People born in the Year of the Dragon possess a charismatic aura, overflowing with energy, highly intelligent, and generally very successful. Dragons are usually gifted, talented people who use their abilities to become powerful in their corner of the world. They make strong, decisive leaders who work tirelessly for success. Their perfectionism makes them demanding of others, just as they are of themselves. Occasionally, they may seem loud and boisterous and they don’t like following others, or rules, as they believe rules don’t always pertain to them. Dragons generally enjoy challenging situations that give them the opportunity to show off their innate talents and skills. Although committed relationships are not of the utmost important to them, they sincerely look for a partner with whom they can comfortably share life’s journey.
The Dragon arrived next, making it 5th in the race. Of course, with its gift of flight, it was strange that it had not come in first, but the Dragon explained to the Jade Emperor that he had to stop and make rain for the people in the kingdom by scooping up the river water and blowing it all over the land. Then, on his way to the finish line, he saw a little helpless Rabbit clinging onto a log so he swooped down and blew a big puff of air so the poor Rabbit wouldn’t be pulled into the river and could get ashore. After helping the lucky Rabbit get out of the river, the dragon continued toward the finish line, crossing in 5th place.
There are five elements that give the Dragon specific characteristics and personality traits beyond its symbol of wealth. The most recent years of the Dragon include 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012. After 2019, the next two years we will be 2024 and 2036.
|Types||Years of Birth||Characteristics and Personality Traits|
|Wood Dragon||1964, 2024||Peace loving, fashionable, quick thinking, decisive.|
|Fire Dragon||1976, 2036||Warm-hearted, helpful, powerful, lucky.|
|Earth Dragon||1928, 1988||Hard-working, meticulous, ambitious.|
|Metal Dragon||1940, 2000||Brave, direct, confident, opinionated.|
|Water Dragon||1952, 2012||Kind-hearted, ambitious, strong, loves challenges.|
Bruce Forsyth (born Feb 22, 1928) was a British presenter, actor, comedian, singer, dancer, and screenwriter whose career spanned more than 70 years. Louis Walsh (born Aug 5, 1952) is an Irish entertainment manager. Other celebrities born in the year of the dragon includes Boris Johnson (born July 19, 1964), actor Benedict Cumberbatch (born July, 19, 1976), singer Adele (born May 5, 1988).
Pu Songling (born June 5, 1640) was a writer during the Qing dynasty best known as the author of “Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio” (Liaozhai zhiyi).
Deng Xiaoping (born Aug 22, 1904) was a very famous and important Chinese politician who was the paramount leader of the People’s Republic of China from 1978 until his retirement in 1989. After Chairman Mao Zedong, Deng led China through far-reaching market-economy reforms.
Hong Yi (born Oct 23, 1880), also known as Li Shutong, was a Chinese Buddhist monk, artist, and art teacher. He was a master painter, musician, dramatist, and calligrapher.
Chen Kaige (born Aug 12, 1952) is a Chinese film director and leading figure of the fifth generation of Chinese cinema. His films are known for their visual flair and epic storytelling.
Zhang Zhaozhong (born 1952) is a Chinese military theorist at PLA National Defense University. He holds the rank of rear admiral in the People’s Liberation Army Navy.
Jackson Yee (Yi Yangqianxi, born Nov 28, 2000) is a Chinese singer, dancer, and actor. He represented China at the 2019 ECOSOC Youth Forum.
Courageous, tenacious, confident, successful, decisive, inspiring, imaginative, ambitious, energetic, romantic, exciting, warm-hearted
Among all Chinese zodiac animals, the Dragon is the only imaginary animal and the mightiest of all signs. In ancient times, Chinese people believed that Dragons were able to control everyone and everything with their dominance and ambition. Dragons are natural born leaders - enthusiastic, confident, courageous, talented and highly intelligent individuals who are not afraid of challenges. They are ambitious and passionate people who prefer to live by their own rules and are willing to take risks. Dragons are self-reliant, independent, and determined people who excel in all that they set their minds to. Even when they fail, they are rarely blamed, as their personalities evoke so much respect and admiration that people often look elsewhere to assign blame. They can also be incredibly helpful and enjoy making positive changes for humanity.
