What your Chinese Zodiac sign reveals about you!

Chinese Zodiac sign ? The signs of the Chinese zodiac can reveal very interesting information about your personality. In fact, Chinese astrology is based on traditional calendar and astronomical principles. Existing for millennia, Chinese astrology has a cycle of 12 years, each represented by the 12 animals corresponding to the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac. Find out what your Chinese zodiac sign says about you!

Chinese Zodiac sign

To know what is your sign of the Chinese zodiac, it is important to know that the beginning of the year in the Chinese calendar varies from year to year and often takes place towards the end of January or beginning of February. So, if you were born around the beginning of January or before the beginning of the Chinese year, it would be better to read the description of the previous year.

Chinese Zodiac sign – The year of the Rat

(1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020)

People born during the year of the Rat are charming and at ease in different social situations. Indeed, they are particularly popular and very talented in the field of business. They are also known for their critical thinking and their tendency to get carried away too quickly. Rats can be opportunistic, but that does not stop them from valuing relationships and being very generous and passionate, both in love and in business.

Chinese Zodiac sign – Year of the Ox / Buffalo

(1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021)

People with the sign of the Ox are very representative of the expression “strong as an ox”, thanks to their incredible capacity to manage and to face in all circumstances. They are methodical in managing their responsibilities and are highly respected for their confidence and their great abilities. However, they sometimes show chauvinism, intransigence, desperate to defend their interests against all odds. They have an admirable sense of duty, which impacts their personal lives, which are generally very stable but very boring and less passionate. The oxen are extremely loyal to their family and partner.

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