year has officially begun. Last year, I blogged about the Year of the Dragon, and what a great time it was to start a dragon-themed blog. As of today, the Year of the Snake is upon us. Last year brought some changes in my life that left my blog silent more often than I wanted, but I’m happy with the start that was made here. Though the Year of the Dragon is over, I have the feeling that Dragon Crossing’s best days are still ahead. Later this week, we’ll compare the dragon to the snake according to the Chinese traditions and find out what personality differences the two cousins have. Happy New Year!

Chinese snake

The Chinese Zodiac changes from the dragon to this guy this year. Image borrowed from Wikimedia Commons.

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