He Lunar new year or, better known as Chinese New Year, start the next February 12, 2021 and will end on January 30, 2022.
This 2021, the Lunar new year corresponds to ox according to the animals of the Chinese zodiac And depending on your beliefs, this will represent a year to focus on personal relationships and career achievement.
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Do you want to know more about 2021 and the year of the ox according to the Chinese horoscope? Keep reading.
Why is it the year of the ox?
In the Chinese horoscope, the ox is located in second place, only behind the rat, so its year occurs every 12 years.
The most recent years of the ox have been: 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009 and the next will be until 2033.
What does it mean that it is the year of the ox?
According to the Chinese zodiac, the ox represents loyalty, hard work, trust, and stability. Due to its characteristics, metal is also associated with this animal.
It is also often associated with yin, which is much calmer and more passive. Simply put, the year of the ox looks like a solid, favorable, and quiet year, according to the chinese horoscope organization.
What should we expect from the year of the ox?
If you want to take advantage of this good energy of the ox, according to the Chinese zodiac, you should focus on strengthening your personal relationships, whether they are friendship, family or love.
Similarly, being an animal that represents effort, 2021 is expected to be a year in which all the work you have done is recognized; but you must also maintain the great effort to achieve your goals.
What should you do to take advantage of the Lunar New Year?
According to Chinese culture, it is advisable to wear a red ribbon if you were born in a year of the ox, because contrary to what would be expected, the fact that a year corresponds to your zodiac sign according to the Chinese horoscope could be bad luck.
Similarly, it is recommended to use the color associated with the animal, in this case white.