THE TIGER 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022
Full of life, those born under this sign are fearless, noble and bursting with vigour. They
are affectionate, generous and have a great empathy for fellow human beings. Their rebellious nature attracts them to adventure and deeds that call for
action instead of deliberation. Optimistic, tigers have a great lot of spunk and would rather die trying than give up on their ideals. But beware; tigers are
loners who don’t care much for company in their quests. Though spunky, they are essentially big babies who need their egos stroked often, and boy do they have
huge ones! They are high-strung and easily tense up over trivial matters, allowing jealousy and possessiveness to get into the way of better judgement.
Reckless, irreverent and rebellious, tigers think rules are created only to be broken.
Famous people born in the Year Of The Tiger:
Norodom Sihanouk, Hong Lim, Chhet Sovan Panya, Danh Monica, Meng Keo Pichenda, Danh Monica, Chuck Berry, Dayanara Torres Delgado, Demi Moore, Dr. Phil, Ed Harris, Elliot Gould, Emilio Estevez, Esai Morales, Harriet Harman, Jane Pauley, Jodie
Foster, Jonathan Porrit, Joaquin Phoenix, Laura Pausini, Marco Polo, María Félix, Marilyn Monroe, Martin Short, Mary Queen of Scotts, Mel Brooks, John Schlesinger, Oliver Reed, Pamela Stephenson, Penélope Cruz, President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, Ramon Novarro, Richard Branson, Tom Cruise, Tony Oliva, and William Hurt.
Health: Tigers enjoy good health. They are active so they like to do different kind of sports. Small illnesses, such as colds, coughs, and fever, are rarely experienced by tigers. However, they should avoid excessive strenuous exercise, because some dangerous actions may lead to physical damage. When involved in outdoor excise, they should pay particular attention to warm-up exercise. Aerobic-type exercise, such as jogging, is suitable to keep fit. Tigers are energetic and have great enthusiasm at work. When they feel exhausted after extended work, they need some relaxation to refresh themselves.
Due to the title " king of animals", tigers are the focus that everyone pays attention to. Born with leadership, they are respected by others. Tigers are suitable to any career as leaders. They can take up such careers as
advertising agent, office manager, travel agent, actor, writer, artist, pilot, flight attendant, musician, comedian, and chauffeur.
However, in early years, tigers are not so smooth in their careers. After their thirties, they turn to a better cause and gather wealth.
Since Tigers have continuous needs to be challenged, they may have a tendency to jump from job to job. This isn't necessarily a problem because they are competitive and able to quickly master new subjects. Tigers accomplish the jobs with enthusiasm and efficiency, but needs to be watched out when they get into difficult situations.
The Best Love Match:
Horse, and Dog
Tiger and Horse: These two have lots in commons and they make an excellent match. They trust and understand each other, and have exciting interaction with one another.
Tiger and Dog: The combination will establish a balanced and harmonic relationship. Tiger and Dog would make a solid union based on mutual admiration and respect.
Words of Caution:
Beware of the Ox Beware of the Ox. The Tiger and the Ox under the same roof will cause serious clashes and rivalry. They can not settle their difference peacefully. The Tiger and sheep will have difficulty to establish deep ties to make a lasting relationship.
South, East, Southeast
blue, grey, white, orange
1, 3, 4
The Chinese zodiac signs are determined by the lunar year in which you were born. The Chinese believe the animal ruling one's birth year has a profound influence on
personality, and destiny. The saying is: "This animal hides in your heart."
Years Corresponding to Chinese Zodiac Signs:
The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the Chinese calendar, a lunisolar calendar. The same calendar is used in countries that have adopted the Confucian and Buddhism tradition and
in many cultures influenced by the Chinese. Chinese New Year starts on the first day of the new year containing a new moon (some sources even include New Year's Eve) and ends on the Lantern Festival fourteen days later. This occurs around
the time of the full moon as each lunation is about 29.53 days in duration. In the Gregorian calendar, the Chinese New Year falls on different dates each year, on a date between January 21 and February 21.
Some web sites say the year 2017 is the 4717th Chinese year. If you cannot find the explanation, here is a possible answer for you: The Yellow King's inauguration was held in the spring
of 2697 B.C. But the day that was used as the first day of the year was the winter solstice, which was around December 23rd, 2698 B.C. Today's January 1st meant nothing to the Yellow King. If we count that extra eight days in 2698
B.C., then year 2014 is the 4714th Chinese year