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Chinese New Year Gift Baskets Ride in on the Wood Horse

GiftBasketsOverseas.com offers traditional Lunar Year gifts for prosperity and renewal!

ARLINGTON, Mass., Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's time again to send gifts internationally to family, friends, and colleagues now that another Chinese New Year is on its way. It's the Year of the Horse, specifically the Wood Horse, and GiftBasketsOverseas.com -- the expert in International Gift Delivery -- has unveiled an exclusive line of gift baskets for delivery overseas filled with traditional and modern Spring Festival gifts.

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The new collection makes it easy for customers to find tasteful and culturally appropriate Chinese New Year gifts to send to the USA, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand. The company's gift hampers are decorated beautifully for the season and are packed with classics such as brightly colored bouquets, bird's nest soups and drinks, rare abalone, and Mandarin oranges, along with updated choices such as imported sweets, fine wines, and spa gifts (to wash away the old and welcome the new). Customers who order from GiftBasketsOverseas.com are also guaranteed 24-hour multi-lingual customer service, fast delivery without Customs hassles, and no taxes to be paid by the recipient.

The horse symbolizes power, speed, victory, and good fortune. The traditional Spring Festival story goes that Buddha invited the animals to celebrate the New Year with him, and when they arrived, he named a year for each of them, then gave the people born in each animal's year a part of their power and personality. People born under the horse are considered to be cheerful, charming, and carefree. Like horses, they can be wild and difficult to tame, but they are also honest and one can always tell what's on their mind.

Entrepreneurs and owners of businesses are encouraged to use the wisdom of the horse while planning this year's finances and decisions. Horse years are wild, with fluctuating prices, unrest in middle class economies, and not much room for diplomacy. At the same time, the horse supports decisive action – quick decisions are often rewarded, but if there are any doubts, the horse says, "Wait."

Businesses and traditional customers can also borrow horse wisdom when building or maintaining relationships; horses love sweetness – whether in action or at the table – and gifts of food and drink are great ways to strengthen connections in the Year of the Horse.  

"Chinese New Year is always an exciting time, and this year our team has worked hard to bring the best quality gifts to deliver around the world," says David Skol, Chief Gift Officer. "It's the time for renewing relationships, saying goodbye to the things that have passed, and looking forward to all that will come, and we've designed gifts with this spirit in mind."

Chinese New Year gift hampers from GiftBasketsOverseas.com are specially created to deliver your warm wishes for the upcoming year. Send Spring Festival gifts all over the world: Check out the newest catalogs at GiftBasketsOverseas.com and wish someone special a New Year full of happiness and good fortune.

About www.GiftBasketsOverseas.com

GiftBasketsOverseas.com is an A-ranked, BBB-accredited company based in the United States that specializes in delivering superior quality gifts to over 180 countries. GiftBasketsOverseas.com is renowned globally for providing online ordering convenience, multilingual 24-hour customer service, and secure payment options. Learn more at www.giftbasketsoverseas.com

For more information, contact Carmen Monroe at 1-888-673-2822, or Email.

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