Stephen Chow is a Hong Kong actor and director. He is known for his comedic roles and martial arts skills, which have made him one of the most famous actors in Hong Kong.

Chow was born on June 22, 1962, in Hong Kong. He grew up in poverty and learned martial arts as a way to defend himself against bullies. Although this was his passion, his true talent was in acting and directing movies.

Career-wise, Stephen Chow's first movie, "Final Justice," was released in 1988. Since then, he has starred in more than 100 movies and TV shows.

In addition to being an actor, Chow also directs his own films. His most exciting and rather recent project was "The Mermaid," which grossed over $500 million worldwide at the box office and won Best Picture at the 2016 Golden Horse Awards.

Personality According to His Bazi Chart

Stephen Chow is a perfectionist. He expects the best from his work, and he also expects the best of himself. He's not afraid to call himself out when he feels he has failed, and it's that exact attitude that has made him such a successful actor and director.

However, Stephen Chow has a bad temper according to his chart, which is one of his biggest weaknesses. He often hurts people with his words, and can't always control what comes out of his mouth. He is quick to react when things don't go as he planned. He has a very good memory for names and faces which makes him great at networking events but also leads him to make snap judgments about people before getting to know them better. This fiery personality makes him extremely hard to work with. This is due to the fire element in his career pillar which clashes against his self-element of metal, making him an extremely weak yin metal element. 

In addition, despite his successful movies, his high expectations in career-related matters have led to some financial difficulties for him at times—he has said in interviews that he does not know how to manage money well. He may not be very wise in spending his resources which leads him to be challenged in money matters, not because of his level of intelligence but rather his impulsiveness. 

Stephen Chow and His Luck

Stephen Chow's dynamic luck is very positive and progressive, which means that he has likely gained new skills and knowledge during his 15 to 54 years of age. He will be able to pick up excellent life skill sets effortlessly during this time period, which result in him developing a strong talent for acting. Having a passion and liking to do something can be seen from the chart, but being good at something is rather more of a choice as hours and hours will need to be put into perfecting his skills. 

Stephen Chow also somewhat grew in his network and friends, which could help him grow his career. This period of learning will be followed by 20 years of wealth luck denoted by the metal element luck cycle. During this time, Stephen Chow will be able to control his authority and his wealth stars better than before.

Currently, Stephen Chow is undergoing a period of water luck. This is a period of increased significance for him, and he will need to take care to ensure that his career remains stable because there is also a Horse and Rat clash during this period of his life, which can provide to be a very unstable and volatile period. 

Moreover, an additional hurting officer star also needs to be watched out for as it could cause relationship problems with people, especially those that can escalate into something serious such as a lawsuit. He should try to remain down-to-earth and humble during this period in order to help him avoid any further problems that may arise.

Final Thoughts

In Bazi, luck is a cycle. It comes in and out like a tide. Sometimes it reminds us that there is a time for everything, and other times it leaves us with a deep sense of loss.

It keeps us rooted and brings us back to the basics of what should be the most important things, like family and relationships.

When we go through success, we need to be reminded of the cycle of yin and yang and that it is not forever—and that even success has its downsides. When we go through failure or crisis, we need to remember that sometimes our misfortunes are blessings in disguise.

The best thing about this annual cycle is that it can provide solutions on how we can solve and improve our situation. It will help us take inventory of what we have done well so far, but more importantly, figure out where we went wrong so that we can do better next year.

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