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September 20, 2021 auspicious and ominous times the Yellow calendar inquires whether today is an auspicious day

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our life is in our own hands. If you don't take the initiative to grasp it, many opportunities will slip away from your hands. At this time, you may seem very at a loss. We must appear confident enough to face all kinds of challenges in life with an unusually open mind. Choosing an auspicious day is also a challenge for yourself.

2021年9月20日吉时凶时黄历查询 今天是黄道吉日吗

is September 20, 2021 the auspicious day of the zodiac [lunar calendar] August 14, 2021 [Gregorian calendar] September 20, 2021 [Ganzhi] Xin Chou year + Ding you month + Xin Wei day [xiangchong] Yang richong (Yichou) Niu [shisha] shisha West [auspicious time] 11:00-13:00 PM [happy God] Southwest [God of fortune] northwest [God of wealth] due east [Twelve Gods] hold the position of [God of value] jade Hall (Zodiac day)

today's time detailed explanation of good and bad times good and bad times son Chou Yin Mao has not applied for Youxu Hai at noon. What's the good time today: 01:00 ~ 02:59 (Chou time), 07:00 ~ 08:59 (Chen time) 11: 00 ~ 12:59 (noon), 13:00 ~ 14:59 (Weishi), 19:00 ~ 20:59 (Xushi), 21:00 ~ 22:59 (Haishi)

2021年9月20日吉时凶时黄历查询 今天是黄道吉日吗

today in history 1863: the British and American concessions of Shanghai were officially merged and renamed "Shanghai public concession". In 1865, Zeng Guofan and Li Hongzhang, officials of the Westernization faction of the Qing Dynasty, established the Jiangnan Machinery Manufacturing General Administration in Shanghai, becoming the most important military factory in the late Qing Dynasty. 1870: Franco Prussian War 1912: Yuan Shikai ordered the whole country to respect Confucius. 1914: the Chinese revolutionary party held a meeting in Tokyo, Japan, and determined that "blue sky, white sun and red earth" was the national flag of the Republic of China. 1932: Mahatma Gandhi, the leader of the Indian national movement, began a hunger strike in prison, demanding that 140 seats be reserved for Dalits in the Hindu voter list. 1945: the Indian Congress party held a Mumbai conference under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and Nehru, rejected the British proposal for India's autonomy and asked the British to leave India. 1946: the first Cannes Film Festival was held in Cannes, France. 1950: the national emblem of the people's Republic of China was born. 1954: the first constitution of the people's Republic of China was adopted at the first session of the first National People's Congress. 1958: China University of science and technology was established. 1963: US President Kennedy proposed the United States and the Soviet Union to jointly explore the moon at the United Nations General Assembly. 1964: the government of the Republic of China arrested Peng Mingmin, a Taiwan independence element and professor of Taiwan University, for the crime of rebellion. 1965: Taipei National Palace Museum was established. 1981: China successfully launched three satellites by one carrier rocket for the first time. 1985: North and South Korean art troupes and home visiting groups exchanged visits for the first time through the Panmunjom military demarcation line. 1986: China's first modern offshore oil production platform was completed. 1987: Wang Yunfeng and others sent China's first e-mail to Karlsruhe University in West Germany, which was the first time that Chinese people used the Internet. 1989: Dai Clark became president of South Africa.

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