It’s Chinese New Year and it will be lucky for you!
Happy Chinese New Year! It’s the Year of the Pig, traditionally seen as a lucky animal in China. Here’s how you can turn this good luck into a lottery fortune this year.
Will the year of the Pig bring you the lottery luck you’ve been searching for?
According to the Chinese zodiac, the Pig symbolises wealth. Capitalising on its good luck will be just what you need to earn a Lottery24 payday this year.
12 different animals represent the Chinese zodiac. Last year it was the year of the Dog, now the Pig takes its place, and next year it’ll be the Rat. Each animal symbolises something different.
The Pig is representative of luck, wealth, honesty and prosperity. That seems positive if you’re looking for a big lottery win this year! The Pig is also well-fed and looked after by others.
If you’re looking for some new lucky numbers, then the Pig counts 2, 5 and 8 as its. You can also choose combinations of any of these and still be considered lucky. You should stay away from the numbers 1 and 7 though as these are seen as unlucky.
The Pig also has lucky colours. These are yellow, grey, brown and most importantly gold. If you’re looking for new lucky superstitions then wearing gold when you buy your tickets might be a good place to start.
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People born in the year of the Pig are also said to take on many of these characteristics. If you are born in the Year of a Pig then you are seen as lucky. You’d also be somebody who enjoys life, is good with money and occasionally treats themselves.
Make sure the luck of the Pig comes to you this Chinese New Year. Some taboos bring the opposite. Don’t wash your hair or your clothes on the first day of the year. Don’t lend or borrow money. Stay away from crying children. Lastly, make sure you don’t eat porridge!
In preparation for Chinese New Year there are many traditions. Putting up lanterns and red decorations will help to bring the good luck in. Celebrations also usually involve a big family dinner the day before.