All You Need to Know About Chinese Zodiac Signs


Having trouble understanding Chinese Zodiac and don’t really know how it works? If so, you are at the right place. We somehow manage to bring you complete information of Chinese Zodiac Signs. This will surely help you comprehend the whole procedure.


What is Chinese Zodiac?

It’s a mathematical cycle consisting of 12 animals, with each animal representing one year. People born in different years belong to different Zodiac Animal Year. The Chinese zodiac animals include – rat, ox, tiger, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. These animals can also be used to differentiate hours of day and directions. It’s not confined to Chinese people only, instead being used largely in Japan, Korea and Vietnam. For more details, visit  

Below are a few Chinese zodiac years with personality traits;

Rat (1984, 1996, 2008, 2020)

The people born in these years are Freedom, honest, hardworking, freedom, charming. They can also be ruthless, selfish, scheming and controlling.

Ox (1985, 1997, 2009, 2021)
The people born in above-mentioned years are calm, inspiring, smart, modest and patient. On the contrary, they can also be narrow-minded, stubborn, rigid and demanding.

Snake (1989, 2001, 2013)

The people born in these years are graceful, wise, shrewd and mystic. They can also be bad communicator, longer, possessive, and distrustful.

Monkey (1992, 2004, 2016)

The people born in these years are smart, sociable, flexible, curious, and witty. They can also be clumsy, vain, snobbish, and trickster.

Goat (1991, 2003, 2015)

The people falling under these years care shy, honest, righteous, understanding and artistic. They can also be moody, complainer or a worrier.

Pig (1995, 2007, 2019)

The people born in these years are hard-working, simple, peace-loving and trusting. They can also be clingy, materialistic, naïve and gullible.

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