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Chinese Zodiac Symbol - Rabbit #4
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The ancient Chinese people developed a sophisticated science of astrology that continues to have a profound influence in China today. Rooted in the fundamentals of Taoism, it evolved into a system vastly different from Western astrology. Rather than determining personality by the time of year in which you were born, Taoist astrology focuses on the year itself to determine one's character. The years form a twelve-year cycle of signs, each named after an animal. Each lunar year is depicted by a characteristic animal trait; your birth year determines your dominant animal sign. The 12 animals that appear on the Chinese Zodiac calendar include rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and boar.
Chinese Zodiac Symbol - Rabbit: Those born in the Mao years, are meticulous, gentle and give every care to others. They are linguistically talented and eloquent, so are welcome by others. Their characters are changeable, conservative and sober-minded. They prefer smooth love life without any disturbance. They are sociable and kind to others, talk cheerfully and humorously on a broad range of topics with elegant demeanor. They dislike quarrel with others, and have gentle temperament of turning enemies to friends. They are bold, unconstrained, and resolute on their decisions. Those Sheng Xiao belonging to Rabbit pay attention to aesthetics, the arrangement and furnishings in their homes are fine and tastefully laid out. They like to make friends, are polite, sympathetic, and happy to help others. Their feelings are sometimes fragile, and easily misunderstood.