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The Chinese (Eastern) Zodiac is made up of twelve different
animal symbols. The animals of the Eastern Zodiac are the Rat, the Ox
the Tiger, the Rabbit (a.k.a. Hare), the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse,
the Ram (a.k.a. sheep or goat), the Monkey, the Rooster, the Dog and the
The Chinese Zodiac is similar to the Western Zodiac in that each symbol represents a different personality type.
Monkey people are generally known to be cheerful, energetic, clever, generous and highly intelligent problem-solvers.
Rat people are quick witted, friendly and loyal.
Rabbit people tend to have sweet dispositions and prefer to avoid confrontations.
Tiger people are thought to be natural born leaders who thrive on competition and perform well under pressure.
Ox people are patient and caring, with a tendency toward stubbornness.
People born under the sign of the Dragon are said to be talented, self-assured and temperamental.
Snake people can be super sexy and sophisticated, bewitching observers with their irresistible charm.
People who are born under the sign of the Ram tend to be creative, artistic and often stubborn or impractical.
Pig people are known for their patience, intelligence and trustworthiness, as well as their desire for peace and quiet.
People born under the sign of the Rooster are thought to be independent, prompt, practical, and observant.
Those born under the sign of the Horse can be energetic and impatient, often with a tendency toward wanderlust.
People born under the sign of the Goat are said to be mild mannered and kind.
Shown to your right are the Chinese characters that represent each of the 12 animal zodiac signs. Shown below are a number of interesting variations of a Chinese zodiac wheel, which shows the symbols and indicates the birth years associated with each symbol.
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