Chapter three: THE TIGER

January 2000
Simple Chinese Astrology;2000, p43
Book Chapter
The chapter focuses on the year of the tiger in Chinese astrology. The Chinese name of the tiger is Laohu. Its fixed element is wood. Its western sign is Aquarius. The years that fall under the year of tiger are 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010 and 2022. Tigers are impulsive, energetic, dynamic, and vivacious. Restless and reckless, they are hungry for action and thrive on being the center of attention. Quick-tempered and outspoken about their feelings, they are equally affectionate and generous, and possesses a wonderful sense of humor. Tigers are true humanitarians. Some famous people who were born in the year of the tiger include Ludwig van Beethoven, Charles de Gaulle and Queen Elizabeth II.


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