Here Are The Best Times To Deposit Money During Li Chun This Year

It has already been nine days into 2020 and everyone knows that Chinese New Year is approaching us really quickly.

Where has all the time gone?

Soon, it’ll be time for spring cleaning, receiving or giving out angbaos to friends and relatives, and buying new clothes for visiting!

Since it’s the start of yet another year according to the Lunar calendar, many of us would do things that are said to be auspicious for us and will “bless” us for the rest of the year.

Li Chun (立春)

So today, I’m going to be telling you about Li Chun (立春). If you don’t know what that is, then read on!

Li Chun, also known as the “Beginning of Spring”, is the very first festival of the Chinese solar year and typically falls on the third, fourth or fifth of February. This is essentially the start of a new Chinese solar year where we feel fresh, full of life, and look forward to a new beginning.

During Li Chun, it is said that you can balance an egg upright on a flat surface. This has something to do with the alignment of the moon and the sun on this day, which changes the Earth’s gravitational field. So if you don’t believe this, try it for yourself and let us know if you succeed!

During these past few years, people believe that Li Chun is the perfect day to deposit your money because it would mean that you will get steady income throughout the year. And who doesn’t want that?

Depending on your zodiac sign, there are different auspicious timings throughout the day to deposit your money.

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I mean, I’m not superstitious or what, but doing so wouldn’t hurt, right? 

According to Way Feng Shui Group, these are the best timings to deposit your money.

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If you can’t see the image above clearly, let me just break it down to you based on your zodiac sign.

Rat

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Auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 1am to 3am (Chou Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 7am to 9am (Chen Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Grey
  • Brown

Ox

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Auspicious hours:

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  • 4 February 2020 – 5pm to 7pm (You Period)
  • 4 February 2020 – 11pm to 1am (Zi Period)

Most auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • White
  • Gold

Tiger

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 7pm to 9pm (Xu Period)
  • 4 February 2020 – 9pm to 11pm (Hai Period)

Most auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:


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  • Grey
  • Brown
  • Green

Rabbit

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 7pm to 9pm (Xu Period)
  • 4 February 2020 – 9pm to 11pm (Hai Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 1pm to 3pm (Wei Period)

Most auspicious hours:


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  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Grey
  • Brown

Dragon

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 5pm to 7pm (You Period)
  • 4 February 2020 – 11pm to 1am (Zi Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • White
  • Gold

Snake

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 5pm to 7pm (You Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 1am to 3am (Chou Period)

Auspicious colours:


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  • Grey
  • Brown
  • White
  • Gold

Horse

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 7pm to 9pm (Xu Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 3am to 5am (Yin Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 1pm to 3pm (Wei Period)

Most auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Grey
  • Brown

Goat

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 9pm to 11pm (Hai Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 5am to 7am (Mao Period)

Most auspicious hours:


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  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Green
  • Grey
  • Brown

Monkey

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Auspicious hours:

  • 4 February 2020 – 11pm to 1am (Zi Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 7am to 9am (Chen Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Red
  • Orange

Rooster

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Auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 1am to 3am (Chou Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 7am to 9am (Chen Period)

Most auspicious hours:


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  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Grey
  • Brown

Dog

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Auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 3am to 5am (Yin Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 5am to 7am (Mao Period)

Most auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Green

Pig

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Auspicious hours:


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  • 5 February 2020 – 3am to 5am (Yin Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 5am to 7am (Mao Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 1pm to 3pm (Wei Period)

Most auspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 9am to 11am (Si Period)

Auspicious colours:

  • Green
  • Grey
  • Brown

Mark Your Calendars

So make sure you take down those auspicious hours and deposit your money during those timings if you want to.

Do also take note of the overall inauspicious hours:

  • 5 February 2020 – 11am to 1pm (Wu Period)
  • 5 February 2020 – 3pm to 5pm (Shen Period)

It’s up to you whether you want to believe it or not, but I wish you all the best in this new year!


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