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Ox Chinese Zodiac

By: Gail Leino

Individuals born under the Ox Chinese Zodiac are often recognized for their ability to lead. Those people who are born under the sign of the Ox are strict individuals who maintain discipline and get the job done. They will not, however, stop other people from living any way they choose to. Like the animal they are named after, individuals who are born under the sign of the Ox Chinese Zodiac may be seen as standoffish, arrogant, and even awkward. They are never tricky, not particularly quick-witted, and they do not tend to think of how their actions will affect others. Instead, they just kind of charge through life following a strong set of principles and values that include honesty and integrity.

Individuals born under the Ox make excellent soldiers and construction team leaders. They are not prone to listening to excuses or accepting delays as a result of another individual’s weaknesses. This level of focus and commitment makes them excellent supervisors but makes them less than perfect in the areas of politics, foreign affairs or any type of public relation work. Those born under the Ox Chinese Zodiac do not have an easily seen sense of humor and instead must work very hard to develop a sense of humor in order to be seen as less uptight. In addition, those who are born under the sign of the Ox may consider themselves to be the moral compass for those around them. They are self-reliant and do not necessarily ask for, nor want, any help in attaining their goals. They are cautious, and take little risks in their physical world or their financial investments.

Ox Chinese Zodiac individuals will get along great with roosters, rats, and snakes the best. There will be some real conflict if an individual born under the Ox tries to settle down with someone born under the Tiger Chinese Zodiac. They are absolutely the least compatible. Relationships between Ox and Sheep or Ox and Horse are only marginally better than the Ox and Tiger and should probably be avoided for the best results. The Ox is said to be the sign of those individuals born in 1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985 and 1997.

About the Author

Mrs. Party... Gail Leino takes a common sense approach to planning and organizing events, celebrations and holiday parties with unique ideas for birthday party supplies and fun free educational party games. She explains proper etiquette and living a healthy life while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts. The Party Supplies Hut has lots of party ideas with hundreds of free coloring sheets, printable games, and free birthday party activities. What is your Chinese zodiac sign? Find out more info and get Chinese Zodiac Party Supplies for holidays, birthdays and special events.