Ouaf ouaf, wāngwāng, bow wow !

Rédigé le 30/01/2018
Zara Garnier

©Xinhua/Su Yang/Maxppp -  A child looks at the cartoon dog sculptures in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 17, 2018

Ouaf ouaf en français, wāngwāng en mandarin ou encore bow wow en anglais… C’est bien du plus fidèle de nos compagnons auquel nous faisons allusion, c’est l’année du chien chinois !

Sur les douze signes de l’astrologie chinoise, après le Coq de Feu en 2017, 2018 célèbre le Chien de Terre.

D’après l’horoscope traditionnel, comme pour l’animal que nous aimons tant, les principaux traits de caractère des personnes de ce signe sont la loyauté et la fidélité.

Le Nouvel An Chinois 2018 sera célébré le 16 février 2018

©Yinming/VCG/Maxppp - A woman poses with a big dog sculpture with the similar hairstyle and gesture of US President Donald Trump outside a shopping mall on December 24, 2017 in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province of China. China will welcome the Year of the Dog since February 16, 2018

©Xinhua/Liang Xiaopeng/Maxppp - Shi Zhongyin, a pupil from  Qingdao Tongji Experimental School, displays the dog he paints in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 21, 2018. A talent show was held in the school to greet Chinese traditional lunar New Year -- the Year of Dog, which starts from Feb. 16

 ©Xinhua/Liang Xiaopeng/Maxppp - A pupil of Qingdao Tongji Experimental School displays a dog she paints in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 21, 2018. 

©EPA/DAVID CHANG/MAXPPP -  A couple riding a motorbike brought their dog to take part in the Balloon Parade in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, 16 December 2017. Participants brought 2018 pet dogs to welcome the Chinese New Year 2018. 

©Xinhua/Li Ziheng/Maxppp - People select dog puppets for the upcoming Spring Festival, which will be the Year of Dog, in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 14, 2018

©Xinhua/Luo Xiaoguang/Maxppp - People visit an exhibition of the 2018 Year of Dog Chinese Zodiac Design Competition in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 28, 2017

©Xinhua/Sun Can/Maxppp -  A pottery dog is displayed in Nanjing Museum, Jan. 5, 2018. The dog-themed cultural relics exhibition, which kicked off on Friday, displayed nearly a hundred cultural relics themed on dog. The Year of Dog, or Chinese traditional lunar New Year of this year, starts from Feb. 16


©CHINAFOTOPRESS/MAXPPP - A full moon rises over a dog shaped light on New Year's Day on January 1, 2018 in Dalian, Liaoning Province of China

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