The Ox belongs to the Yin group of animals. This is the second sign of the Chinese horoscope, check from 1 hour to 3 in the morning.
Winter is the season of good fortune for the Ox, with January being its peak. The sign of Capricorn corresponds to the Ox in the European zodiac. Green is the color that makes them happy. Because summer brings many hardships associated with hard work, the Ox is happy when he is born in winter. Summer bulls, on average, have a difficult life filled with problems until the end of their days. The Ox's childhood and youth are relatively uncomplicated.
They study, work, and don't have time to do anything stupid. Because the Ox is a dream animal, he is frequently haunted by disappointment in his later years. Perhaps this is why they are oblivious to the outbursts of others, sometimes even making them laugh.
They have marital problems in the second half of their lives. Partners are frequently offended by their partners' indifference and begin to blame themselves for the lack of romance in their home. If the Ox does not take the time to use his common sense to solve these problems, he risks ruining his life. They face difficulties in old age as well, and if they overcome them, the winter of life will be very peaceful.