What is my Chinese Zodiac Sign?
Discover Your Animal in Chinese Astrology

The Chinese Zodiac is a rotating cycle of 12 lunar years

Each year begins on the Chinese New Year in January or February, and is represented by a different animal:

  • Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig.

Your Chinese Animal is the one which represents the year of your birth. It provides insight into your own character and personality, and determines the most important events in your life.

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What Is Your Chinese Animal?

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In addition to your Chinese Animal, you’ll also receive a full astrological summary including signs and symbols from many astrological traditions. All of this is 100% free.

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This includes an in-depth analysis of what your Chinese Animal reveals about your character and your destiny.

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Zodiac Signs in Eastern Astrology
What Are the 12 Chinese Animals?

The Chinese Zodiac Signs take the form of an animal, and each represents one lunar year within a 12 year cycle.

Known as “Shēngxiào” (birth likeness) in Chinese, the Eastern Zodiac greatly influences your personality, as well as the major events in your life.

Chinese Zodiac Signs in Chinese Astrology