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Aligned Signs Blog - Astrology, Dating, Horoscope, Love

Get to Know Those Born in the Year of the Dragon

Get to Know Those Born in the Year of the Dragon

By Aligned Signs (1379 words)
Posted in Chinese Zodiac on August 5, 2015

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In Chinese culture, the Dragon is a representation of divine power and strength. In fact, Chinese culture has possessed a high regard for Dragons throughout the years. The Dragon years are 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012 and 2024. This is the fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac sign.The Dragon is often a symbol of honor, success, authority and luck.


People born in the Year of the Dragon have plenty of advantages. They tend to have a lot of drive, which together with their ambitious nature makes them the perfect born leaders. They are usually the life and soul of any party they attend because of their energy and liveliness.

They won’t let setbacks put them off their goals, and they will stay well away from the twin evils of hypocrisy and gossip. It’s not all about their forceful personalities, though: Dragons are also highly romantic and intellectually thoughtful – a very attractive combination!


Although such people boast an impressive list of strengths, Dragons do have a few character defects. Because of their intense, almost burning ambition, they can become impatient and unrealistically demanding in situations where a little more tact would be an advantage.

Dragons may also let their moods get the better part of them, which can lead to fiery outbursts – perhaps unsurprising for a Dragon, but nevertheless awkward in either social or work settings. They can become arrogant and intolerant, insisting that their own view of a situation must be the correct one.



Since people who were born in the Year of the Dragon are natural leaders, they often favor leadership positions. They excel in positions that enable them to be creative and flow in their talents. Suitable careers for people born in the Dragon Years are sales positions, managers, architects, journalists, lawyers, computer analysts, inventors,  engineers, teachers, priests and film producers.


If there is one word that describes someone born in the Year of the Dragon, it is “passion,” and this applies very strongly in romantic situations. A relationship with a Dragon can be extremely exciting, and whatever happens, it is very unlikely to be a dull experience with nothing much happening!

Dragon people may start relationships without stopping to think for very long, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Dragons who decide to start a relationship won’t worry, fret, and delay making any commitments, but will throw themselves into that relationship with all their heart and soul.


The most ideal love matches for Dragons are Rats, Monkeys, and Tigers. The Dragon and Rat form a brilliant relationship because they are adventurous and ambitious. They seem to have a natural respect for each other. The Rat appreciates the Dragon's dominant nature. The Dragon recognizes the Rat's intellectual ability.

{#/pub/images/18498729_s.jpg}The Dragon and Monkey form a perfect match because both signs love excitement. The Dragon admires the Monkey's inventive qualities. The Monkey appreciates the Dragon's courageous and enthusiasm for life.

Dragons have a high degree of compatibility with Tigers because they understand each other’s forceful personalities and love of being around people. They will always want to keep each other’s interests, resulting in varied and stimulating relationships.

What Works?

Lucky Colors: silver, hoary, and gold.

Lucky Numbers: 1, 6 and 7.

Lucky Flowers: larkspur, bleeding heart vine, and hyacinth.

Famous People Born in the Year of the Dragon

The Year of the Dragon has an impressive list of famous people born during these years. The list includes Susan B. Anthony, Dr. Seuss, Robin Williams, Rihanna , Joan of Arc, Alexa Vega, Salvador Dali, Mae West, Sandra Bullock, JC Chasez, Rupert Grint, Florence Nightingale, Russell Crowe, Melissa Joan Hart, Nicholas Cage and Sigmund Freud. If you were born during these years, consider yourself in good company.



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Comments (1)

Rhys posted on: October 27, 2019

Amazing article I can't wait to see more from this blog the articles are great if you want to see some information about chinese culture I would suggest

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