On 31 January, Singapore celebrated the Lunar New Year – this is one of the most important holidays in the Chinese calendar as it symbolizes the coming of spring. I personally love the Lunar New Year celebrations because it is a wonderful opportunity to get together and celebrate with the family.
The Chinese culture has its own zodiac or astrological signs, which rotate each Lunar New Year. The different signs are named after 12 different animals, (see my post HERE for more information on the animals and the story behind them). This year marks the year of the horse.
Like the western astrological signs, each character in the Chinese zodiac has unique characteristics and personality traits. As a result, different signs are more compatible as friends, companions and lovers than other. Because we are approaching western culture’s Valentine’s Day, I thought it would be fun to share a chart outlining compatibility. You may be surprised to learn that many people still rely on these charts when determining if a mate is suitable for them!
If you are in Singapore and would like to know more about your zodiac sign, you can always approach a Capella Singapore Personal Assistant who can arrange you meeting with a Chinese Astrology expert to teach you more about your sign and the significance of the Chinese zodiac.