Author Archives: Josephine

About Josephine

My friends call me Jo. I am a blogger, a Chinese Metaphysics' consultant, a lifelong learner and now founder of What I like besides being passionate about BaZiChic? I luv travelling. Some point in my life, I’m going to drop everything and just go to places so I can keep the sweet memories of “Been there, done that”. A simple girl like me will usually go to see a movie or two on my free time. Besides this I like to collect books and occasionally I’m a foodie who love dark chocolate.

Tradition Meets Technology

Share CNY Day 3 – Surprise! Surprise! Its really a WOW! for the Horse year for me. Did not expect this to come out during Chinese New Year! Thanks to the noble people I met on December 2013 that gave … Continue reading

Posted in Archive | 12 Comments

In the Mood for Love 2014

Share This year 14 February 2014 is special. We are having Valentine’s Day & Chap Goh Mei (every 15th CNY is Chinese Valentine’s Day) on the same day. Are you looking for friendship, romance, or marriage? Although there is no … Continue reading

Posted in Archive | 6 Comments

Annual Luck of the 12-Chinese Astrology (Part 2)

Share Coming-up the next 12-Chinese Astrology signs. 鼠 Rat Those born in the year of the Rat may be feeling overly ambitious. Whether this is positive or negative depends on the other zodiac signs in the Bazi Chart. The 月空 … Continue reading

Posted in Archive | 8 Comments

Annual Luck of the 12-Chinese Astrology (Part 1)

Share Every year, everyone is looking forward to check out their Chinese Astrology sign to see how they are going to fair that year. So here you are! The 12-Chinese Astrology Signs write-up is partially extracted from my digital magazine. … Continue reading

Posted in Archive | 7 Comments

Tips for Chinese New Year 2014 甲午 Wood Horse

Share Happy Chinese New Year! 恭喜发财, 新年快乐. One of the most popular practices during Chinese New Year is to welcome the ‘God of Wealth’ with prayers so that the family can enjoy good fortune and abundance for the coming year. … Continue reading

Posted in Archive | 11 Comments