Year of the Tiger

The Chinese Zodiac
In Chinese culture, each new year is represented by one of 12 different animals. These animals form the Chinese zodiac, which repeats every 12 years. The zodiac tradition began many years ago and has been linked to a story about Buddha, a religious figure known in the Buddhist religion. According to legend, Buddha asked all animals to come and compete in a great race. Only 12 animals came, so Buddha gave each of them their own year in the Chinese zodiac. The animals received their year in the order that they finished the race.

Year of the Tiger
2022 is the Year of the Tiger, which is the third year of the Chinese zodiac’s 12-year cycle. In 2022, the new cycle will commence on 1st of February. This is the date of Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year. People born in 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 or 2010 were born in the Year of the Tiger.

Tiger Characteristics
Some believe that the Chinese zodiac sign you are born under will influence your personality and character traits. Legend has it that people born under the sign of the Tiger are powerful, confident, independent and brave. Tigers find
it easy to win the trust of others and have a strong moral compass. They are natural leaders and have a strong sense of responsibility. You can rely on a Tiger to keep their word.
Unlucky Color-Brown
Lucky Colors- Yellow

Tiger Professions
Being natural leaders, it is no surprise that Tigers are suited to professions that lead or manage other people. They are highly ambitious and will work hard to achieve their goals. Tigers are naturally suited to becoming adventurers, politicians, police officers, revolutionists, authors, fashion designers, factory directors, school principals, journalists,
actors and economists.

Our only Tigers in Environmental Clubs are 🙂

To celebrate such a special event we made Tigers dressed in Chinese national costumes. They turned out really nice.

Ms. Eva Gogova

We celebrated The Year of the Tiger also in the Intensive English Program:)

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