People under the sign of the rat will experience both good and bad luck in the year of the rabbit. Money matters promise to be good, and academic success awaits them. They can also look forward to promotion at work. They should avoid arguments, and caution is advised before decisions are made. They are also advised to abide by the law and keep away from unhealthy practices. If they do this, they can turn bad luck into good.
Money: Finances are looking up. Don’t be afraid of a little hard work, and this will pay dividends in the end. You might meet someone who will promote you or give you a raise.
Love: Your love life promises to be stable, albeit with unforeseen twists and turns. The as-yet unmarried among you will be looking to tie the knot. It is important to have the courage to express how you feel, or you might miss your chance.
Health: Your health will remain stable, without any major illness. You have to avoid mishaps and going out late at night.
The year of the rabbit will not go entirely smoothly for people under the sign of the ox, with problems originating from an organization or your family. Get your internal affairs in order before turning to external issues. Taking part in all kinds of social groups will bring you good luck.
Money: Finances may well be precarious this year. Best to save money and not fritter it away. Invest with caution. Be careful with large investments.
Love: Your love life might be a tad rocky this year. Both men and women will be thinking their partner doesn’t understand them. Be considerate, and try not to be overly critical of your other half.
Health: Health will be a worry for people born in the year of the ox this year. Beware of minor ailments and avoid losing your temper.
A: I’m getting bored of eating instant noodles. B: Me too. Let’s order a food delivery to ring the changes. I could murder a steak and fries with bearnaise sauce. A: I was just dreaming about a big bowl of braised pork belly rice with a stewed egg and pickles. B: Wait a minute, isn’t there a danger that we could infect the delivery person? A: 我開始厭倦吃泡麵了。 B: 我也是。我們來點外送，換換花樣吧。我現在可以嗑掉一整塊淋上伯那西醬的牛排跟薯條。 A: 我剛剛才在幻想面前有一大碗滷肉飯，配滷蛋跟醃醬菜。 B: 等一下，我們會不會有感染送貨員的危險啊？ English 英文: Chinese 中文:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts recently announced that it has canceled Crystal Boys, a classic gay-themed stage play by Creative Society. The two shows were originally rescheduled from March 21 and 22 to April 25 and 26, but in the end anticipation turned to disappointment. The stage play is an adaptation of writer Kenneth Pai’s famous novel Crystal Boys. The story about Taipei’s gay community was serialized in the late 1970s and published in the early 1980s. The book is one of the earliest literary works dealing with LGBT issues in Taiwan, and
A: It’s only day three of the quarantine, but I’m already getting cabin fever. Do you think it would be OK to take a bit of exercise in the park? B: No way! If we go outside, we’ll be putting others at risk. A: Even if we keep our distance? B: I just think we shouldn’t take the risk. We have to stay inside to protect the elderly and vulnerable people. A: 今天才是隔離的第三天，我已經感覺有幽閉恐懼症了。你覺得去外面公園運動一下可以嗎？ B: 不行！如果我們出門，就會陷其他人於感染的風險中。 A: 就算我們保持距離也不行嗎？ B: 我只是覺得我們不應該冒這個險。我們必須留在家裡，才能保護老年人和身體虛弱的人。 English 英文: Chinese 中文: