Chinese New Year and Feng Shui, Year of the of the yin Wood Snake – Xuan Kong flying star, Chinese astrology for 2025

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Chinese New Year, everything you need to know about the Yin Wood Snake (Yi Si) 2025 year, and so much more.

 

© Last updated by Daniel Hanna 2024

How to make the most of the year of the Yin Wood Snake (Yi Si) with the 2025 Feng Shui Cures & Enhancers kits.

Chinese New Year 10th February 2024 – 28th January 2025
Yang Wood Dragon (Jia Chen)

Are you prepared for 2024 – The start of period 9 Feng Shui?

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Chinese New Year 2025 Year of the Yin Wood Snake

Compatible Chinese Animals Sign in 2025:
Ox, Monkey, Rooster

Incompatible Chinese animals in 2025:
Pig

Good Travel Directions in 2025
East, Southwest, West

Lucky colours for 2025:
Red, Yellow, Black

2025 Feng Shui Flying Star Chart

Chinese New Year 2025 will commence with the New Moon, and based on the Lunar calendar, this  falls on January 29, 2025. Celebrated all around the world by millions, the Lunar New Year follows the Winter Solstice and marks a time of new beginnings and fresh starts. It is a period of family reunions, where loved ones gather to welcome the New Year together. Below, you’ll find all the essential information about Chinese New Year 2025, the Year of the Yin Wood Snake.

Individuals born in the Year of the Pig may experience conflicting influences during the Year of the Yin Wood Snake. As the Pig is in opposition to the Snake, those born under this sign should be cautious of potential challenges and avoid unnecessary risks in all areas of life. By heeding the advice provided, you can navigate these difficulties and enjoy a prosperous 2025, so there’s no need to worry.

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.

 

For example:
Metal Snake: 1941, 2001
Water Snake: 1953, 2013
Wood Snake: 1965, 2025
Fire Snake: 1917, 1977
Earth Snake: 1929, 1989

Chinese animal predictions for the Year of the Snake 2025
We will be writing and publishing the Chinese animal predictions for the year of the Yin Wood Snakefor the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig around October 2024 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.

Annual afflictions for 2025:

    • Grand Duke in 2025 is in the southeast – 142.5 – 157.5 Degrees.
    • Three Killings in 2025 is in the east– 52.5 – 127.5
    • Sui Po in 2025 is in the northwest – 3222.5 – 337.5

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Holidays and observances in China in 2025

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 March 31st 2025 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 2025, the Lunar Chinese New Year, also known as the ‘Spring Festival,’ falls on the 29th of January 2025.

1 JanWednesdayNew Year’s DayNational holiday
28 JanTuesdaySpring Festival EveNational holiday
29 JanWednesdayChinese New YearNational holiday
30 JanThursdaySpring Festival Golden Week holidayNational holiday
31 JanFridaySpring Festival Golden Week holidayNational holiday
1 FebSaturdaySpring Festival Golden Week holidayNational holiday
2 FebSundaySpring Festival Golden Week holidayNational holiday
3 FebMondaySpring Festival Golden Week holidayNational holiday
12 FebWednesdayLantern FestivalObservance
1 MarSaturdayZhonghe FestivalObservance
8 MarSaturdayInternational Women’s DayHalf day holiday
12 MarWednesdayArbor DayObservance
20 MarThursdayMarch EquinoxSeason
5 AprSaturdayQing Ming JieNational holiday
1 MayThursdayLabour DayNational holiday
4 MaySundayYouth DayHalf day holiday
31 MaySaturdayDragon Boat FestivalNational holiday
1 JunSundayChildren’s DayOther Observance
21 JunSaturdayJune SolsticeSeason
1 JulTuesdayCPC Founding DayOther Observance
11 JulFridayMaritime DayOther Observance
1 AugFridayArmy DayOther Observance
29 AugFridayChinese Valentine’s DayObservance
6 SepSaturdaySpirit FestivalObservance
10 SepWednesdayTeachers’ DayObservance
23 SepTuesdaySeptember EquinoxSeason
1 OctWednesdayNational DayNational holiday
2 OctThursdayNational Day Golden Week HolidayNational holiday
3 OctFridayNational Day Golden Week holidayNational holiday
4 OctSaturdayNational Day Golden Week holidayNational holiday
5 OctSundayNational Day Golden Week holidayNational holiday
6 OctMondayNational Day Golden Week holidayNational holiday
6 OctMondayMid-Autumn FestivalNational holiday
29 OctWednesdayDouble Ninth FestivalObservance
8 NovSaturdayJournalists’ DayOther Observance
21 DecSundayDecember SolsticeSeason
25 DecThursdayChristmas DayObservance

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