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The Chinese zodiac is a 12-year cycle, with an animal representing each year.  Further each year corresponds to one of five elements in traditional Chinese culture.


Those born in January and February take care: Chinese (Lunar) New Year moves between 21 January and February 20. If you were born in January or February, check whether your birth date falls before or after Chinese New Year to know what your Chinese zodiac year is. 

 

 

 

RAT

RAT

2008 (Earth), 1996 (Fire), 1984 (Wood), 1972 (Water), 1960 (Metal) 


Quick-witted, resourceful, and charming, people born under the sign of the rat are often motivated by money and do well in entrepreneurial endeavours.

Horse

HORSE

2014 (Wood), 2002 (Water), 1990 (Metal), 1978 (Earth), 1966 (Fire) 


Independence is one of the greatest strengths of people born under the sign of the horse, and they do not easily give up, but this independence can also make them self-centred. They may also be overly frank with others.

 

OX

OX

 2009 (Earth), 1997 (Fire), 1985 (Wood), 1973 (Water), 1961 (Metal)


People born under the sign of the ox are loyal and straightforward, however, they can be stubborn and may not be very good at communicating their point of view to others.

GOAT
 GOAT

2015 (Wood), 2003 (Water), 1991 (Metal), 1979 (Earth), 1967 (Fire) 


People born under the sign of the goat are quiet and thoughtful but should not be underestimated. They appreciate surrounding themselves with beautiful things but are not shallow or snobbish.

 

TIGER

TIGER

 2010 (Metal), 1998 (Earth), 1986 (Fire), 1974 (Wood), 1962 (Water) 


People born under the sign of the tiger are thought to be brave and confident, and at their best when fighting ferociously for a cause they believe in.

MONKEY

MONKEY

2016 (Fire), 2004 (Wood), 1992 (Water), 1980 (Metal), 1968 (Earth) 


Monkeys are the comedians of the Chinese zodiac. Their minds move fast and they love to make people laugh, but they can be impetuous and lack self control.

 

RABBIT

RABBIT

2011 (Metal), 1999 (Earth), 1987 (Fire), 1975 (Wood), 1963 (Water) 


People born under the sign of the rabbit are often popular because they are caring and sincere and do their best to compromise and avoid conflict. However, they are prone to hesitation, which causes them to miss out on opportunities.

ROOSTER

ROOSTER

2017 (Fire), 2005 (Wood), 1993 (Water), 1981 (Metal), 1969 (Earth) 


Hardworking, talented roosters enjoy the spotlight and like to share their accomplishments. Their constant need to be in the spotlight means they expect people to listen to them and they can become impatient when they don’t.

 

DRAGON

DRAGON

 2012 (Water), 2000 (Metal), 1988 (Earth), 1976 (Fire), 1964 (Wood) 


Everyone wants to be a dragon! People born under the sign of the dragon are confident and energetic, and live life to the fullest. They are known to dislike hypocrisy and gossip.

DOG

DOG

2018 (Earth), 2006 (Fire), 1994 (Wood), 1982 (Water), 1970 (Metal) 


People born under the sign of the dog are loyal and trustworthy, and go out of their way to protect the people they care about. They can be pessimistic and tend to worry, especially if their worldview is called into question.

 

SNAKE

SNAKE

2013 (Water), 2001 (Metal), 1989 (Earth), 1977 (Fire), 1965 (Wood) 


People born under the sign of the snake are possessed of instinctive wisdom and are highly engaged with all their senses. However, they can be prone to suspicion, which makes them paranoid.

PIG

 PIG

2019 (Earth), 2007 (Fire), 1995 (Wood), 1983 (Water), 1971 (Metal) 


Pigs are the most altruistic of the zodiac signs, often giving themselves over to humanitarian endeavours. However, their kindness and openness can make them a little gullible or naive.

 

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Info taken from https://www.thechinaguide.com/preparation/chinese-zodiac & https://www.yourchineseastrology.com/five-elements.htm