Chinese Astrology

“The Tiger”

outspoken, adventurous, unconventional, and enthusiastic
aggressive, arrogant, short-tempered, and anxious
Dragon, Horse, or Dog
Ox, Snake, or Monkey
1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022
The Tiger, called “the king of the animals” in China, is usually the center of attention. They are born with leadership skills and they are respected by others. Tigers are suited to any career as leaders. Tigers are energetic and have great enthusiasm at work.
The powerful Tiger features prominently in Chinese mythology and art, usually pictured chasing away evil. Babies are given Tiger shoes to protect them, and Tiger charms are known to give courage and scare away the three evils: theft, fire, and ghosts.

Tigers are known for their powerful energy. They are passionate, intelligent, charismatic, courageous, ambitious, and extremely enthusiastic. They are independent, prefer being in charge, and resistant to others’ authority. They can act rashly when they follow their intense feelings.
Tigers are outspoken, adventuresome, and can be unconventional. Tigers may have a certain innocence and optimism. They can be genuine humanitarians with a deep desire to help those in need, and their enthusiasm can be contagious to others.
Tigers are the symbol of brave. People born in the year of the Tiger are friendly, brave, competitive, charming and endowed with good luck and authority. With indomitable fortitude and great confidence, the tiger people can be competent leaders.