On February 1, 2022, roughly 25% of the entire global population will be celebrating the Lunar New Year. Countries such as China, Singapore, Vietnam, and many more—not to forget many Asians residing abroad—will be sweeping their homes just before the celebrations begin. Traditionally fireworks are being put on display, and families get together over reunion dinners. Yet the pandemic is still hovering over the festivities and reunions that we all crave.
2022 is the Year of the Tiger. The tiger is a symbol of power and dynamism, and according to the Chinese Zodiac prediction, it is a year of change. This is exactly what we need in 2022.
To all our clients, future clients, vendors, colleagues, and friends—may the Year of the Tiger bring you and your family strength and prosperity.