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Good day to start work after Chinese New Year! 开工吉日!

Have you planned your Chinese New Year leaves? When are you resuming work after the Chinese New Year break? Which day do you start work this year after Chinese New Year Holidays? Start on Monday? Tuesday? or Wednesday?

Do you believe in Feng Shui? If yes then you may follow the chart below to choose a good day to start work after CNY by your 生肖. Check out which date is best for you to start work and get the best out of the year ahead! Auspicious day to start work? 开工吉日? Plan your holidays. =)


Happy Chinese New Year and Gong Xi Fatt Chai.

Good day to start work after Chinese New Year!
Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake

Good day to start work after Chinese New Year!
Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig

Good day to start work after Chinese New Year!

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  1. Hi, Do you have the chart of ” Good day to start work after Chinese New Year” in 2013??? Thanks.

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    • Hi Juin,

      I have not search for it yet.

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  2. Hi, do you able to get it? Thanks.

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