ကမ်ဘာတဝှမ်းက နဂါး နှစ်ကိုကြို ဆိုတဲ့အနေနဲ့
တရွာတပုဒ်ဆန်းဆိုတာလို လှပထယ်ဝါ မျက်စိ ပသာဒ ရှိပြီး
ကမ်ဘာကြီး က တယ်ကြီးပါလား
ကိုယ်မသိ တဲ့နိုင်ငံ တွေ ကြားသာကြားရတာ ဘယ်နားမှာရှိပါလိမ့်
သိချင်လာ စူးစမ်း လာမှာ ဖြစ်ပြီး
ကလေးလူကြီးက အစ ကိုယ့်ဖားရေတွင်း ကနေ ခုန်ထွက်ပြီးသကာလ
အလိုလို အမြင်ကျယ် သဘောထား လဲကြီးလာမှာ သေချာသလောက် ပါဘဲ
The Chinese zodiac is very popular in Thailand.
Set 1 (top). In 1991 the Thailand Post started issuing a series of stamps depicting the animals from the Chinese zodiac. One stamp per year, issued on Songkran Day (13th April), which is the traditional Thai New Year.
Set 2 (bottom). After the first series ended in 2002, the Thailand Post started a new series in 2003, with each stamp issued on 1st January. There are four more years to go to complete the series (Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse).
To commemorate the Chinese New Year 2012 the Thai Post has issued a set of two stamps dedicated to Caishenye, Chinese god. The first design features Belligerent Caishenye and the second one – Bountiful Cashenye.
On 01 January 2012, to celebrate Lunar New Year, Thailand Post was issued stampset “Year of the Dragon”, 1 stamp with face value 3 Bath, stamp size 31x31mm.
The Thailand Post has issued its first stamp in the year 2012. It features the Dragon.
The Dragon is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar, and the only animal that is legendary. The Dragon is associated with potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck. With this, the Emperor of China usually uses the dragon as a symbol of his imperial power.
Thailand post issued a postage stamp honoring the Thousand-Armed and Thousand-Eyed Guan Yin Goddess.
The Thousand-Armed and Thousand-Eyed Guan Yin or, for short The Thousand-Armed Guan Yin is one of the attitudes of the Bhodisattava Guan Yin. The Guan Yin Goddess looks grand and majestic, creating a sense of awe at her miraculous powers.
The characteristics of the Goddess in this particular attitude have two hidden meaning. Firstly, the Goddess uses her one thousand eyes to look after creatures that are in a limbo of suffering through her mercy; and with her 1,000 arms, she pulls them away from capture in the meaningless life cycle. The second meaning refers to the miracles of the Bodhisatava in being able to subdue evil and hit them from intruding into human lives.
Thailand post issued a postage stamp to welcome the Chinese Lunar year of Rabbit.
Thai post issued a postage stamp to celebrate the new Chinese year “The Year of Tiger”.
The stamp illustrates a native Thai design of the tiger with golden stars constellation. The tiger zodiac uses an tiger as a symbol. According to the royal calendar, the zodiac changes on the 1st of each calendar year.
Title: Year of the Tiger
“The new stamps and souvenirs have received positive responses from collectors,” said R. Mohammad Rizal, head of the Philately Office at state postal firm PT Pos Indonesia.
Rizal said on Thursday that his office had earned Rp 500 million (US$55,500) from the purchases of Water Dragon stamps and limited special packages.
“The special packages sell for Rp 100,000 each and have sold quickly.”
“Indonesia’s precious cultures deserve to be well documented in stamps. It is good that the Chinese culture has become part of them,” Miranti, a 21-year-old Bandung-born student, said.
To acknowledge and honor the heritage woven and to celebrate year of the Dragon, On 12 January 2012, Malaysia Post will issued stampset “Legacy of the Loom”, especially this set also is “Year of the Dragon 2012″.
One of expressions of cordial relationship between the Principality of Liechtenstein and the People’s Republic of China are numerous Liechtenstein postage stamps to which Chinese artists have contributed. This is the case for “Chinese Signs of the Zodiac” issue. For the first time a postage stamp is appearing in silhouette form. For the purpose the face design by Stefan Erne was cut out using state-of-the art laser technology. For greater practical convenience the stamp is moreover appearing in self-adhesive form.
The stamp illustrates dragon, symbol of the year 2012. People born in the year of the dragon are reputed to be healthy, energetic, long-lived, easily roused, impatient and obstinate. They are however also reliable, honest and courageous and radiate self-confidence. In the Chinese zodiac dragons are the eccentrics. The year of the dragon lasts from 23 January 2012 to 9 February 2013.
The Philippine Postal Corporation recently came up with the New Year 2012: “Year Of The Dragon” stamps. The Dragon is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar, and the only animal that is legendary. The Dragon is associated with potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck.