Fans will celebrate Chinese New Year on February 10, 2024, but what does it mean if you were born in the Year of the Dragon?
He considered that this year would give those born in the year of the Chinese zodiac the opportunity to shine in their careers and also advised his 79,000 followers not to get married.
But social media users were left confused as they faced conflicting advice, with some claiming they had heard it was a good time to get married.
In it shorten which has since racked up just under 30,000 views, said: ‘2024 is the year of the Dragon.
‘If you were born in the Year of the Dragon, this year is the turning point in your career.
American TikToker Victoria Mei recently warned users who were born in the Year of the Dragon with some of her predictions.
Canadian content creator @chinesewithlia told her fans born in the year of the dragon zodiac to wear red to protect themselves from bad luck.
‘This year you will be able to demonstrate your talents and skills and obtain more professional opportunities.
‘Secondly, don’t get married this year. 2024 is called the year of the widow in China; In China there is no beginning of spring in the lunar calendar.
“It is very unfortunate to get married this year in China.”
One TikTok user said: ‘I’m a dragon and my wedding is this month’ and another said: ‘Some say this year is a lucky year to get married, I’m confused!’
But one user, convinced by Victoria’s advice, asked: ‘Can I then renew my vows?’
This comes after a similar video made by a Canadian content creator. @chinoconlia published, who recommended his fans born in the year of the dragon zodiac to dress in red, to protect themselves from bad luck.
In the 27 seconds of duration shortenLia told her 438,000 followers to be careful about the bad luck that Chinese New Year 2024 would bring them if their zodiac is the dragon.
‘Yeah you were born in these years, your zodiac sign is dragon aAnd when your zodiac year arrives, that will bring you bad luck.
Some TikTok viewers were stumped by Victoria’s marriage advice, while others asked Lia about her red-wear rule.
‘We call it ben ming nian in Chinese: the ear of destiny. That year, you offend the god of age: Tai Sui.
It will stay in your head all year, bring you bad luck and get you into trouble. But do not worryHere’s a way to fix it.
You have to ask a family member to get you something red, like long underwear, red belt, red socks, lingerie or underwear.
TikTok users were quick to ask Lia which red clothing items made the cut, with one asking, “Is a red bracelet good?” and another asks: ‘Do I have to wear my red hat all year round?’
But one account admitted: “I wore red underwear on New Year’s so I’m safe.”