Chinese Horoscopes Gallery

Symbol for the Rat

The Rat

People born under the sign of the rat tend to be quick-witted and resourceful. They are problem solvers who seem to instinctively understand what is needed in a variety of situations.

Rats are usually thought to be quite charming and, in truth, they are. However, below that affable surface, they are usually thinking about ways to prosper individually. Rats always look out for number one, but the people they truly love usually wind up benefiting along with them.

Symbol for the Ox

The Ox

People born under the sign of the Ox tend to be dependable, non-judgmental and generally peace loving. However, watch out if someone makes them angry because they can become quite volatile.

While Oxen aren't usually considered the most outwardly romantic people, they do offer their mates a steady, abiding love.

Symbol for the Tiger

The Tiger

Tigers tend to be the kind of people who take charge! They have strong characters and a good deal of confidence.

People of this sign can be gentle when needed, but they can also be quite aggressive when they're going after something they want.

Symbol of the Rabbit

The Rabbit

Rabbits tend to be hard workers who prefer to take supportive roles rather than be in charge. They are straightforward characters, but they balance this characteristic by being equally gentle and kind.

Rabbits are also excellent at sensing the true characters of other people. They can detect a lie almost as quickly as it's told, and tell when someone is genuinely sincere. For these reasons, rabbits make solid friends to people they know they can really trust.

Symbol for the Dragon

The Dragon

People born under the sign of the Dragon tend to be charismatic and lucky. They are natural born leaders, but sometimes they persist in following the wrong course because they are either too stubborn to consider someone else's opinion or too enthralled with the challenge.

Dragons can also be arrogant and even a bit bad-tempered at times, but they are still caring people at heart.

Symbol of the Snake

The Snake

Snakes tend to be rather intellectual, and many find successful careers in academic professions. They can also be sly at times and willing to use nearly any means to achieve their goals. That doesn't mean they're dishonest; they're just strong-willed about getting their way and can usually find a way to make that happen.

Snakes also have a talent for seduction, so be prepared if one decides to pursue you!

Symbol of the Horse

The Horse

People born in the year of the Horse tend to be quite social, and they love attending gatherings and engaging in good conversation. They make loyal friends and trustworthy partners.

Horses also love travel and freedom, so be sure to give them a little space no matter what kind of relationship you share.

Symbol of the Goat

The Goat

Goats, also symbolized as sheep in some traditions, are determined characters who tend to believe strongly in social justice. They have a lot of confidence in themselves, which sometimes leads them to be overly opinionated. However, they will use that confidence to champion others less fortunate than themselves.

Goats also have a creative, artistic side, which is often expressed through their love of music, painting or crafting in one form or another.

Symbol for the Monkey

The Monkey

People born in a year of the Monkey usually make entertaining companions. They are intelligent and curious about almost everything, and they have energy to spare.

Monkeys can behave rather impetuously in their youth, but they tend to direct their energy into achieving their goals as they mature. In fact, they can do almost anything they set their minds to.

Symbol for the Rooster

The Rooster

People born in a year of the Rooster tend to be bold and courageous. They can be very direct and they rarely miss a detail. They may also be self-centered at times, but they really do look out for their loved ones.

Most Roosters also harbor a little vanity and enjoy being praised.

Symbol of the Dog

The Dog

People born in a year of the dog make some of the most caring and loyal friends of all. Kind and sympathetic, Dogs are always ready to lend an ear or a helping hand.

People of this sign tend to be slow to anger, but they can go on the attack if they're sufficiently provoked. The good news is that they rarely hold a grudge.

Symbol for the Pig

The Pig

People born in a year of the Pig can be a little complicated. On one hand, Pigs are hard workers who value home and hearth. They are realistic about the world around them, and they genuinely try to be good friends and neighbors. On the other hand, they do not like to compromise and can be very independent. These tendencies can make it difficult for them to have life-long friends,.

If you're intrigued by the Chinese zodiac signs, learn which animal correlates with your birth year by visiting 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs.

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