Chinese Ox Sign
The Chinese Ox is steady and true. Their methodical approach to life is slow, but effective. They will work until the job is done. They pay close attention to the details and think that a job worth doing is a job worth doing well. They are not into the social scene and prefer to spend time with those they love. They appear to be calm and unruffled on the outside, but inside they may be lonely or hurting. They often hold positions of responsibility and authority due to their trustworthiness. If they aren't careful, they may become workaholics.
The Ox can be stubborn. They don't like others to push them. They are smart and trustworthy. Their honor is very important to them. The Chinese Ox is a great person to go to for straightforward, unbiased advice. They may tend to be a bit judgmental if they aren't careful. They also have quite a temper at times. They are punctual and neat. They have a long memory and will move heaven and earth to repay their debts. They detest asking someone else for help, even if it takes them forever to finish their project. They expect to get ahead through their own talents and hard work.
The Chinese Ox is usually healthy and will live a long life. They tend not to give themselves enough relaxation time. They could really use some ways to relieve stress.
Ox likes a good work routine. They are productive, especially when they work on their own. They make excellent archaeologists, horticulturalists, mechanics, bankers, military officers, and carpenters. They are observant and responsible.
The Ox doesn't like small talk flirting is a waste of time. When they find the perfect companion, they will be loyal for life. Relationships may be difficult to maintain as they tend to blame others when things aren't going well and they can be somewhat overbearing. If they seek an outside opinion on their date, it can help them make a better choice. They often shoulder more than their share in a relationship. They may be hard to approach at first, but this improves as they get to know you.
The Chinese Ox is most compatible with Rats and Roosters. They are least compatible with Horses and Tigers.
Different years are assigned different elements, which can affect each sign. The five elements are metal, water, wood, fire and earth.
Metal Ox (1901, 1961) is very strong. They are hard working and will be willing to do whatever it takes to achieve their end. They may have a hard time deciphering the feelings of others.
Water Ox (1913, 1973) is flexible and has an easier time understanding the thoughts and feelings of other people. They are patient, sincere and clever. They are rather fun to be around.
Wood Ox (1925, 1985) is a great person to have on a team. They have a strong work ethic and are confident. They are very moral and make a good leader. They may be outspoken and rather quick tempered.
Fire Ox (1937, 1997) is a natural born leader. They are often in important positions at work and in their community. They do have short tempers and may be rather impulsive.
Earth Ox (1949, 2009) is successful due to their diligence. They are modest and reliable. People can tell they are very sincere.
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