Happy Chinese New Year 2021 – Year of the Ox!

The 2021 Chinese New Year’s Day is February 12th and in 2021 it is the Year of the Ox.

According to the Chinese horoscope 2021, the Ox (Buffalo) is the governing zodiac sign from Lunar New Year day 2021’s and during the entire Chinese lunar year, which ends on January 31st, 2022.

Every Chinese zodiac year is defined by one of the five elements. The upcoming 2021 will be the year of the Metal Ox. In Chinese culture, the Ox is a valued animal because of its role in agriculture, and positive characteristics, such as being hardworking and honest, are attributed to it. So the message for the year couldn’t be clearer; success will come to those who work hard…

You are a Metal Ox if you are born in 1961 or in 2021. In 2021, you are 60 years old or a newborn baby. Your lucky number is 38.

Personality and Characteristics
Oxen are honest and earnest. They are low key and never look for praise or to be the centre of attention. This often hides their talent, but they’ll gain recognition through their hard work.

They believe that everyone should do what is asked of them and stay within their boundaries. Though they are kind, it’s difficult for them to understand persuasion using pathos. Rarely losing their temper, they think logically and make great leaders.

Men born in the Ox year are reliable and trustworthy. They put their entire heart into everything they do. They feel great responsibility towards their family as well, however, due to their confidence (almost arrogance), they don’t allow anyone to go against their rules. They hold their children to high expectations, even though it might be unrealistic.

Women born in the Ox year are calm and gentle. They will never surrender to fate and rarely think of choosing an alternative. This no doubt leads to a life of struggle, but no matter what, they will walk down the road they choose until the end. Despite this stubbornness, they think and react quickly.

Lucky things for Oxen
Colours – blue, yellow, green
Numbers – 1, 4
Flowers – Lily of the Valley and Lucky Bamboo
Directions of auspiciousness – East, Southeast
Directions of wealth – Northwest
Directions of love – South

Unlucky things
Colors – red, brown
Numbers – 3, 6

Lifestyle and Health
The 2021 Chinese horoscope for the Year of the Ox advises you to favor the fresh air of the countryside or the mountains to recharge your batteries and stay healthy. As the Metal element refers directly to the lungs, beware of respiratory infections.

Money, Career, Fortune
In 2021, those who conduct their business with seriousness and commitment will be able to benefit from their labours. At work, all Chinese zodiac signs will go through a more lucid and methodical phase of reconsidering their priorities.

Celebrities born in the Year of the Ox
Charlie Chaplin, George Clooney, Barack Obama, David Hockney, Peter Paul Rubens, Vincent Van Gogh, Cédric Villani, Sergey Brin, Bernard Arnault, Diana Princess of Wales, Walt Disney, King Henri IV of France, Napoleon I, Larry Page, Albert Camus, Marc Lévy, Mylène Farmer, Wengie, Eugene Lee Yang, Bruno Mars, Michael Phelps, Dominic Sandoval, Wayne Rooney, Toby Turner, Chris Paul, Keira Knightley, Arden Cho, Jungkook (BTS member)

Love, friends, family and births in 2021
CNY 2021 heralds the importance of the family, in particular the well-being and education of children. Indeed, the Metal Yin element of the Chinese year 2021 is a clear indicator of the sentiment and of family priorities in the Year of the Ox.

Is the year 2021 a good year to have a baby?
In the Asian tradition, the Years of the Ox are considered to be good years to contemplate a new birth in the family. With the exception of the Goat, all the Chinese zodiac signs can calmly contemplate the birth of a baby during the Year of the Ox 2021. The most favored Chinese zodiac signs for having a baby in 2021 are the parents born during the Years of the Ox, the Snake, the Rat and/or the Rooster.

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