Chinese Zodiac

The year a person is born determines their animal sign. For example, a person's animal sign is a Rat if they were born in the Year of the Rat. (Image:  Cameron Norman
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2020: The Year of the Rat

The Astrology of the East is an intricate, complex science that requires a good deal of time and patience to fully appreciate it’s many intriguing subtleties. The system works on a multiplicity of levels, each fascinating in its own right.…

Chinese New Year celebrations have started in Melbourne, Australia, and 2019 is the Year of the Pig! (Image:  pixabay /  CC0 1.0)

2019 Is the Year of the Pig!

Chinese New Year celebrations have started in Melbourne, Australia, and 2019 is the Year of the Pig! A 15-day festival with performances will be held in the Melbourne business center. The Chinese New Year falls on February 5 this year,…

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Chinese Zodiac Signs: Which Animal Are You?

Throughout the ages, Chinese astrology has been customarily used by billions of people in the Far East. According to historical data, Chinese astrology is recognized to have originated in the Han…

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2020: The Year of the Rat

The Astrology of the East is an intricate, complex science that requires a good deal of time and patience to fully appreciate it’s many intriguing subtleties. The system works on…

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2019 Is the Year of the Pig!

Chinese New Year celebrations have started in Melbourne, Australia, and 2019 is the Year of the Pig! A 15-day festival with performances will be held in the Melbourne business center.…

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Chinese New Year: What You Need to Know

Unlike the New Year celebration’s date most of us in North or South America, Europe, or Australia are used to, Chinese New Year is never on the same date.

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What Chinese Year Was I Born In?

The characteristics of Chinese zodiac signs can be surprisingly accurate. To find out “What Chinese year was I born in?”, you can use the Chinese calendars and charts that we…

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The Wisdom of the Chinese Zodiac

When ancient Chinese astronomers examined the cycles of the Sun, Earth, and Moon, they decided that the resulting calendar would feature a cyclical dating method that repeats every 60 years.