GREEN GREEN Bamboo & Gifts

Green Thumbs for EVERYONE!!!!!

                 GREEN GREEN Bamboo & Gifts is CLOSED!!!!!!

Green Green Bamboo Shop is no longer open.

We have closed and changed into a oriental market.

 

Mai's Oriental Mini Market (MOMM's)

1331 Juan Tabo NE #2H

Albuquerque, NM 87112

 

PH: (505)-508-2803

NEW LOCATION ON

JUAN TABO AND CONSTITUTION

ON THE NORTHWEST CORNER

pass the Bank of ABQ and some hair place,

BY SAIGON 2000 #2 (VIET Restaurant)

& VENEZIA'S PIZZA

ON MISSION SQUARE

1331 JUAN TABO NE #2H

 Just look for GREEN GREEN Bamboo & Gift Shop

CONTACT INFORMATION 

Call or Text Angel (Tien/Panda) Nguyen

(505).503.0184 (Main Cell)

Email: n.jocelyn@hotmail com (SUBJECT LINE: GREEN GREEN)

FACEBOOK.COM/TN.JOCELYN

~OR~

Mai Nguyen (505).264.4894

 

 

CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE TO

ALBUQUERQUE SHOPPERS AND

SURROUNDING AREAS ONLY

 

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DID I MENTION CHEAPEST

PRICES AROUND!?!?!?!

Hi this is Angel, from GREEN GREEN,

and we're one of the thousands stores located in Albuqureque, New Mexico.

1331 Juan Tabo NE, ABQ,NM

NORTHWEST CORNER OF JUAN TABO AND CONSTITUTION

This site is still under construction

but care information for your plants is available for your use anytime.

The store is not fully running online.

Please be patient

Thank You

 

Our hours are now

Tuesday --> Saturday

11 am - 7 pm

Sunday

1pm - 6 pm

Monday

CLOSED = )

Later closing time will be varied due to:

- holidays

- incoming traffic

 

 YES!!!! WE DO LAY AWAYS AND ACCEPT:

CASH

VISA, MASTERCARD, and DISCOVER

 (minimum charge is $6.99 -OR- 50 cent service fee for $6.98 and under)

NO PERSONAL CHECKS SORRY

Layaways - minimum is $100, held for two months, 30% downpayment in cash ONLY.

 

 

 

SORRY NO REFUNDS

EXCHANGES ONLY

for your and our convience 

all merchandise are checked before leaving the store

to ensure product is working and not damaged

 

THE TIGER
2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, 1962, 1950

Full of life, those born under this sign are fearless, noble and bursting with vigour. They are affectionate, generous and have a great empathy for fellow human beings. Their rebellious nature attracts them to adventure and deeds that call for action instead of deliberation. Optimistic, tigers have a great lot of spunk and would rather die trying than give up on their ideals. But beware; tigers are loners who dont care much for company in their quests. Though spunky, they are essentially big babies who need their egos stroked often, and boy do they have huge ones! They are high-strung and easily tense up over trivial matters, allowing jealousy and possessiveness to get into the way of better judgement. Reckless, irreverent and rebellious, tigers think rules are created only to be broken.

The Chinese zodiac signs are determined by the lunar year in which you were born. The Chinese believe the animal ruling one's birth year has a profound influence on personality, and destiny. 
The saying is: "This animal hides in your heart."

 

Years Corresponding to Chinese Zodiac Signs:

Rat19001912192419361948196019721984199620082020
Ox19011913192519371949196119731985199720092021
Tiger19021914192619381950196219741986199820102022
Rabbit19031915192719391951196319751987199920112023
Dragon19041916192819401952196419761988200020122024
Snake19051917192919411953196519771989200120132025
Horse19061918193019421954196619781990200220142026
Sheep19071919193119431955196719791991200320152027
Monkey19081920193219441956196819801992200420162028
Rooster19091921193319451957196919811993200520172029
Dog19101922193419461958197019821994200620182030
Boar19111923193519471959197119831995200720192031

The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the Chinese calendar, a lunisolar calendar. The same calendar is used in countries that have adopted the Confucian and Buddhism tradition and in many cultures influenced by the Chinese. Chinese New Year starts on the first day of the new year containing a new moon (some sources even include New Year's Eve) and ends on the Lantern Festival fourteen days later. This occurs around the time of the full moon as each lunation is about 29.53 days in duration. In the Gregorian calendar, the Chinese New Year falls on different dates each year, on a date between January 21 and February 21.