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Happy Chinese New Year! What Does it Mean to be Born in the Year of the Horse?

Happy Chinese New Year from our hearts here at The Wan Team. May this year continue to bring you closer to both your family and your goals.

If you’re one of the many lucky people born in the Chinese year of the horse—this is an auspicious sign…from the culture of auspicious signs. Those born in the year of the horse were born in the following years:

  • 02/11/1918 – 01/31/1919
  • 01/30/1930 – 02/16/1931
  • 02/15/1942 – 02/04/1943
  • 02/03/1954 – 01/23/1955
  • 01/21/1966 – 02/08/1967
  • 02/07/1978 – 01/27/1979
  • 01/27/1990 – 02/14/1991
  • 02/12/2002 – 01/31/2003

Characteristics of Those Born in the Year of the Horse
Horses in Chinese mythology are representative of the people as a whole—ever growing, proceeding and evolving. People born in the year of the horse are typically energetic, hard-working, warm and intelligent. They posses a number of strengths and weaknesses…

Year of the Horse: Strength
Their strengths include being excellent communicators who like to take the spotlight, especially in their community. Due to this spirit, horse babies make friends very easily and tend to be the ‘life of the party’. Horse babies also tend to be quite clever and have entrepreneurial and adventurous careers.

Year of the Horse: Weaknesses
Despite the long list of positive traits, those born in the year of the horse do have a number of weaknesses—one of which being that they are great communicators…but often talk far too much. They also can be quite stubborn (and often don’t listen to the advice of their loved ones) and can become easily frustrated, especially by failure. Any downturn in life or work can easily turn to pessimism, which is why they need to surround themselves in people who can lift them up during hard times.

Celebrities born in the year of the horse:

  • Clint Eastwood
  • Oprah
  • Genghis Khan
  • Warren Buffet
  • Sean Connery
  • Gene Hackman
  • James Earl Jones
  • Emperor Kangxi and Yongzheng of China’s Qing Dynasty
  • Pal McCartney
  • Barbara Streisand
  • Harrison Ford
  • Jackie Chan
  • Denzel Washington
  • John Travolta
  • James Cameron

We thank you for enjoying this information about this Chinese New Year’s exciting year of the horse. We hope that you will return to our blog to understand more about real estate, The Wan Team—and occasionally to learn more information from our Chinese heritage!

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