Dragon 2022 zodiac horoscope: What your Chinese zodiac sign means for you this year


Dragons, who are born after the Chinese New Year during 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000 and 2012, will be happy with their horoscope for 2022. Just make sure you’re keeping your health in check and not resting on your laurels in any aspect of life. Express.co.uk chatted to Marites Allen, Celebrity Feng Shui and Chinese Zodiac Expert (@maritesallen on Instagram) to find out what the Dragon horoscope is for 2022.

Overall Forecast

This overall forecast is valid for this year 2022 (Year of the Water Tiger) starting from February 1, 2022, to January 21, 2023.

Any pitfalls you had in the previous year should be gone for 2022 and this year will be kinder Dragon.

Marites said: “Do not let adversities and difficulties get the better of you.

There will be more positive transformations at the end of the year.

“The stars will bring better fortune to the Dragons in the area of career, giving a boost to many life aspects.

“Wearing accessories with the mystic knot or double happiness symbols will work wonders.”

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A love relationship is better kept on a platonic level for you, Dragon.

Marites explained: “If you are single, love may be fraught with uncertainty. You may meet someone who will try to pick you up from your past heartaches and put you back on your feet again.

“Excitingly, a romantic relationship could come from a chance encounter.

“Those in a relationship may experience challenges this year and are likely have a misunderstanding with their partner.”


While health luck is generally good, you may experience stress and bouts of depression this year, Dragon.

Marites said this depression might take a toll on your body, so be wary of that.

She added: “Some afflicted energies may cause some setbacks in the family and the health of everyone in the household should be of utmost importance at this time.

“Pay attention to their health needs and if warranted, seek medical attention as early as possible.”


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