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Look to the stars: Your guide to the 2018 astrology forecast (3/3)



By Stephanie Chao ,The Eye On Taiwan news staff — A popular Taiwanese astrology expert, Jesse Tang, weighs in the upcoming first half of 2018 through the zodiac signs for work, love, money and health.

Take a look of your fortune in the first half of this year:


There is a perfect opportunity for Sagittarius to prove themselves with their skillset. This year’s challenges for Sagittarius come from your ego and past actions, and you should keep in mind of attracting unsavory personalities. In the new year, you should place more emphases on developing and stabilizing yourself.

Work: You will meet quirky colleagues or unique working models.

Love: It’s prime time for you to face wrong relationships. Your womanizing or playgirl tendencies will come back to haunt you, though at the same time it might create deja vu connections.

Money: Financial pressure will lead to tighter purse strings and money management, but it’s also a good time for you to purchase property or land.

Health: Sagittarius may find themselves enamored by unique medical care. You will have better luck with medical issues in April and May.



Capricorns will be more social and outgoing this year. Your personality will also affect your luck. After May, family problems will make a comeback.

Work: Reigning in your personality will help turn around luck for you in the workplace.

Love: In the next seven years, Capricorns will find themselves meeting strange and unique significant others or end up with sudden flings or breakups.

Money: A desire to make more money will be aroused after May, though Capricorns should make adjustments to your financial management habits to lay down the stepping stones for financial stability.

Health: Capricorns be wary of possible aliments due to work-related gatherings.



A helpful mentor will provide great opportunities for you and there’s a likelihood of publishing your work this year.

Work: The Aquarius will find themselves on the cusp of changing roles (become a parent, an entrepreneur…etc.), and it’s a good chance to restructure your life. It’s best for you to take advantage of chances to shine.

Love: You’re riding on the momentum to build up your career, so the likelihood of looking into relationships for you is slim. However, a kind and thoughtful person will appear in your life after May.

Money: It’s a good time for you to invest in property. For financial management, Aquarius should look into objectifying your finances.

Health: Aquarius should increase awareness for maintaining your health. Prevention is always better than treatment.


In the first half of 2018, it’s a ripe period for Pisces to chase your dreams. It is suitable for you to use opportunities to expand your horizons, going into new fields, meeting people of different cultures and taking on overseas work responsibilities.

Work: Take advantage of February and March, when there is ample time for promotion and becoming a popular, well-liked coworker.

Love: A person who will be able to expand your interrelationships will be a suitable partner for Pisces.

Money: Financial stress will lessen up after May and your friends will become an unlikely source of tips for financial management. Pisces should look forward to learning and investing in yourself.

Health: Pisces will face emotional rollercoasters after May and it’s best to force yourself to rest. Methods to help sooth your body and mental health should be considered.


(Picture and video from Jesse Tang’s Facebook)

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