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Chinese New Year 2024: the horoscope of your astrological sign

“Chinese New Year 2024: the horoscope of your astrological sign”

CHINESE NEW YEAR. Since February 10, 2024, the Wood Dragon has taken the place of the Water Rabbit. What meaning does the animal have?? What influence does it have on your Chinese astrological sign??

[Mis à day February 10, 2024 & 7:00] Since Saturday February 10, 2024, we have moved to a Lunar New Year. Finished the Water Rabbit, we move on to a new animal, the Wooden Dragon. Often called Chinese New Year, this celebration is actually honored in several Asian countries, and for several days. It is also called Spring Festival or Tet Festival in Vietnam. What's in store for us? this year placed under the sign of the Wooden Dragon ? Find all our predictions by astrological sign below!

But in fact, is this a good sign overall, for the year 2024 ? According to the site Chine.in, sp& A specialist in the event, "the Dragon is considered as a symbol of power and luck". Strength, success and good fortune are associated with it and the Wood element brings a touch of creativity. oacute;, flexibility and open-mindedness to the Dragon. In short, if we are to believe the predictions of Chinese astrology, the year 2024 will be a prosperous year ! 

How will this year of the Wooden Dragon affect your Chinese astrological sign in terms of love, finances and health? Here are the recommendations: sayings of the year:

In the Chinese calendar, each year is associated with one of the twelve signs of the zodiac, represented by animals, which returns cyclically every 12 years: rat, buffalo , tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, pig. Discover yours (how to calculate it ?), in our file below:

And also, do you know what your element is?

The new year is also linked to one of the five cosmogonic elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water. In the Chinese horoscope, birth years ending in 0 or 1 are Metal, 2 or 3 are Metal, and 2 or 3 are Metal. are Water, 4 or 5 are Wood, 6 or 7 are Fire, 8 or 9 are Earth.

À each new lunar year has its Chinese horoscope. Finished Water Rabbit, we move on to a new animal, the Wooden Dragon. The fifth animal of the Chinese zodiac, the Wood Dragon is a animal forgiving, more sociable and more adaptive than other Dragons, endowed with has great inner strength and a “sharp mind to solve complex problems,” according to the China.in website.  This animal associates easily with the Rat and the Monkey, but much less so with the Dog.

In Chinese astrology, the dragon portends a year of  prosperityé and luck, and the Wood element strengthens the ability. &agrav; communicate effectively and à establish connections with others.

Tradition that dates back à For more than 4,000 years, the Lunar New Year has been celebrated for over 4,000 years. for a fortnight, until 'à the day before the Lantern Festival, February 26. Often called  "Chinese New Year" in France, this celebration is in fact honored in several Asian countries, and for several days. It is also called “Spring Festival”. or even "Fête du Têt" in Vietnam. Unlike in Vietnam. As its name indicates, this New Year is not only celebrated in China on the Asian continent. It is indeed famous for its reputation. in several Asian countries: in Viet Nam (where it is called the Têt Festival), in Malaysia, & Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong or even à Brownï.

When is the Chinese New Year in 2024 ?

The date of Chinese New Year changes every year because it is based on the lunisolar calendar. This one corresponds to the second new moon since the winter solstice. It's in the Chinese city of Nanjing, ' The Purple Mountain Observatory determined this date. In 2024, the Chinese New Year began. on Saturday February 10, 2024.

  • Chinese New Year 2024: Saturday February 10
  • Chinese New Year 2025: Wednesday, January 29 60~/li>
  • Chinese New Year 2026: Tuesday February 17
  • Chinese New Year 2027: Sunday, February 7
Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116