Wednesday, July 17, 2024
The Chinese Tiger sign are renowned for their courage.

Chinese Zodiac – Tiger

Chinese Zodiac Tiger – Personality Traits:

Tiger burning bright… Chinese zodiac tigers are amazing leaders, vibrant and outspoken, self-possessed with an utterly magnetic personality. Leadership comes as naturally to them as breathing and is invariably fun to be around. Their personalities drive them to be in control, and this is turned to the pursuit of their ambitions.


The Chinese Tiger sign is renowned for their courage. When faced with a challenge, they’ll inevitably wind up on top of the confrontation. They’ll turn their drive to any cause they feel is righteous, but sometimes their image of what is righteous is misdirected. Their inherent nature can make them prickly under stress and prone to sounding their roar on those around them.

Chinese Tiger Zodiac Sign – Strengths:

The Chinese Tiger’s trait of strength is in their pure confidence. True confidence removes one from feeling as if everything that turns against them is a personal challenge. Differences in others are met with tolerance.

Others are allowed to not conform to the Tiger’s views on life. They are gallant and respected and will stand with their friends and those who have earned their trust. Earning a tiger’s trust is as easy as being frank and clear about your intentions and desires.


Chinese Tiger Zodiac Sign – Weaknesses:

The Chinese Tigers who are out of balance have a strong sense of their self-worth, too strong in fact. Their normal tendencies to a deeply sympathetic soul give out before their sense of grandeur. Their confidence turns to arrogance, and their determination turns to impatience.

The Tiger zodiac sign can make hasty decisions if they do not concentrate on their goals. They allow their desire to get ahead to turn them to traitorous acts, overcoming their normal forthrightness. This can end with them being incapable of honest and clear communication They become incapable of cooperating with those who don’t talk to them.


Chinese Zodiac Tiger – Career:

Tiger characteristics in the workplace are a certain form of magnificence. They are full of life ambition. They are charming go-getters with no concept of what ‘fear’ of failure is. As such Tigers will pursue their goals and their dreams without hesitation.

Unfortunately, the Tiger Man or Tiger Woman is also prone to lacking organization. They need a solid team underneath them keeping the minutiae in order while they drive the train into a successful future.


Chinese Tiger As A Boss:

A Chinese zodiac Tiger as the boss is the Tiger in his element, the shining star of his office. He will be playful and fun-loving and prefers to keep his office in that state. Provided, of course, that productivity is up and everyone is giving everything they have to the team.

The Tiger Chinese animal sign will be aware of their team’s needs, using a gentler humanitarian nature to ensure that everyone is doing well. They can cheer them up just with sheer magnetism.

The drawback of course is their inability to properly deal with stress. When things are going less than well, the Tiger can growl their displeasure at any who draws their attention. Their ability to cheer others up can in turn be used to tear them down. If you’re dealing with a Tiger boss, make sure you meet your deadlines. Nothing makes them bare their fangs faster than unwanted and unexpected delays.

Chinese Tiger As A Co-Worker:

The Chinese sign Tiger as a Co-worker is a fierce and competitive partner. Their attention is insurmountable when it comes to pursuing a goal they’ve taken as their own. It’s important that you not attempt to stand ‘over’ a Tiger. They don’t respond well to being second in command but can serve very well as an even partner.

Chinese astrology says that if you’re working with a tiger, be sure to take turns with certain activities. Tigers need variety. Letting them stick to one style of task can lead to causing impatience and frustration. Remember that you’re dealing with a leader out of their place here, and you’ll be reasonably well served by the result.

Chinese Zodiac Sign Tiger – Money:

Tigers and money… They do love their material wealth and comfort, and their big ideas lead to big payoffs in the end. Money flows with the Chinese Tiger horoscope sign. And they rarely have any fear of being without material comforts. Their ability to make things happen also includes making income happen, and they are always on the ball about this.

Know that when a Tiger personality sets his mind to making money and turning an idea into a paycheck, there’s little that will stand in their way. Tigers, for all their love of luxury, can be surprisingly frugal when the need arises. They will especially be so if doing so will lead the way to them seeing a larger idea with greater income potential come to fruition.

Dating A Chinese Zodiac Tiger:

Chinese Tigers are creatures of deep passion and romance, unafraid to let their partners know exactly where they stand in their lives. They crush hard and passionately, and sometimes that passion can get away from them. Tigers sometimes have a little problem with fidelity in their younger years. Their desire and hunger can overcome them until they gain some discipline later in their lives.

In the relationships of people born in the Year of the Tiger, there will be a tendency to dominate the relationship. It will be more so if their partner doesn’t stand up and command the same level of respect as them. Overall, however, Tigers are creatures of high adventure, love, and romance, and they are never more in their romantic element than when they are in an exotic locale.

Chinese Zodiac Tiger – Love:

Chinese zodiac Tiger sign shines in the power of passion. In the bedroom, you can expect a wild ride as they live their dreams. Sometimes it can get out of hand, as a Tiger unleashed can be a dangerous creature. But if you’re open to the ride, you won’t regret it.

Tigers can get bored easily. So anticipate them bringing all sorts of things into the mix. Be ready for the ride or you’ll find them getting bored. A Tiger’s fire needs to be responded to, and together you can create some of the most fiery passion you’ve ever experienced. Take their enthusiasm with your own, and they will leave you exhausted and truly loved.

Years Of The Tiger:

January 31, 1938 – February 18, 1939
February 17, 1950 – February 5, 1951
February 5, 1962 – January 24, 1963

January 23, 1974 – February 10, 1975
February 9, 1986 – January 28, 1987
January 28, 1998 – February 15, 1999

February 14, 2010 – February 2, 2011
February 1, 2022 – January 21, 2023
Date: February 19, 2034 – February 7, 2035

Chinese Horoscope & Numerological Associations:

Western Zodiac: The corresponding zodiac sign for the Tiger is Aquarius

Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Yin is the yearly branch for the Tiger Chinese star sign

Chinese Elements: Mu (wood) is the Chinese-associated element

Yin/Yang Orientation: Yin is associated with Tiger

Lucky Herbs: Cineraria is the lucky plant for the Chinese Tiger

Lucky Direction: South, East, and South-East are auspicious directions for the Tiger

Unlucky Colors: Gold, Silver, Brown, and Black are best avoided.

Lucky Season: The Spring season is associated with the Tiger

Lucky Colors: Blue, Grey, White, and Orange are good colors for the Tiger zodiac

Unlucky Numbers: Numbers to avoid for Tiger are 6, 7, 8

Lucky Numbers: Good numbers for Tigers are 1, 3, 4

Famous Chinese Zodiac Tiger Personalities:

Male Tiger Celebrities:

Ludwig van Beethoven, Marco Polo, Karl Marx, Penn Badgley, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Ryan Phillippe, Garth Brooks, Robert Pattinson

Female Tiger Celebrities:

Marilyn Monroe, Emmy Rossum, Jodie Foster, Alyson Hannigan, Mary Kate Olson, Ashley Olson, Joaquin Phoenix, Rosie O’Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg, Penelope Cruz, Mischa Barton, Judy Blume, Emily Bronte, Emily Dickinson, Isadora Duncan, Beatrix Potter

Chinese Horoscope Tiger Compatibility:

The Chinese Tiger is most compatible with the Horse and Dog. They are least compatible with Snake and Monkey.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Chinese Zodiac

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