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Chinese Zodiac

时间:2015/7/27 12:05:57 作者:learnmorechina 来源: 查看:71 评论:0
What is Zodiac in China? How about Chinese Zodiac? What are the Zodiac means in China? Learn More China share some details for Chinese Zodiac with you. Welcome to share your idea for Chinese Zodiac with us. 

Now it is the 2015 year. 2015 is the Year of the Sheep according to Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Sheep starts from Feb. 19, 2015 (the Lunar New Year / Spring Festival of China) and lasts to Feb. 7, 2016.

Chinese ZodiacThe Chinese Zodiac, known as Sheng Xiao, is based on a twelve-year cycle, each year in that cycle related to an animal sign. These signs are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. It is calculated according to Chinese lunar calendar. You can use the calculator to search for your Chinese zodiac animal sign. Select your Gregorian date of birth, and you'll reveal your date of birth according to the lunar calendar, together with your zodiac sign.

There has been a relationship between human and the 12 zodiacal animals. It is believed that the years represented by the animals affect the characters of people in the same way like the western astrology signs. Click the following signs to know the personalities of persons under different signs. Facts like years, strengths, weaknesses, best matches and fortune of 2015 of each sign are introduced.

Some signs are perfect matches while some are less compatible or even born opponents. Use the tool to test the compatibility for you and your partner!
 
Best Matches for 12 Signs:
Rat: Ox, Rabbit and Dragon
Ox: Rat, Monkey and Rooster
Tiger: Dragon, Horse and Pig
Rabbit: Sheep, Monkey, Dog and Pig
Dragon: Rat, Tiger and Snake
Snake: Dragon and Rooster
Horse: Tiger, Sheep and Rabbit
Sheep: Rabbit, Horse and Pig
Monkey: Ox and Rabbit
Rooster: Ox and Snake
Dog: Rabbit
Pig: Tiger, Rabbit and Sheep

Now, do you know what is your Chinese Zodia? 


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