Gung Hay Fat Choy:
February 1st is the start of the Chinese New Year which is celebrated throughout the world by hundreds of millions of Chinese in every corner of the globe. 2022 celebrates the year of the Tiger according to the Chinese zodiac, starting from February 1st, 2022, and lasting until January 21st, 2023.
People born in a year of the Tiger are predicted to be brave, competitive, unpredictable, and confident. People born in the year of the Tiger can also expect good fortune, good health and good luck during the lunar New Year. Tiger people were born in the years 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, and 2022.
People born in years of the Tiger are fiercely independent and possess strong self-esteem. They like to act alone and are not very gregarious. They are most likely optimistic and enthusiastic by nature, and always seem to have endless energy, especially at work. Their energetic presence and intense eyes are the greatest charm of Tiger natives. Their vitality is apparent to anyone at a glance, and people are instinctively drawn to this larger than life quality in them.
Tigers are lively and cheerful, and they love freedom and independence. They are a zodiac sign that absolutely must have their personal space. Tigers usually have a keen sense of justice. When faced with injustices, whether against themselves or others, you can be sure Tigers will not stand aside. However, Tigers may also appear unrefined or thoughtless in the way they handle things. In a less developed person, these traits can easily turn into ignorance or foolhardiness.
In general, Tigers possess great tenacity. They are loyal, quick and the center of attention in everything they do. However, a king needs a domain to be truly in possession of their power. For any Tiger, male or female, their ambition will come before they allow themselves a break to enjoy other parts of life.
By: Collin Fat, Zone 7 Representative
Sacramento Valley Region