The Pig



The Pigs are chivalrous, gallant, obliging, and scrupulous to a fault. Te Pig flourishes day and night the banner of truth and purity. Put your trust in him: he won’t let you down and he’ll never try to. HE is na├»ve, innocent, defenseless – a bit of a mug, in fact, if you want to be brutal about it.

The Dog



The Dog is a worrier. Always on the defensive, he never lets up for an instant. There he is, on guard, alert watching.

The Rooster



The Rooster speaks his mind – he makes a virtue of it -- to the point of aggressiveness. And this brutal attitude will not be without its casualties unless the offended victims overlook the rudeness deliberately on the grounds of “frankness” or “eccentricity”.

The Monkey



Of all the twelve signs in the cycle, this one produces people of the most extraordinary nature.

The Goat



People under it –elegant, charming, artistic and fond of nature are the most delightful of all, were it not for the fact that they are also pessimistic, hesitant, over-anxious, worriers!

The Horse



The Horse always looks terrific! He’s got plenty of sex appeal and he knows how to dress formally. HE adores anything where there will be plenty of people – concerts, theaters, meetings, sporting occasions, parties... the lot! He is often a sportsman of some note. HE knows how to make a compliment and to turn a pretty phrase: he is happy, sympathetic, amusing, gossipy and always popular.

The Snake



Snake as well thought of, even venerated, for his wisdom, his sagacity, and his goodwill.

The Dragon



The Dragon is bursting with good health and vitality. Straight as a rod, and direct, he is incapable of meanness, hypocrisy, scandal mongering – and the most elementary form of fact or diplomacy!

The Rabbit



Rabbit people are the happiest, the people most certain to be happy, they are gifted, nice to be with, discreet, refined, reserved, ambitious but not too much so – and virtuous into the bargain. Nobody ignores them, for they are good company and know how to make the best of themselves.

The Tiger



The Tiger is an error-finder and a rebel. He’s a hothead, always revolting against authority and his superiors – the stuff of which revolutionaries are made. He’s the ring leader type but unfortunately, as so often happens with leaders, he does not always merit confidence place in him! He’s the first to start the action.

The Cow



The Cow is born under the sign of calm and patient, diffident and slow, precise and methodical, balanced and self effacing. The Cow hides an original and intelligent nature behind a facade that is disarming. He has the gift of inspiring confidences, which is the trump card of his success.

The Rat



People born under the sign of the Rat are charming and aggressive. At first sight he seems to be calm, well balanced, and happy. But beware! Underneath this calm exterior there is hidden an aggression linked to constant restlessness. Stay with the Rat for a couple of minutes, and you will soon find evidence of his anxiety, his nervousness, and his temper.

The 12 Chinese Zodiacs

What is Chinese Zodiac? Rat, Cow, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig; these are the twelve signs of the Chinese Zodiac. So what's your Chinese zodiac and what does it all mean?

Read through this site and you'll find out what your sign is according to the year you are born and also get a glimpse of your destiny and personality defined by your sign.