Year of the Tiger: Expect a challenging but positive year, say Chinese metaphysicists

  • Living
  • Tuesday, 01 Feb 2022

According to Lee, this year will be a favourable year for the logistics, tourism and aviation industries. Photo: Filepic

It's time to usher in the Year of the Tiger, traditionally a symbol of strength, courage and vitality. The Tiger is revered as the king of beasts, as it literally has the Chinese character for “king” (“wang” in Mandarin) marked on its forehead with its iconic black stripes.

The Ren Yin Water Tiger is set to make its entrance on Li Chun, also known as the beginning of spring, at 4.51am on Feb 4.

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