Demanding, undiplomatic, short-tempered, unrealistic, eccentric, fiery, intolerant, impatient Dragons are sometimes regarded as aggressive, irritable, and not open to criticism. They can be stubborn, impatient, and somewhat intolerant of opinions they disagree with. Dragons can be overly direct and undiplomatic making others feel somewhat disrespected. They also find it difficult to open up and trust other people, but once they do, they’ll be a loyal friend for life. Even through Dragons enjoy helping others, they will rarely ask for help themselves.
Dragons are great conversationalists, warm-hearted, and generous to their loved ones. They value friendships, family, and relationships as an essential part of a healthy and happy life. While finding the love of their life isn’t the most important goal, they will search hard to find that special person. They can, however, be hesitant to move forward in a relationship and possibly unwilling to make a permanent commitment as they don’t like to give up their independence and have high standards. They usually seek a partner who gives them ample amount of space and respect, yet is romantic and passionate. They can have quick tempers, so their partners also need to be thick-skinned. However, when they do commit, they commit to that person for life. Some Dragons are happier alone, while others love to be surrounded by admirers.
Dragon men generally enjoy taking their time before committing for life with one person. They can sometimes date for many years before they find the person they want to marry -- and sometimes they decide to never marry. They can normally attract many love interests because of their power and charm and their perfectionist nature can make it difficult for them to find someone with whom they feel comfortable committing.
Dragon women are charming, often physically attractive, and enjoy flirting and socializing. Their high confidence and strong self-esteem mean they are generally not jealous and don’t tolerate jealous lovers. When they find a great partner, they will often not be public about the relationship until they feel that it will last long term. A Dragon woman looks for a partner who understands her and is not intimidated by her power.
These two signs work well together because they allow each other to maintain their independence and freedom. They are both self-confident and therefore find it easier to trust each other. This powerful couple loves being the center of attention. The Dragon is attracted by the Rat's positive attitude and will be grateful for their loyalty and support. The Rat is active, lively, outgoing, and doesn’t have a problem letting the mighty Dragon take on the dominant role in their relationship.
The Dragon and the Monkey know how to respect and cherish each other and both are willing to work hard for a long-lasting and successful relationship. The Dragon is attracted to the Monkey's charisma, while the Monkey admires the Dragon's amazing leadership skills. Both signs are ambitious, understanding, and practical making them a great couple.
The Dragon and the Pig have mostly opposing personalities, but they still share a high degree of romantic potential as their difference complement each other. Both partners are able to be accepting and understanding in a long term relationship. The Pig will admire the Dragon's ambition and will patiently endure the Dragon's shortcomings. The Dragon will appreciate the support and hard work from the Pig.
The Dragon likes to be the center of attention and be surrounded by friends, while the Ox enjoys spending more time alone. Both signs can be stubborn and have strong characters, so compromise is not easy. Conflicts often arise and neither wants to back down. The Ox can find the Dragon too overbearing and the Dragon will not be able to tolerate the jealous nature of the Ox.
This relationship has a high probability of having frequent arguments because of their different personalities. Mostly, the Dragon loves more freedom and independence, but the Dog likes attention and can be prone to jealousy – which the Dragon will not like. The Dog’s loyalty will certainly be appreciated by the Dragon, but the Dragon is often too adventurous for the more down-to-earth Dog who enjoys the comforts of home. The Dragon may also feel the Dog is holding it back from achieving its full potential.
