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Rab­bit and Ox? It's not ex­actly a天作之合( ti`nzu7 zh~ h9, a match made in heaven). He may have seemed steady when you first met, but he'll turn out as stub­born as, well, an ox. And you? You are too timid to chal­lenge him. More bad news: Ill feng shui awaits you as a Rab­bit in the Year of the Rooster due to犯太岁( f3n t3isu#, of­fend­ing Tai Sui, or God of the planet Jupiter). Your hus­band, on the con­trary, will have 吉星高照( j!x~ng g`zh3o, a lucky star shin­ing over­head). He will re­ceive 贵人相助( gu#r9n xi`ng zh&, an aus­pi­cious per­son of­fer­ing help), and it will be a year when his事业上升 ( sh#y- sh3ng­sh8ng, en­ter­prise rises). I also see a bit of桃花( t1ohu`, peach blos­som, re­fer­ring to ro­man­tic af­fairs) in his near fu­ture. I think the signs are clear: He will get a big pro­mo­tion, make a lot of money, and dump you. You'd bet­ter pre­pare for that. The heav­enly cy­cles don't lie.

Got ques­tions for our Agony Ayi? Send them to agonyayi@ the­world­ofchi­nese.com

(BUT YOU PROB­A­BLY WON'T LIKE THEM) I am a Rab­bit and my hus­band is an Ox. Can you tell me our for­tune in the com­ing Year of the Rooster? Zo­diac Zelda

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