Year of The Rat

January 15, 2020 / Hong Kong

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If you’re born in the year of the Rat, you will face “Fan Tai Sui” (犯太歲) this year. This means your energy levels will be high, and will easily get emotional over things and people. Let’s channel this extra energy towards your work, which may land remarkable results and progress. People born in the year of the Rat are about to embark on a rewarding journey, whether it’s in career, fame or wealth.

Rat zodiac 2020 health predictions

Rat‧ Health

With all the excessive energy in 2020, people born in the year of the Rat should eat light – eating too much spicy food will get you heated easily. Remember to drink more soup – a bowl a day will help you see things with a calm mind.

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Rat‧ Relationship

When it comes to relationships, 2020 is an average year for people born in the year of the Rat. If you want to up your game in all things relationships, you will need to develop a sweet tooth and become more considerate and caring, allowing yourself to show more empathy for people around you. With that in mind, a traditional Chinese sweet soup is something not to miss out on this year!

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Rat zodiac career

Rat‧ Career

People born in the year of the Rat are blessed with two lucky stars (吉星) this year: “Golden Lock” (金匱) and “General Star” (將星) – these two stars are meant to empower your career this year. But, here’s the catch – both stars require you to work hard for what you want. You will definitely get what you work for, in the meantime, Cart Noodles,  a local staple that has been with Hong Kong through all its ups and downs will boost your luck with your career.

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Rat 2020 zodiac - wealth

Rat‧ Wealth

People born in the year of the Rat are blessed with a  “Golden Lock” (金匱) wealth star this year, but it’s also important to remember that wealth requires hard work and time to accumulate. Good things happen to those who wait. If you want to boost your luck in wealth this year, don’t be afraid to go local and stick with some of Hong Konger’s favorite comfort foods, such as Siu Mei and Rice Vermicelli, and leave the fancy and expensive food to the last.

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