Taiwanese astrologer lists out the horoscope for all 12 zodiac animals in the Year of the Dog in 2018
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — In an interview with Apple Daily, Taiwanese astrologer Chan
Wei-chung (詹惟中) predicts that the coming Year of the Dog in the lunisolar calendar will see more shotgun weddings, real estate will fall flat, a treacherous stock market and religious dissension or scandals, especially in the eastward direction.
The first day of the Year of the Dog, which is associated with the earth element this year, is Feb. 16, 2018. There are twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac for which a year can be represented by, with the animals following a specific sequence in a 12-year cycle before repeating again. Traditionally, in Taiwan and many countries in East Asia, people born in each of these years are believed to have specific characteristics and fates associated with their birth animals.
Chan says that the Year of the Dog will bring good fortune in terms of wealth, health and love for people born in the following animals of the zodiac: Rat, Tiger, Rabbit, Snake, Horse, Monkey and Rooster. However, he says that this will be a less fortunate year for those born in the year of the Ox, Dragon, Ram, Dog, and Pig. [FULL STORY]