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Chinese New Year of the Ox begins on Friday, February 12, 2021 in China's time zone. This day is the new moon day of the first Chinese lunar month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar system.

The zodiac sign Ox occupies the second position in the Chinese Zodiac. The 12 zodiac animals are, in order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.

Having an honest nature, the Ox is known for diligence, dependability, strength and determination. These reflect traditional conservative characteristics. The male Ox strongly patriotic, has ideals and ambitions for life, and attach importance to family and work. The female Ox make traditional, faithful wives, who attach great importance to their children's education.

The Ox will have a definite plan with detailed steps before taking any action, they apply their strong faith and physical strength to any task. As a result, people of the Ox zodiac sign often enjoy great success. The Ox is weakest in communication skills and often think it is not worthwhile to exchange ideas with others. They are stubborn and stick to their own ways. They prefer to stay alone and enjoy solitude instead of participating in group activities. They treat their friends sincerely and rely heavily on friendship. The Ox is strong and robust; they can enjoy a fairly healthy and long life, fulfilled with little illness.

The Year of the Ox is synonymous with hard work, discipline, loyalty and appreciation of reality. 2021 will be a better year for almost all the signs of the Chinese Zodiac who had difficulties with money or career in 2020, a year dominated by turmoil and economic crisis. The Year of the Ox calls for mental dexterity and calmness to reduce aggression using common sense and wisdom. The calm demeanor of the Ox will spread peace over the world. This year people will be more healthy and peace will return to the earth.

2021 will be the 4719th year of the Chinese calendar.

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Your General Orders remain the same: "First,do no harm."
Second, “Do unto others as you would have done unto yourself.”
Third, "Live and let live."

This is the message for the Year of the Ox.

"Make the world a better place for having passed this way..." Edward Bok

Live Long and Prosper
Happy Chinese New Year of the Ox!

I remain,
Ashida Kim

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