The Chinese zodiac, also known as Shēng Xiāo (生肖) or Shǔ Xiàng（属相）, features 12 animal signs in this order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. Originated from ancient zoolatry and boasting a history of more than 2,000 years, it plays an essential role in Chinese culture. The 12 Chinese zodiac animals in a cycle are not only used to represent years in China, but also believed to influence people's personalities, career, compatibility, marriage, and fortune.
People's birth years determine their Chinese zodiac. However, things are not that easy! Chinese zodiac based on your birthday in the Chinese lunar year. The dates of Chinese Lunar New Year vary every year, but will fall on a day in January or February. If you were born on a day during March to December, it won’t be difficult to figure out your zodiac animal, but for people with birthdays in January or February, there are bigger chances of mistaking their zodiac animal.
Find your zodiac animal! Consult the zodiac chart below to find the year of your birth and the corresponding animal.
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