Chinese New Year Feng Shui 2021 – everything you need to know about the Yin metal Ox (Xin Chou) year and so much more
© Updated by Daniel Hanna 1st August 2020
How to make the most of the year of the Yin Metal Ox (Xin Chou) with the 2021 Cures & Enhancers kits.
Chinese New Year 12th February 2021 – 31th January 2022
Yin Metal Ox (Xin Chou)
Are you prepared for 2021?
Compatible Chinese Animals Sign in 2021:
Snake, Rooster, and Rat
Incompatible Chinese animals in 2021:
Goat, Dragon, Horse, And Dog
Good Travel Directions in 2021:
West, northwest and southwest
Lucky colours for 2021:
Blues, golds and greens
2020 has been an eventful year so far with Covid-19 and what is expected from 2021? Well, it will be nowhere near as bad as 2020 but still troubled with many changes ahead although they can be very positive changes expected and I am looking forward to next year although it will take some time to get back to normal I think.
The beginning of Chinese New Year 2021 (according to the lunar calendar) begins on the New Moon which in 2021, will be on the 12th February 2021; this will take place after the Winter Solstice and the event is celebrated by millions of people in every single country and area of the world that you can think of. Chinese New Year is a time of new beginnings and signifies a fresh start for everyone. Chinese New Year is very much a family event where the social side of things is concerned and is a time of reunion and thanksgiving. Below you will find everything you will need to know about Chinese New Year 2021 year of the Yin Metal Ox…
Those born in the year of the Sheep/Goat could be affected by the conflicting influences of the year of the Yin Metal Ox. Although the Goat is the conflict animal of the Oxen year, those born in the year of the Goat should be aware of potential difficulties they may encounter during the year and take extra care in whatever they do without taking unnecessary risks in all aspects of their life. Regardless, if you follow the advice here you can avoid many problems and enjoy a great 2021 in our opinion so do not panic.
It should be noted that there are five different types of each Chinese Animal (fire, water, wood, earth, metal) which depends on the year you were born and each different animal will have different predictions for the year ahead; you can find out more about this in our 2021 Feng Shui guide which should be released in November 2021 so please be sure to check back on this page.
Metal Rabbit: 1951
Water Rabbit: 1963
Wood Rabbit: 1919, 1975
Fire Rabbit: 1927, 1987
Earth Rabbit: 1939, 1999
The degree of this influence varies from one person to another. One of the major considerations is the heavenly stem of the year in which one was born so if you were born in 1931 or 1991 which would be a Metal Goat, the year will not be bad at all.
Feng Shui afflicted areas in the year of the Yin Metal Oxen (Xin Chou) 2021
#2 black sickness Star this year is in the north
#5 Misfortune and sickness Star this year is in the southeast
#3 Disputes/Quarrel Star in 2021 is in the southwest
Grand Duke in 2021 is in the northeast – 22.5 – 37.5 Degrees.
Three Killings in 2021 is in the east – 52.5 – 127.5
Sui Po in 2021 is in the southwest – 202.5 – 217.5
Chinese animal predictions for the year of the Ox 2021
We will be writing and publishing the Chinese animal predictions for the year of the Yang Metal Rat for the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig around November 2020 so please keep checking this page and it would be worthwhile bookmarking this page now as there are normally over 130 pages that are uploaded for the year.
Flying stars Xuan Kong for 2021
Positive areas in 2021:
· West- #8 Annual star
· South – #1 Annual star
· East- #4 Annual star
· Centre- #6 Annual star
· Northeast- #9 Annual star
Negative areas in 2021
· Southeast (bad luck and sickness star) – #5 Annual star
· North (Sickness star) – #2 Annual star
· Southwest ( Disputes and legal issues) – #3 Annual star
· Northwest- #7 Annual star
Annual afflictions for 2021:
- Grand Duke Tai Sui Northeast, 22.5 – 37.5 degrees. – Avoid sitting facing the grand duke or disturbing him by having renovations.
- Sui Po Southwest 202.5 – 217.5 degrees
- 3 Killings East 52.5 – 127.5 degrees
Holidays and observances in China in 2021
In China, there are seven legal holidays in any year, namely New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year (Spring Festival), Qingming Festival (Tomb-Sweeping), Labour Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, and National Day.
Amongst these official holidays are four traditional Chinese holidays, which is always subject to the lunar calendar. The double third festival is on April 14th 2021 although this is only celebrated by Zhuang Nationality in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Although the solar (Hsia) calendar commences the New Year at the beginning of Spring, which usually falls between the 3rd and 4th of February, the lunar (Yueh) calendar marks the New Year on the second new moon after the winter solstice. Celebrations and festivities for the Chinese New Year are held on this date. In 2021, the Lunar Chinese New Year, which also known as ‘Spring Festival,’ falls on the 12th February 2021.
|01-Jan||Friday||New Year’s Day||National holiday|
|11-Feb||Thursday||Spring Festival Eve||National holiday|
|12-Feb||Friday||Chinese New Year||National holiday|
|13 – 17 Feb||Saturday||Spring Festival Golden Week holidays||National holiday|
|08-Mar||Monday||International Women’s Day||Half-day holiday|
|12-Mar||Friday||Arbor Day (Link to new page)||Observance|
|05-Apr||Monday||Qing Ming Jie Festival (Tomb Sweeping)||National holiday|
|01-May||Saturday||Labour Day||National holiday|
|04-May||Tuesday||Youth Day||Half-day holiday|
|01-Jun||Tuesday||Children’s Day||National holiday|
|14-Jun||Monday||Dragon Boat Festival – Duan Wu Jie||National holiday|
|01-Jul||Thursday||CPC Founding Day||Observance|
|01-Aug||Sunday||Army Day||National holiday|
|14-Aug||Saturday||Chinese Valentine’s Day||Observance|
|21-Sep||Tuesday||Mid-Autumn Festival||National holiday|
|01-Oct||Friday||National Day||National holiday|
|02-Oct||Saturday||National Day Golden Week holiday||National holiday|
|03-Oct||Sunday||National Day Golden Week holiday||National holiday|
|04-Oct||Monday||National Day Golden Week holiday||National holiday|
|05-Oct||Tuesday||National Day Golden Week holiday||National holiday|
|06-Oct||Wednesday||National Day Golden Week holiday||National holiday|
|07-Oct||Thursday||National Day Golden Week holiday||National holiday|
|14-Oct||Thursday||Double Ninth Festival||Observance|
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