How to avoid bad luck in 2024:  Astrologer shares Chinese New Year predictions for 2024, including why you shouldn’t get married

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USA-based TikToker Victoria Mei recently warned users who were born in the Year of the Dragon with some of her predictions

Chinese New Year will be marked by followers on February 10 in 2024 – but what does it mean if you were born in the Year of the Dragon?

TikToker Victoria Mei, from the US, recently warned users who were born in the Year of the Dragon with some of her predictions, on her account @vc.mei.

She felt that this year would bring those born in the Chinese zodiac year the chance to shine in their careers, and also advised her 79,000 followers against marriage.

But social media users were left confused as they were faced with conflicting advice, with some claiming they’d heard it was a good time to get married.

In the clip which has since amassed just shy of 30,000 views she said: ‘2024 is the year of Dragon. 

‘If you’re born in the Year of Dragon, this year is the turning point of your career.

USA-based 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 dragon zodiac year to wear red, to ward off any bad luck

Canadian content creator @chinesewithlia told her fans born in the dragon zodiac year to wear red, to ward off any bad luck

‘You will be able to show your talents and abilities this year and to gain more career opportunities.   

‘Second, don’t get married this year. 2024 is called the widow year in China; there is no beginning of the spring in the lunar calendar in China.

‘It is very unlucky to get married this year in China’.

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One TikTok user said: ‘I’m a dragon and my wedding is this month’ and another said: ‘Some say that this year is a lucky year to get married, I’m confused!’

But one user, convinced by Victoria’s advice asked: ‘Can I renew my vows then?’

This comes after a similar video made by Canadian content creator @chinesewithlia was published, who told her fans born in the dragon zodiac year to wear red, to ward off any bad luck.

In the 27-second-long clip, Lia told her 438,000 followers to be wary of the bad luck Chinese New Year 2024 would bring them if their zodiac is the dragon.  

‘If you were born in these years, your zodiac sign is dragon and when your zodiac year comes around, that will bring you bad luck. 

Some TikTok viewers were left perplexed by Victoria's marriage advice, while others queried Lia on her red clothing rule

Some TikTok viewers were left perplexed by Victoria’s marriage advice, while others queried Lia on her red clothing rule

‘We call it the ben ming nian in Chinese – the ear of fate. That year, you offend the god of age – Tai Sui.

‘It will sit around your head all year around, bring you bad luck, make you get in trouble. But don’t worry, there’s a way to fix it.

You need to ask a relative to get you something in red, like long johns, red belt, red socks, red lingerie or underwear’.

TikTok users were quick to ask Lia what items of clothing in the colour red made the cut, with one asking: ‘Is a red bracelet good?’ and another asking: ‘Do I have to wear my red hat all year?’

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But one account admitted: ‘I wore red underwear on new years so am I safe’. 

 

 

 

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