January 31, 2022

Happy Chinese New Year Of The Black Water Tiger! ๐Ÿฏ February 1st. Find Out What 2022 Means For All Of Us In Chinese Astrology. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŒท

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Happy Chinese New Year

In Mandarin: xฤซn niรกn hวŽo /sshin-nyen haoww/
In Cantonese: san nin hou
written by Master Tsai
[source: Chinese Fortune Calendar]

2022 Chinese Zodiac Tiger New Year and Meaning

2022 is the year of the Black-Water Tiger. The 2022 Chinese New Year Day is on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. That is the 4719th Chinese year. The first day of the Chinese astrological year is the first day of Tiger Month. The first day of the Water Tiger is on February 4, 2022. If a baby was born before February 4, then the baby's Chinese Zodiac sign is Ox, not the Tiger. February 4, 2022, is also the opening Ceremony date of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

Before reading 2022 Chinese Zodiac Predictions, you have to know what your Chinese animal sign in Chinese astrology is. Your Chinese zodiac sign is not determined by Chinese New Year's Day. Chinese New Year is from the Chinese Lunar Calendar. The Chinese Zodiac uses the Chinese Stem-Branch calendar, which is a solar calendar. To find your correct Chinese zodiac sign using your birthday, please Verify Your Chinese Zodiac Sign page.

2022 is the Yang-Water Tiger year. Yang-Water is connected to flowing water, river, or cloud. Tiger is in Wood's group. Tiger mainly contains Yang-Wood, which is a tall tree. It also contains Yang-Fire and Yang-Earth. Yang-Fire is related to the sun and Yin-Earth is related to the mountain. Tiger is a tall tree on the mountain under the sun. Tiger is a symbol of power, prestigiousness, and loneliness. Tiger cannot get along with many animals. The Water of 2022 helps the tree of the Tiger grow taller and stronger. That means 2022 brings strong Wood energy to people. You will have good fortune if the Wood is your Lucky Element.

The Revelation of Water Tiger by I-Ching

Tiger is associated with the thunder or motion in Chinese I-Ching. Water Tiger is equivalent to the Water-Thunder Hexagram, which means something moving inside the Water. That's a sign of a baby growing inside the womb. Therefore, Water Tiger of 2022 implies caution, growth, development, challenge, creation, and planning. Tiger month is the first month of the spring. Seeds and plants start to germinate. December of Winter Solistice contains one Yang. February of Tiger contains three Yangs. The expression of San-Yang-Kai-Tai ไธ‰็พŠ้–‹ๆณฐ used in the Chinese New Year means Three Yangs Start Fortune. Therefore, 2022 is a great year to start a business or career goal.

Black Tiger Brings You Good Fortune

The 5th lunar day of the Chinese New Year Festival is the God of Wealth Welcome Day. The God of Wealth rides a Black Tiger. You will have very good luck in fortune if you can see a rare Back Tiger. Who is the God of Wealth? General Chao Kung-Ming is one of the Gods of the Wealth. He was the god of battle. His magic power can administer the wind, thunder, and rain. He defeated many wizards, sorcerers, and deities. General Chao's Black Tiger was a ferocious carnivore. Since the wild Tiger ate quite a few humans and livestock, many people tried and failed to kill it. Chao Kung-Ming tamed the Black Tiger to save people's life. The Black Tiger implies the arrival of the God of the Wealth.

Four Water Tigers Date: February 18, 2022

The first day of Water Tiger Year is on February 4, 2022. This date is the first day of the Tiger month, which Zodiac Name is also the Water Tiger. February 4 and February 5, 2022, are the date of Welcome the God of Wealth. Chinese will pray for good fortune on these two days. However, the best day is on February 18, 2022, which is Water Tiger day. The hour from 3:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. is the Water Tiger hour. The smart people will go to the temple to welcome the God of Wealth on February 18, 2022, Black-Water Tiger Year, Black-Water Tiger Month, Black-Water Tiger Day, and Black-Water Tiger Hour. Also, this date is very fortunate for people whose Lucky Elements are Water and Wood.

Ox is the Luckiest Zodiac in 2022

Tiger has an attractive relationship with Pig. The Pig will enjoy the friendship, companionship, and love relationship in the year of the Tiger. Tiger contains Yang-Wood, Yang-Fire, and Yang- Earth. Ox contains Yin-Earth, Yin-Metal, and Yin-Water. Each element inside Tiger can find an attractive relationship with an element inside Ox. Three attractive relationships, implying a secret and affectionate love, make Ox becoming the luckiest animal in 2022. According to the Chinese I-Ching, Tiger consists of Three Yangs and Monkey consists of Three Yins. Yin and Yang are opposite; Tiger and Monkey have different personalities. A straightforward Tiger doesn't like the naughty Monkey. Tiger and Monkey cannot get along well.

2022 Chinese Zodiac 12 animals Predictions

Rat Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, or 2008 are members of the Rat Chinese Zodiac sign. Rat runs into the woods and looks for a new playground. The Rat needs to please the Tiger and build the reputation. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Rat - Working hard and waiting for the rewards...

Ox Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, or 2009 are members of the Ox Chinese Zodiac sign. Ox and Tiger live in a harmonious environment. The Tiger will protect the Ox. You will have a smooth career and a blissful love relationship. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Ox - Blessing by nature and will receive a godsend...

Tiger Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, or 2010 are members of the Tiger Chinese Zodiac sign. One mountain allows only one tiger under the sun. When Tiger meets another Tiger, two tigers will compete the leadership. You are full of energy to challenge your adventure. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Tiger - Facing strong competitor, considering cooperation...

