Are you familiar
with the Chinese Zodiac, or what it has to say about your
personality? These star signs are based on a cycle of 12 years, each
of which is calculated based on the Chinese lunar calendar. In turn,
the lunar year begins in late January or in early February. However,
this varies depending on the year.
Each of these years
is represented by an animal. The animals, in order, are Rat, Ox,
Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and
Some argue each of
these animals represents certain personalities. As the saying goes,
“this animal hides in your heart.”
The Rat (1900, 1912, 1294, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020, 2032)
If you are a Rat in
the Chinese Zodiac, then you are good with relationships and are
quite charming. You might have a bit of a temper, and you are popular
among your friends. You are also usually bubbling with ideas because
of your sharp intellect. You will also see opportunities others will
usually miss when it comes to love, business or even relationships.
You are also a passionate lover.
Oxes are strong, and
they can confidently overcome many challenges. Besides these traits,
these people are also responsible and practical. But they can also
get a little arrogant and fierce. But can also be affectionate, and
they are faithful to those they love. They are also dutiful and
If the tiger
represents your year of birth, then you are very sensitive to your
emotions. You can be very loving, but you also have a strong desire
to dominate. In relationships, you are very passionate, and usually,
expect the commitment you have to be repaid by your partner. But you
also don’t mind riding solo. Also, in the face of challenges, you
are fearless, and you can be a great leader although you can suffer
from impatience and restlessness. You also don’t handle criticism
very well as you are very sensitive. However, nothing seems to get
you down as you always bounce back.
Those born in the
year of the rabbit are lovable and good company. They are also
affectionate and sweet, and they avoid conflict. A hare’s life is
about happiness and joy. However, hares are easily distracted, and
they can neglect and hurt others without knowing it. But also, they
are smart and don’t mind some alone time once in a while. They like
to be relationships.
Dragons are full of
energy, and they possess undeniable talent and intelligence. Dragons
don’t give up on their dreams, but they are perfectionists, and
that is their major downside. They can be too hard on themselves and
others. But they relish a challenge, especially when they have to go
after it with all they have. That is why they achieve big things.
They don’t fancy rules and chart their own course. They like their
freedom and committed relationships drain them. That is why they seek
relationships with kindred spirits so that their lives can still be
full of adventure.
Snakes are cunning,
and they also have a romantic and charming side to them. But they are
also secretive and are often loners. Therefore, they are not the most
social creatures out there. They work hard, but they don’t seek
public recognition for their achievements. Snakes can get jealous in
relationships, and they make grace and elegance a priority.
hardworking, and they put a lot of effort into whatever they involve
themselves with. They don’t even mind working on their own, and can
even be poor team players. This makes them look egotistical. They are
also popular, and they have good social skills. They also don’t
back away from challenges. However, they can have short tempers, and
their romantic relationships can be full of impulsive episodes.
Sheep are lovable.
They are likable and charming, although they might appear reserved.
They are also complainers, and usually, they see the negative side of
things. But they have a deep love for culture and art. However,
self-confidence is not their greatest strength. They also like
relationships that give them security.
Full of intelligence
and energy, monkeys always draw attention. Conversations and small
talk are easy for them, and they possess a lot of natural charm.
People with this personality have humor, but to some, they appear
suspicious and untrustworthy. They do best in places with lots of
Roosters are good
communicators, and they are also hardworking and resourceful. They
are, however, a bit egotistical as they don’t enjoy sharing the
spotlight or having their opinions countered. They like attention,
however, and they will dress and do things that make them stand out.
They are also loyal in relationships.
Dogs have a stellar
reputation for being faithful friends, and this also applies to
people represented by this animal in the Chinese Zodiac. These people
are honest, loyal and faithful, and they pour their heart and soul
into what they do. They can also be critics, although they enjoy
resolving issues. They can also really hold a grudge and find it hard
to forgive. They desire healthy relationships.
Pigs can be great
partners, and they are very tolerant and honest. They are full of
intrigue and are sharp-witted. They also have big dreams, and they
usually achieve them through their intellectual might. They overlook
their flaws, but they also focus on the good in others, and that
often gets them hurt. Although they can easily get materialistic,
they appreciate spending time with loved ones.