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The Tiger Year!

Hey everyone! As you know today is beginning of the Tiger Year! So lets see;

What does Tiger mean in Chinese Astrology?

Chinese Astrology dates back to the Qin Dynasty 2000 years ago. Legend has it that the Emperor of China invites all animals to the dynasty for the "Great Race". Whoever arrives at the palace first will be appreciated by the ruler. The tiger is confident that he will win the race, but finishes in third place after mouse and ox. That's why those born in the year of the Tiger are competitive people. They are known for their courage and ambition. As ambitious as they are, they are incredibly generous and passionate about helping other people. Tigers want to win, but at the same time they never stop pursuing justice.


If you were born in 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 or 2010, you were born in the year of the Tiger.

The year of the Tiger will be about making big changes. This year will be a year when we will take risks and embark on new adventures. We will begin to be enthusiastic again for ourselves and for other people. Everyone will be excited and generosity will be observed at a higher level than ever before. We will feel that it is possible to make social progress again.

Tiger is associated with Yang, that is, masculine and active energy. Tigers do their own thing and hate when others give them orders.

In conclusion, it can be said that this year is about changing careers, building a team or getting back to creative projects.

According to Chinese Astrology, this year is associated with all zodiac signs pursuing their passions, while Tigers should either play big or not play at all. You can only be rewarded for taking big risks, dear Tigers!


For the Tigers;

Lucky colors: Blue and Green

Lucky numbers: 1,3 and 7

Lucky flower: Plum blossom

Lucky direction: North

And this year's motto: "You only live once!"


Hope this year will bring beauties for all of us.


Sanem Yucesoy foodandfashionmag@gmail.com

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