Chinese Association of Idaho State University (CAISU)
Your birth year, Twelfth and final Sign of the Chinese Zodiac, popularRoyal NumerologyPig? Are you 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72 (and so-on in 12-year increments) between 5th February 2019 and 24th January 2020 (Pig Year's end)? Do partners, friends, relatives or colleagues, parents or children fall into this category? If this is so, this article's for you!Mitt Romney, Richard Attenborough, Lucille Ball, Laure Chan, Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney, Glenn Close, Richard Dreyfuss, Farrah Fawcett, Ernest Hemingway, Barry Gibb, Alfred Hitchcock, Elton John, Dudley Moore, Marie Osmond, Ginger Rogers and Arnold Schwarzenegger
Bright and happy by nature, patient and understanding also, popular Pigs enjoy life to the full. Intelligent Pig friends will typically show good taste and style in all their activities plus an appetite for knowledge (as well as food).Painstaking Pig politeness and good manners may irk some, who consider them aloof. Others may mistake Pigs' tolerance and caring nature for gullibility-this is, in fact normal Pig friendliness, which can at times be carried to extremes.
Research, Science, Technology, Music, Hospitality, Social Work, Fundraising, Building and Construction, Personnel, Administration, Civil Service.In relationship terms, Pigs are most compatible with those born under the Signs of the Rabbit and Goat and least compatible with Monkeys and Snakes.This is a year of ups and downs as far as Pig fortunes are concerned. Being patient, understanding and reasonable throughout this period will help you avoid financial losses and other mishaps.
Relationships may suffer due to communication problems leading to argument and dispute, possibly involving third parties.This is not a promising year Health-wise-there may some internal discomfort. Take care when travelling by road and rail.The pig was a symbol of virility, strength, and fertility in ancient Chinese cultures and the Chinese calendar in which the Pig features has been adopted (or exerts a tremendous influence) in many other countries of the region. However, the Pig becomes the Boar in Japan and the Elephant in Thailand when New Year is celebrated.