The relationship is dominated by the aggressive Dragon, while the more emotional Sheep needs a lot of time alone for introspection. Also, the Sheep can be prone to jealousy – which the Dragon will not like. Even though the Dragon is attracted to the Sheep's honesty and loyalty, he/she may find the Sheep too lacking in ambition. The Sheep will not like the Dragon’s lack of predictability.
|1. Numbers||One, six and seven||Nine, eight and three|
|2. Colors||Gold, silver, gray and yellow||Puiple, green, red and black|
|3. Flowers||Bleeding Heart Vine, Larkspur, Hyacinth||No unlucky flowers|
|4. Directions||North, west and northwest||No unlucky directions|
|5. Element||Earth||No unlucky element|
|6. Season||Spring||No unlucky season|
|7. Gemstone||Amethyst||No unlucky gemstone|
Dragons are born leaders with unique perspectives who are committed, hard-working, energetic, and intelligent. Dragons are success-driven individuals who can be too hard on themselves, so they have to properly balance work and relaxation. They fight for the things they believe in, whether it’s for good or bad. Dragons like to embrace challenges and are willing to take risks, so professions that are difficult and come with a lot of responsibilities are great choices. Dragons rarely can last long in small-time jobs. Good career choices: politician, executive, manager, small business owner, police, military, computer analyst, inventor, engineer, lawyer, journalist, and sales person.
Dragons are full of energy and generally quite healthy. Due to their hard working nature, they can feel overwhelmed or stressed. Dragons are naturally more likely to take risks than other signs, so they're more prone to physical injuries. They could benefit from incorporating moderate physical activity into their lives (brisk walking, yoga, jogging, cycling, and swimming). Eating a healthy and balanced diet, drinking less caffeine and more water, and getting plenty of sleep can help lessen stress and tension headaches.
Dust off any disappointments from last year and your fortune will gradually change for the better. Plans will finally come to fruition, although the path leading to success may not be easy or smooth. This year you may taste failure before tasting fortune. Work hard and you will succeed.
The year of the Pig provides the Dragon with many opportunities for career success. The Dragon will have to rely on skill, charm, and talents in order to handle the increased pressure and workload of this year. If used correctly, this can be a very fruitful year in terms of progress and productivity. Previous hardship and obstacles will have helped prepare you to face tough challenges so rely on your experience and trust your instincts to prevail.
This year, the bulk of your fortune will come from your career. However, don’t enter into new contracts, investments, or other financial pacts blindly. The Dragon is very capable to make great decisions on its own because Dragons usually have tremendous wisdom, knowledge, and judgement making abilities. While it’s ok to ask others for financial advice, be very cautious as they may lead you astray or have alternative motives for giving advice.
It is possible that Dragons can find new love; however, this relationship might not work out. It is best to be cautious and take your time before committing to something long-term. Near the end of the year, both single and attached Dragons may get lucky in finding, or strengthening, love. Love can be found in the most unexpected places and attached Dragons will be successful in moving their relationship forward. Beware of misunderstandings or arguments among married couples.
Dragon Wedding in 2019: The Year of the Pig 2019 is a good time for the Dragon to get married and the best months are April, August, September, and December.
Is 2019 a good year to have a child for a Dragon parent? Yes! Having a child born during the year of the Pig 2019 is very good for a Dragon.
Negative emotions will make you more susceptible to diseases. Keep a level head at all times and do not allow yourself to be drawn into fights or conflicts. This will be a busy year for you so make sure you take adequate breaks and rest when needed. Doing aerobic exercises in your free time will improve your blood circulation which will make you even more effective and ‘powerful’.
1. January 2019 will be a good month to start new ventures and relationships.
2. February 2019 will be a lucky month, but don’t let easy success go to your head.
3. March 2019 is a month to be cautious after a lucky February and will be busy.
4. April 2019 is a month when you need to more carefully consider your decisions.
5. May 2019 is a great month for relationships and romance.
6. June 2019 comes with new opportunities that you need to make the most of.
7. July 2019 is a month with extra work and responsibilities.
8. August 2019 is a month of good news and good career choices.
9. September 2019 may bring bad news. Be cautious.
10. October 2019 will be a good month but spend time on improving your health.
11. November 2019 brings more good news, good company, and good food.
12. December 2019 is an excellent month to enjoy all that you’ve worked for this year.