Personality & Temper of the Chinese Zodiac Tiger

The tiger is the 3rd animal in the classic Chinese zodiac. In recent years the years of tiger were in 1950, 1962. 1974, 1986, 1998 and 2010, 2022. In ancient China, the tiger symbolises power… The tiger’s lucky numbers are 1, 3 and 4 and their lucky flower is the cineraria.

People born in the year of the tiger are brave, unpredictable and competitive by nature. They have a stubborn personality as well as tough judgement, and this makes them able to work effectively on their own. Tigers will express themselves whenever they can and will do everything in a top class manner.

Tigers have leader like qualities with high confidence and ooze authority with their words. They tend to not plan in advance but instead tackle everything as it comes, and this works well for them. Tigers will accept any challenge that is thrown at them, and complete them with a positive attitude.

Tigers are strong and healthy, from participating in all kinds of sports. They are rarely effected by small illnesses such as colds and fevers. Since tigers like outdoor activities, they should pay attention to their warm ups before exercise to avoid injuries. After working hard, tigers need their relaxation time. They can be prone to deep negative thinking which can affect their mental state in later years.

Because of the tigers popular and leadership like qualities, they will do well as a leader in any type of work environment. Some suggested careers for a tiger are: actor, artist, pilot, travel agent, writer, comedian or chauffeur. During their younger years, tigers won’t get too far in their career, but after 30 years and up, they will achieve much more than one might expect.

People with the tiger as their zodiac symbol are the dominant ones in social relationships. But tigers aren’t actually that good at co-ordinating people, and they may tend to avoid social gatherings because of fear of treason.

Tigers are lacking in romantic traits so struggle in loving relationships, they find it hard to accurately express their feelings and it can drive potential partners away.

Tigers are most compatible with Monkeys, Ox’s and Dragons, and least compatible with Horses, Roosters, Goats and Rabbits.