Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Monkey and Ox Zodiac Signs.
Monkey Years of Birth: 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Checking the Chinese zodiac will tell you much about your personality. Depending on your Chinese sign, you will have different personality traits, strengths, and weaknesses. Relationships depend on how your personality interacts with your mate's, and how well you balance each other's weaknesses, so the Chinese horoscope can also tell you which signs are the most compatible with yours for long-term happiness.
If you are a Monkey, you probably have a few schemes on the go right now. Monkeys are quick and clever, and are always thinking of new ideas. They have trouble, however, when it comes to committing themselves to their plans, and as a result you are likely to find Monkeys bouncing from job to job and relationship to relationship. Monkeys are expert charmers and seducers, and never have any trouble getting a job, closing a sale, or getting someone to fall in love with them. Their weakness lays in their tendency to get bored once the challenge is gone.
If an Ox has caught your eye, you might be impressed by her ability to get the job done, no matter what, which is a trait you often lack. You might admire her dedication and honesty. Oxen are confident, because they know they can get the job done. An Ox is never intimidated, because she knows what her plan is and sticks to it-the opinion of others is irrelevant. If you get her mad though-watch out! An Ox in a rage is not a pretty sight.
Oxen are concerned with security.
They like to work hard and provide for their family. An Ox may be a good match for a Monkey in this regard, because she may provide extra finances for those times when a Monkey's schemes fall through. You will find that an Ox will be content to be the giver in the relationship, which is good because, as a Monkey, you are prone to selfishness.
Oxen are great leaders but don't crave the spotlight. If you marry an Ox, she will work hard for you and the security of the family, but won't mind if you hog the attention. If the need arises, however, she won't hesitate to take the lead. Such a dependable person may be exactly what you need to tame you a little. On the other hand, since Oxen are independent and not demanding, you will still be able to center your life around yourself.
You must be careful if you wish to have a relationship with an Ox. Oxen make great mates, but they do not appreciate being laughed at or made light of. Since you have this tendency, you must take great care not to make your love the butt of your many jokes. The anger this will stir will harm the relationship a great deal. If you can respect your mate-reigning in your sometimes hurtful sense of humor and remaining faithful-this can be a productive and stable relationship. An Ox is definitely worth putting in this small effort in order to keep her.