Rabbit Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, or 2011 are members of the Rabbit Chinese Zodiac sign. Rabbit needs Tiger's support. Rabbit is the tender climbing vine and Tiger is a tall tree. By climbing on a tall tree, the vine of Rabbit can step up a higher position. Rabbit takes advantage of Tiger. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Rabbit - Seeking your partner and following the benefactor...

Dragon Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, or 2012 are members of the Dragon Chinese Zodiac sign. Flying Dragon can team up with roaring Tiger as an invincible dynamic duo. Tiger brings you good luck in career, wealth, and fame. It's a good time to show your best to people. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Dragon - Meeting a perfect career partner...

Snake Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, or 2013 are members of the Snake Chinese Zodiac sign. Snake is the sun and Tiger is a tall tree. The sunlight shines on the tree. You are patiently caring and helping the one you love. The result of your expectation will come slowly. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Snake - Playing your strengths and waiting for results ...

Horse Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, or 2014 are members of the Horse Chinese Zodiac sign. A Horse is running in the wood under the sun. The Horse outruns the Tiger; Tiger helps Horse run faster. You find a place to show your speed, strength, and talent. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Horse - Conquering the challenge and winning the leadership...

Goat Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, or 2015 are members of the Sheep/Goat Chinese Zodiac sign. Goat is afraid of Tiger; Tiger acts as the big brother to Goat. Tiger can protect Goat. The Tiger treats Goat as the companion. When you find your target, then go for it. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Goat - Following the mentor's guide to success...

Monkey Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, or 2016 are members of the Monkey Chinese Zodiac sign. Tiger is related to a tall tree. Monkey is dancing on the tree; Tiger doesn't like it. You play all your strength to conquer the obstacles, then you will win a big fortune. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Monkey - Nothing ventured, nothing gained...

Rooster Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 969, 1981, 1993, 2005, or 2017 are members of the Rooster Chinese Zodiac sign. Ripen fruits are on the tree or jewelry is decorated on the Christmas tree. Your wealth luck is prosperous. The opportunities of career, money, and love come together. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Chicken - Rooster transforming into phoenix...

Dog Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, or 2018 are members of the Dog Chinese Zodiac sign. The Dog is the underdog when competing with the Tiger. Dog knows how to serve the Tiger. Dog and Tiger can perfectly work together. Someone will guide you to a promising career path. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Dog - Following your benefactor toward a successful career...

Pig Chinese Zodiac 2022
People born in 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, or 2019 are members of the Pig Chinese Zodiac sign. Pig enters the woods and finds lots of food to eat. Pig like to serve Tiger. Tiger will pay Pig back for the service. You will enjoy a luxurious lifestyle, career opportunity, and a love relationship. 2022 Chinese Zodiac Pig - Dealing with career, wealth, food, and love...
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written by Fefe Ho and Chloe Chiao
[source: ChineseNewYear.net]

Tigers are the third of the Chinese zodiacs. According to legend, Tiger was confident that no one could compete with its speed and vigor for the celestial race that would decide the order of the zodiacs. However, when Tiger climbed out of the river, thinking it was first, it was informed that Rat placed first for its cunning and Ox placed second for its diligence. This left the king of the jungle having to settle for third place.
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written by Austin Williams and AP
[source: q13Fox.com]

Chinese Lunar New Year kicks off on Feb. 1, ushering in the Year of the Tiger.

The Lunar New Year is the most important annual holiday in China. Each year is named after one of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac in a repeating cycle. The Year of the Tiger follows the Year of the Ox.

The lunar-based celebration is connected to the second new moon of the year, which typically lands sometime between the end of January and mid-February. Records show that the half-month event dates back to the oracle bone readings from the 14th century B.C. when the Shang Dynasty was in power.

What the Year of the Tiger means

People who are born during the year of the Yang Water Tiger between Feb. 1, 2022 and Jan. 21, 2023, are prophesized to have agility and eloquence, according to the Chinese zodiac. The sign is also characterized as being brave, self-assured and competitive.

Many celebrating the new year are hoping the powers associated with the animal can finally bring the world on a path out of the pandemic. But with continued devastation from the novel coronavirus, celebrations have been muted, but still bring people hope.

Chen Lianshan, a Beijing university expert on Chinese folklore told the Associated Press, "The tiger is a protection against evil spirits and it can defeat demons and ghosts of all kinds, and the Chinese believe that the plague is one kind of an evil spirit."

It’s estimated that 2 billion people around the globe celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year, which is also known as Chunjie – the "Lunar New Year" or "Spring Festival" when translated to English.

How to celebrate Lunar New Year

In China, many families thoroughly clean their homes days before the Chinese Lunar New Year begins. This is usually done to rid homes of bad luck, according to Britannica. Food, trinkets and paper offerings are also extended to ancestors or deities, including whole chickens, fruit, tea, sculptures, incense and candles.

Other celebration rituals include hanging lucky scroll messages, setting off firecrackers or fireworks, eating long noodles and dumplings with symbolic meanings and exchanging cash gifts with auspicious red envelopes. Some festive celebrants also tune into the CCTV’s annual Spring Festival Gala, a variety show that’s near and dear to people's hearts, much like Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.

During the 15-day Chinese Lunar New Year period, many workers get seven days off to celebrate, according to National World. The celebrations typically conclude with a multi- or single-day lantern festival.

This year the celebrations also coincide with the Beijing Winter Olympics, which open near the end of the week-long holiday. The Chinese capital has been tightening controls to contain coronavirus outbreaks ahead of the sporting event.

The Games are being held inside sealed-off "bubbles," and organizers have announced that no tickets will be sold to the general public and only selected spectators will be allowed.

Some 85% of Chinese are now fully vaccinated, according to Our World in Data, and more Chinese have been traveling domestically this year, despite government warnings. Many people prepare to celebrate by buying red lanterns and other decorations for their homes, and food to mark the beginning of a new year.

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