YEARLY CHINESE HOROSCOPES

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Chinese Astrology is based on the lunar (Moon) calendar. Each Chinese sign lasts more or less for a year, beginning with the New Moon in the Sun Sign of Aquarius. This New Moon can fall at any time between early January and late February. Every twelfth year will be the year of the same animal - the Year of the Tiger begins on 1st February 2022 and the next Tiger year will not begin until 20th January 2034.

According to Chinese tradition, the signs were given their names by Buddha, five centuries before the birth of Christ. As Buddha lay dying he asked all the animals in the world to come to visit him and say farewell. Only twelve did so, and to thank them he offered each one their own year, so they would become immortal. The names of the Chinese Astrological Signs (in Chinese Zodiac order) are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Hen/Rooster, Dog and Pig.

Find out what's in store for you this coming Chinese year. Don't know your Chinese Sign? Click here to discover your Chinese Zodiac Sign.


THE CHINESE YEAR OF THE TIGER BY CHINESE SIGN

Rat RAT
Official recognition and help from above are due to the authority of the Tiger. People in high places can be replied upon at last. Projects which have been slow to come to fruition will now be resolved. Spring brings fresh hope.

Ox OX
There are likely to be problems with people in authority or government departments. However, despite the odds being stacked against you, you have right on your side and will succeed in the end. Persevere.

Tiger TIGER
An energetic year for you, bringing personal success and the accomplishment of short-term objectives. Those looking for promotion should not be afraid to put their names forward.

Rabbit RABBIT
A hectic year in which it is possible to achieve great success, provided you make the effort to apply yourself to the task in hand. It reveals rewards for one's own efforts, rather than unexpected good fortune.

Dragon DRAGON
There is potential for career improvement and recognition for successful achievement of your objectives. The greater the effort made during this fruitful year, the more welcome the rewards will be.

Snake SNAKE
This is a year likely to be beset by problems. In legal matters, take the easy option - fighting for your rights may bring a hollow victory. Withdraw gracefully and return to the fray later.

Horse HORSE
A highly productive and creative year when new ideas can be undertaken with confidence. For all matters - career, business and relationships - this year is very productive.

Sheep SHEEP
This year marks the end of an unsatisfactory phase. At last it will be possible to start thinking about the future. Use the time constructively, gathering your resources in readiness.

Monkey MONKEY
It is best not to get into situations which may cause problems with authority. Do not take risks in your business and ensure that papers and documents are in order. Faced with a confrontation by someone in a higher position, try to delay the interview.

Hen HEN
Not a good year to get into arguments with people in authority as the outcome may not be worth the effort. Do not try to prove a point as this will only infuriate your opponent and make your position more uncomfortable.

Dog DOG
A fruitful year when it is advisable to move swiftly. Prospects are highly promising and whether the question of the moment is about a career move, a new relationship or a change of location, the time is ripe. South-west is a favourable direction at this time.

Pig PIG
A difficult year which might bring you into conflict with superiors or government officials. If you intend to so anything likely to need official approval, pay close to attention to applications and forms and ensure they are filled out correctly.

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