Auspicious Days to Commence Business in the Year of the Ox (2021)

Here are some auspicious days to commence business after the Chinese New Year break in the Year of the Ox (2021).

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Saturday 13th Feb 2021 (2nd Lunar Day)

This is a Full day. It is a good day to commence business and also good for those involved in construction activities. Try to start work between 9 am and 11 am. Those born in the year of the Dog should avoid using this date.

Monday 15th Feb 2021 (4th Lunar Day)

This is a Set day. This is a very auspicious day and is good for most activities. Try to start work between 1 pm and 3 pm. Those born in the year of the Rat should avoid using this date.

Sunday 21 February 2021 (10th Lunar Day)

This is an Open Day. This is a very auspicious day and is good for most activities. Since the following Monday is not auspicious, you can do a symbolic start on this day. Try to start work between 11 am and 1 pm. Those born in the year of the Horse should avoid using this date.

Tuesday 23 February 2021 (12th Lunar Day)

This is an Establish Day. It is a good day to commence business and also good for those involved in construction activities. Try to start work between 11 am and 1 pm. Those born in the year of the Monkey should avoid using this date.

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