Dublin Chinese Lunar New Year 2021

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Online, Tuesday 9th February - Sunday 14th February

This year’s programme celebrates the strength, resilience and energy of the mighty Ox. “Powerful and balanced, the Ox always manages to find the energy needed to get back on its feet, even when going through difficult times.” With this, we hope to bring together all cultures and communities who celebrate the Lunar New Year, despite the difficult times that we have all endured.

This year, our programme consists of talks, performances, visual arts, workshops, music and family friendly events.

About the OX

The zodiac sign Ox occupies the second position in the Chinese Zodiac. The 12 zodiac animals are, in order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.

The year of the Metal Ox brings career advancement, success in business, prosperity, and wellness for all zodiac signs. The Ox year of 2021 is under the influence of the metal element, just like the Year of the Rat 2020.

The ox is praised in Chinese culture for its hard-working nature, its dependability, and its sheer strength, enabling farmers to get the most out of their land. People born in the year of the ox – recent years include show these positive traits too. They are honest, courageous, diligent, and have a high sense of responsibility. Whatever setbacks come their way, they never give up and advance surely and steadily to reach their goals.


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Tuesday 9th February - Sunday 14th February
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