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Don’t Miss Out on the “Year of the Dragon, Dragon Moon, Dragon Sun, Dragon Hour” – Here’s Another Chance!

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This year’s second “Year of the Dragon, Dragon Moon, Dragon Sun, Dragon Hour” is here, but many may have missed it. The special event took place on April 22 from 7:00 to 9:00, leaving office workers in a rush as they only discovered the significance of the day upon arriving at work.

For those who missed the gathering of the four “dragons”, there is still another opportunity to witness it. According to Wang Kechao, director of science popularization at the Purple Mountain Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, there will be another chance to see the “Year of the Dragon, Dragon Moon, Dragon Sun, Dragon Hour” on May 4 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

The calculation of the “Year of the Dragon, Moon of the Dragon, Sun of the Dragon, Hour of the Dragon” is based on the stems and branches of traditional Chinese timekeeping. The dragon holds a unique position in Chinese culture and is considered auspicious. The heavenly stems and earthly branches are matched to determine the special day.

The chronology of the stems and branches corresponds to each year, with the dragon ranking fifth in the cycle of 60 years. By calculating the AD year and converting it into the stem and branch year, one can determine the corresponding “dragon year”.

The Dragon Moon, which is associated with the 12 months in the traditional Chinese calendar, is determined based on the synodic month.

As for the Dragon Time, the ancients divided the day and night into 12 hours, corresponding to the twelve earthly branches. The Chen hour, or Dragon hour, is from 7:00 to 9:00 in the morning.

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Although some may have missed the wave of blessing this morning, there is still a chance to experience the magic of the “Year of the Dragon, Dragon Moon, Dragon Sun, Dragon Hour” on May 4. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity for good luck and blessings.

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