Tigers are rebels. They are both colorful and unpredictable. Their energy and love of life are stimulating.They love being the center of attention and never go unnoticed. Tigers are impatient and always look for action.They speak their minds when upset and have suspicious natures.

But in spite of their quick tempers, they are sincere, generous and very affectionate. They also possess a great sense of humor.  Tigers like people, involvement,and dedication to humanitarian causes. They seek out adventures, and at certain points in their lives, they will be very rebellious. They must act out some of their ideals and lash out at the wrongs of society. Tigers are so daring that they acquire many admirers. Those who disapprove of what Tigers do still will secretly admire Tigers for their actions.

When Tigers are injured they need all-out sympathy. Logic does not appeal to them. They want to be comforted. They will listen sincerely to the advice you give, and then do exactly as they please. Since they have a lot of spunk, no matter how down and out they get,they never give up. They can always start over again.

People born during the year of the Tiger have super egos. Tread lightly and don’t hurt their feelings. They may never forgive you! Tigers are romantic, passionate, and playful. They are also extremely jealous and possessive. If they do not learn to control their emotions, they could cause themselves much trouble.The lives of Tigers are full of emotional situations, but they love it that way. They love life and want to live it to the fullest.

Optimistic, Tigers always bounce back for new and fresh challenges. Tigers are very generous with rewards when you have pleased them. Being delightful hosts, Tigers go all-out to see that you have a good time. They are intense individuals, especially when upset and angry, but Tigers are famous for their ability in influencing others and swaying crowds.

老虎 (lao hu) is pronounced lao as in ‘lou’d & ‘who’

    * 8 February 1902 – 28 January 1903: Water Tiger
    * 26 January 1914 – 13 February 1915: Wood Tiger
    * 13 February 1926 – 1 February 1927: Fire Tiger
    * 31 January 1938 – 18 February 1939: Earth Tiger
    * 17 February 1950 – 5 February 1951: Metal Tiger
    * 5 February 1962 – 24 January 1963: Water Tiger
    * 23 January 1974 – 10 February 1975: Wood Tiger
    * 9 February 1986 – 28 January 1987: Fire Tiger
    * 28 January 1998 – 15 February 1999: Earth Tiger
    * 15 February 2010 – 2 February 2011: Metal Tiger

(Every 12 years)