The social rabbit takes a back seat, and the solitary hare is out on the plains alone as the hutch door is broken. This year, old, discarded rabbit traps might trip you up, but they will not catch you and no one is monitoring them. Take along your own internal version of ChatGPT for someone to talk to and prepare not for a Hundred Years of Solitude, but perhaps several days on an occasional basis.
Ears drooping? Sensitive nose sniffling? Legs lost their spring? This year, the Illness Tally Star is likely to bring a basket of trifles that would not be noticed in a hospital, but by the person beside you on a bus. Just when you are over the rump of the year, you might find your health still in hock. Keep a low profile and bugs out of the hutch.
Can rabbits eat clover? They can, in moderation. Too much and they are likely to fill with gas and float on up to an eagle’s nest. Modest gains will be had, even if your basic income is unstable. A series of small arguments throughout the year means you might have some luck investing in a law firm, but our advice is hardly a firm law.
Rabbits often go weak at the knees for a large family, and we don’t want to start the hare, but even hare-ms, to be s-hared, were once found in the family trees. If you are one of the minority of rabbits who think bickering is just a way to break the ice, you are about to land on the love glacier. If tambourines and dancing are more your thing, then you can lapin’ it up when the next Hare Krishna litter moves through your neighbourhood.
Despite having just departed your own year, the Tai Sui has not forgotten you. Without the help you had last year, your professional life is unlikely to buck up. Your friend in the greater cosmic hutch, the Rooster, may lend you some better stars, but of your own, there is only the somewhat ambivalent Sudden Breakthrough Star, which involves a new environment and its accompanying uncertainties.
Sorcerer: Dr James Greenbaum
Sorcerer's apprentice: Stella Liu
Wand bearer: Justin SL Chan
Director/Editor: Sandy Chen Dowling; Yukti Vidyarthi
Translation editor: Sandra Tsui
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Web development: Paul Ngan; Timothy Wang
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Thanks to: Christina Qianna; Ellen Lo; Melanie Ng; Priscilla Man
Producer: Liz Patterson