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Chinese New Year – The Year of the Water Tiger

Chinese New Year – The Year of the Water Tiger

Saying goodbye to the Ox, tomorrow is the first day of the Year of the Tiger! Have you thought about what’s waiting for us during this New Year and also do you know why it’s called the Year of the Tiger?

According to Chinese astrology, each year corresponds to one of the twelve animals, which are Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Goat, Monkey, Rosster, Goat, Dog and Pig.

The Chinese Year of the Metal Ox is coming to an end and on the 1st of February 2022 we will welcome the New Year of the Water Tiger that will last until 21st of January 2023.

A Water Tiger Year occurs every 60 years and it comes from Tiger’s five elements, which are Wood, Fire, Earth, Gold and Water. 2022, as the Year of Water Tiger will bring prosperity to all of us, as Tiger is a symbol of strength, braveness and exorcising evils in China.

Chinese people believe that staying up on Chinese New Year’s Eve (31st of January) and saying positive wishes to your friends and relatives will bring you good luck for the rest of the year.

The year of the Water Tiger means that all of us will go through all kinds of significant changes, so be prepared that your life can look a little bit different next year. The water element represents wealth, therefore we can definitely expect the prosperity, health and abundance during this upcoming Chinese New Year.

During this year, we are advised to trust our instincts and people with strong self-confidence that naturally take risks – will only gain.

If you want to find out more about what this year brings for you, click here to check your Chinese zodiac sign.

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