Auspicious Greetings for the Tiger Year

Auspicious Greetings for the Tiger Year

According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2010 is the Year of a Golden Tiger, which begins on February 14, 2010 and ends on February 2, 2011.

The Tiger is the third sign in the cycle of Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 animal signs.  It is a sign of courageous, active, and self-assured.  People who are born in the Year of Tiger are generally optimistic, passionate and independent. They also have traits of rebellious, dynamic, and unpredictable. They are quick tempered but considerate, affectionate but careless.

The Tiger is a natural born leader and symbolizes power, passion and daring. This fearless and fiery fighter is revered by the ancient Chinese as the sign that wards off the three main disasters of a household: fire, thieves and ghosts.

Previously we posted an article on Chinese New Year Customs and some popular Chinese New Year Greetings.

Here are some Chinese New Year Greetings about Tiger that may come in handy this festive season!

Auspicious Greetings for the Tiger Year

虎年大吉  hǔ nián dà jí

Good Luck in the Year of Tiger


虎运连年  hǔ yùn lián nián

As lucky as the Tiger year after year


虎虎生威,虎年更猛  hǔ hǔ shēng wēi, hǔ nián gèng měng

To prosper with fury like a tiger and be successful in the Year of Tiger


福虎凌云  fú hǔ líng yún

Reach out to the clouds and soar into the sky with the Lucky Tiger


瑞虎丰年  ruì hǔ fēng nián

Lucky Tiger brings you a good harvest.


福虎贺岁 fú hǔ hè suì

Lucky Tiger welcomes a brand New Year


虎啸祥瑞 hǔ xiào xiáng ruì

Tiger roars and calls for a lucky New Year


虎年如意 hǔ nián rú yì

Things going as you planned in the Tiger Year


虎气冲天  hǔ qì chōng tiān

A great Tiger Year ahead!

With that, iLearn’s here to wish you a Happy Tiger Year, best wishes & prosperity for 2010.

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