First Meeting in the Chinese Year of Rabbit

2023-01-31 Share

First Meeting in the Chinese Year of Rabbit


At 9: 00 am, on January 28, 2023, all members of the sales department of ZZBETTER are attending the first meeting of the Chinese year of the Rabbit. During the meeting, everyone is full of enthusiasm, with happy smiles on their faces. Our leader Linda Luo hosts the meeting. The meeting consists of three parts:

1. Distribution of red envelopes;

2. Wishes to the new year;

3. The significance of life;

4. Learning Chinese Traditions;

Distribution of red envelopes

The red envelopes for employees are a part of Chinese tradition. Generally, after the Spring Festival, on the day when the company restarts work, all employees and subordinates pay New Year greetings to the business owner, and the business owner sends red envelopes to the employees and subordinates containing some banknotes that symbolize auspicious wealth, the auspicious start of work, harmony and prosperous business.


Wishes for the new year

In the meeting, attendees deliver their good wishes to their colleagues and the leader. 

The first one is to wish everyone good health. As the mass infected the virus last year, people are paying more and more attention to their health, and don’t want to infect again.

ZZBETTER members also have a wish for prosperous business for their colleagues and the company, which is the most practical wish.

Here, we wish every ZZBETTER follower and viewer good health, luck, and a prosperous business. 

Significance of life

Leader Linda Luo expressed her wishes to all ZZBETTER members and says,” walk slowly, never stop, and then you can arrive more quickly”. For helping the new generation to dissipate confusion, Linda leaves us several questions to think about:

1. What is the significance of life?

2. How do you grow? And what is your ideal vocation?

3. What is the perfect enter-people relationship do you think?

4. What is your ideal home life?

5. Where do you want to travel to?

6. What are your financial aim? And how do you reward the social?

Learning Chinese traditions

At the end of the meeting, we read Di Zi Gui, a book written by Li Yuxiu in a three-character verse. The book is based on the ancient teaching of the Chinese philosopher Confucius that emphasizes the basic requisites for being a good person and guidelines for living in harmony with others. 

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