According to one legend, Buddha invited all the animals to his kingdom, but unfortunately, only a total of 12 turned up, the mouse was naturally the first, followed by the ox, then tiger, the rabbit and so on. Out of gratitude, Buddha decided to name the year after each of the animals in their order of arrival. The order remains the same, with the rat beginning the cycle and the pig ending it.
The Chinese have given interesting characteristics to these various animals and to the people who are born under their sign. This time, the Year of the Ox begins on February 12. People born in the Year of the Ox are thought to be patient, to speak little, and to inspire confidence in others. Supposedly, ox people have fierce tempers and, although they speak little, when they do speak, they are quite eloquent. They are also mentally and physically alert. Generally easy-going, they can be remarkably stubborn, and they hate to fail or to be opposed. If a person has the temper of an ox, no one can make him change his mind once he makes a decision, whether he is right or wrong.
As the Chinese New Year approaches, we wish that the year of the ox will bring you good health, good fortune and prosperous career!
In order to celebrate the traditional Spring Festival, the company is scheduled for a 7 day holiday which is from 10 Jan 2021 to 17 Jan 2021. We will be back to work on 18 Jan 2021. Your understanding will be highly appreciated if our holiday brings you any inconveniences.
We are looking forward to your support in the coming new year and we hope we can have better cooperation and make brilliant business!