Chinese Horoscope 2019 | Free Yearly Chinese Horoscope 2019

Chinese Horoscope 2019 – Free Yearly Chinese Horoscope 2019

Chinese Horoscope 2019 – Free Yearly Chinese Horoscope 2019
Time passes quickly and so does the year that is about to end. Now it's time again to get ready for new experiences and challenges, which makes it the perfect moment to get an exclusive preview of next year's events in the free Chinese horoscope 2019. 2019 is the year of the pig. Consequently, the horoscope for 2019 has to be seen in the context of the reigning pig sign. Needless to say, that not only those who are born under the sign of the Horse can get a free astrological forecast here, as the remaining eleven zodiac signs naturally have the same opportunity.

You don´t know your chinese zodiac sign?

Click here to calculate your cinese zodiac sign:

Please choose your chinese zodiac sign:

Outlook on the year 2019

The past year held several successful moments for different zodiac signs, who managed to use them wisely for their benefit. However, that doesn't mean that 2013 was a bed of roses as there were good and bad times with repeated ups and downs. According to the yearly Chinese horoscope 2019, next year the road will be less rocky for many zodiac signs, who will therefore experience a rather smooth ride and generally more stability in their lives. When it comes to love and matters of the heart, 2019 will hold some pleasant surprises for singles as well as for attached individuals. Tendencies and developments in the financial area as well as with regard to world peace are also being discussed thoroughly, which are two more good reasons for anyone to take a close look at the forecast. Reading the yearly Chinese horoscope for 2019 helps every zodiac sign to get an idea of the upcoming events and the challenges they have to prepare for in advance. And yet, with everything that requires our attention during the season and towards the end of the year, it is hard to focus on the near future, although we all know that time doesn't stop at Christmas and New Year's Eve. Having said that against the background of the Chinese horoscope, it is important to know that the Chinese New Year’s Day is not on January 1st, as is the case in Western cultures.

The great importance of New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve is one of the most important celebration days in China, but as opposed to the Western world, the Chinese (and some other Asian countries) celebrate the New Year on a different day. Since the Chinese calendar was replaced with the Gregorian calendar, the Chinese New Year's Eve takes place between January 21st and February 21st. In 2019, the Chinese New Year starts on January 31st and is ruled by the sign of the pig, which follows the year of the Snake. New Year's Eve traditionally is a huge family celebration which is held in high esteem through all generations in China. The reason why the New Year's date changes every year is the lunar calendar, which by its nature is also subject to constant changes. As a basic rule, the Chinese New Year is always on the second new moon after winter solstice, which is exactly the period between January 21st and February 21st.

Not just a turn of the years

In the Chinese tradition, New Year's Eve and New Year are much more than ordinary celebration days. They are major events that have a lot of meaning attached to it, which is why they officially last three days. According to the original Chinese tradition, New Year celebrations even last 15 days because they include quite a number of ancient customs and rituals that are being practiced in that period of time. The New Year celebrations are concluded on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month with another big event, which is the famous Chinese Lantern Festival. In larger cities, people nowadays tend to stick to the shorter and official version of New Year events, which comprises three days of festivities.