People born in the Year of the Monkey (1968, 1980, 1992 or any 12 years before or after) can look forward to a financially rewarding year, not too dissimilar to Goats. However, Lee Shing-Chak insists that Monkeys should stay away from casinos and refuse to dabble in “unsavoury” businesses because it could have an adverse impact on their fortunes. Another feng shui expert Mak Ling-ling reckons singletons can hope to find love with someone in their workplace. In contrast, married people are warned not to spend too much time at work and neglect their family. The recently re-elected Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen is a Monkey.


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