02 Feb '11, 2pm

DTN Singapore: 'Year of the Rabbit' could be year of the love rat: The Chinese calendar may be set to welcome in...

HONG KONG (AFP) - – The Chinese calendar may be set to welcome in the 'Year of the Rabbit' but the new year could be auspicious for love cheats, astrologers predict, and those who want a younger partner. China celebrates the first day of the Lunar New Year on Thursday and many Chinese people are keen on using the occasion to get a glimpse of what might be in store next year. "The 'Year of the Rabbit' will see a lot of unusual romantic relationships," Hong Kong astrologer Anthony Cheng told AFP. "Including extra-marital affairs and relationships with huge age differences." Cheng said husbands and wives should keep watch for wandering eyes as their trusted partners look for stimulation elsewhere, although the coming year will also be lucky for couples planning to tie the knot. "The Year of the Rabbit is an auspicious time for marriages, so I would expect to see a lot of peop...

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