You’ll often find a colourful daily calendar hanging on the walls of Chinese households, restaurants, and supermarkets. That calendar is called a YutLik. It features the solar and lunar dates, daily dos and don’ts, dream analyses, and a number of auspicious things deeply rooted in Chinese tradition. Unfortunately, many Chinese North Americans of my generation can’t read Chinese, which means they’re missing out on a quintessential part of Chinese culture.
So we decided to translate it. All 365 days. All 365 pages. Then added a bit of our own flare of course.
Started as a passion project on Instagram, it's now a small business running with 9000+ followers, sold at museum gift shops, got featured in publications, and even had a shoutout from comedian Ronny Chieng.