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According to Chinese customs to indicate the year,every twelve years can be named respectively by twelve kinds of animals, such that everyone has a animalswhich indicates the year he/she was born. Wanna see which animals belongs to you? Please enter your birthyear like "1978."



Your Zodiac :



The Rat: Rat people are born under the sign of charm and aggressiveness. They are expressive and are talkative at times.

The Ox: Hard-working and persistent, ox people believe in themselves. An ox has high moral standards and severely judges others against those ideals.

The Tiger: A born leader. They are always the ones most likely to cry out "Let's Go!". Noble and fearless, tigers are respected for their courage even by their opponents.

The Rabbit: The rabbit is one of the most delicate animals among all 12 animals. Rabbits are usually kind and sweet.

The Dragon: Dragons are feisty, lucky, and powerful people looked up to by others.

The Snake: Snake people are born charming and popular. Snakes will not be ignored. Yet snakes are never noisy or deliberately outspoken, they never gossip, and they have excellent manners.

The Horse: The horse is an individual who uses his wits and his labour to fulfill his desires. They have boundless energy and ambition, are adept with money, and are hard workers.

The Sheep: Sheep people are elegant, charming, artistic, gifted, and fond of nature. People born under this sign are also the most creative.

The Monkey: These are fun and loving people who are always cheerful and energetic. They are very clever.

The Rooster: Roosters are conservatives at heart. With roosters, what you see is exactly what you get. There are no hidden depths to the rooster's character.

The Dog: The dog person is loyal, sincere, honest, and faithful. Dogs tend to be serious people who complain and worry, but they mellow with age.

The Pig: Pigs are models of sincerity, purity, tolerance, and honor. Put your trust in them for they will never let you down and they will always try to do what's right.

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