2012 is the Year of Dragon. Well, known fact right? What I learnt though is about the Year of Rooster instead.
Why? I have been asked to do a story for “Inside New Zealand” on Chinese New Year. Oscar Kightley, the host, happened to be born in the same year as me, oh well, the Year of Rooster I meant.
Roosters are flamboyant, feisty, obstinate, extrovert, funny, trustworthy, hardworking, traditional, risk taking, sociable, love to be the centre of attention, annoying, organised.
And me being a metal Rooster, I am labelled to have big egos, forever seeking willing listeners, over analyze everything…
While I am not sure about ‘organised’ (my room is a mess, but I am organised with my life), I am definitely traditional. Given that I often say things that may be controversal, due to my believe in advocacy, I hold traditional believes. I would only go into a de facto relationship if I know I am getting married. I think a family needs to have both parents. I think you can only find mate who is from the same background to be compatible. I believe in the old retro time and perhaps that explained my love for burlesque, Victorian art, and all things classy.
Being a Leo as well, I love being the centre of attention. I think this helps me deliver what I want to say. In a way, my blog helps me deliver that message of what I want to say. Only through expressing this publicly, I could be heard.
That’s me trying to show off myself for now. See you next time!