Chinese Zodiac - Sign of the Dragon
Years Of The Dragon: 1904,1916,1928,1940,1952,1976,1988, 2000,2012
Chinese people say the Dragon is a born monarch. They are aggressive, determined, very proud and naturally arrogant, born with an air of superiority. The Chinese people say the dragon leaves wealth and prosperity in his path. They seem to have the Midas touch and are considered to be the luckiest of all the signs, with good fortune following them wherever they go.
Dragon people are feisty and gifted. They love power. They are idealists, perfectionists and not well suited to growing old. They can be irritable and stubborn, over-proud and inclined to easily lose their temper.
They can be tyrannical, terribly snobbish, easily impressed by wealth and prestige.
Dragon people may well devote themselves to a great cause or work and they will always come out on top. They are bright, sharp people with lots of drive and they throw themselves into projects. Sometimes they can misjudge situations but there will be ultimately be success wherever they go despite any misdemeanour's.
Occupations best suited to the Dragon include:
Managing Directors, Psychoanalysts, Engineers, Architects, Campaigners, Sales people, Inventors
The Dragon will generally be lucky in love. But they need both mental and physical stimulation. They will either meet life partners’ when quite young or never marry. Many Dragons are happy living alone, yet they will bring good luck to any partnership they are in. The female of the sign often tends to be a rather dominant woman. The Monkey, Snake and Rat are the best partners for the Dragon, though the only sign that can pull the wool over the Dragon’s eyes is the Monkey. The Boar and Ox don’t cope well with their excesses.