The Year of the Ox
The second animal in the twelve-year Chinese zodiac cycle is the Ox. Those born in the Year of the Ox (see dates at the end), are known for being the hard workers of the animal horoscope. They are believed to get things done as they are reliable, trustworthy and responsible. They are tenacious and persistent and are willing to climb the proverbial difficult mountain, knowing that the views will be well worth the arduous journey.
People born under the sign of the Ox work hard to achieve great success and, alongside worthy accomplishments, they also strive for stability.
Both endeavors are helped by their talents for being pragmatic and determined.
The Ox person is gifted with courage and common sense. Integrity is theirs and so is a healthy dose of self-confidence.
The Ox sign believes in tradition and is the zodiac animal that represents the "uncluttered mind".
Years of the OX:
Feb 11, 1937 to Jan 30, 1938;
Jan 29, 1949 to Feb 16, 1950;
Feb 15, 1961 to Feb 4, 1962;
Feb 3, 1973 to Jan 22, 1974;
Feb 20, 1985 to Feb 8, 1986;
Feb 7, 1997 to Jan 27, 1998;
Jan 26, 2009 to Feb 13, 2010;
Feb 12, 2021 to Jan 31, 2022.