• Chinese New Year of the Metal Ox

    Welcome to the Chinese New Year! On February 12, the Metal Rat from last year will be replace with the Metal Ox for this year. So, the quarrelsome Rat is gone and the hard-working Ox is here. What will that mean for 2021? First, let’s get to know Chinese Astrology a bit. The Chinese New Year begins on a different date each year and is astrologically based. It starts at sunset on the second New Moon after the Winter Solstice, in China. There are some differences between Western and Chinese Astrol…