All you need to know about the Chinese signs

Written by Evie



The Chinese astrological signs are represented by animals and change every year. They originate from Buddhism. The story goes that one New Year evening, Buddha had invited the animals in his kingdom to come and see him. There were twelve of them, as follows: the rat, the ox, the tiger, the rabbit,the dragon, the snake, the horse, the goat, the monkey, the rooster, the dog and the pig. To thank them, Buddha dedicated each one of them their own year. The children born in a particular year would inherit the characteristics of the relevant animal.

Don't delay: discover the profile of your Chinese sign, namely your sign's characteristics regarding love and work, plus your strengths and weaknesses! If you don't know your Chinese sign use our application What's my Chinese sign?" putting in your date of birth.


The sign of the Rat
The Rat is the first sign of the Chinese zodiac. His main strength is his imagination and his great weakness his capricious tendency!
The sign of the Ox
The Ox, with his ambitious and calm temperament, likes to succeed in all he undertakes. This is a serious sign and lacking in imagination!
The sign of the Tiger
The Tiger is the most enthusiastic sign in the Chinese zodiac. Optimistic, courageous and full of energy, he never lets himself get knocked
The sign of the Rabbit
The Rabbit attracts others with his calm and good humour. On the other hand, he will easily play the victim if he goes through a hard time!
The sign of the Dragon
The Dragon is a charismatic being, with a great force of character, who is very persuasive, but finds it difficult to maintain concentration
The sign of the Snake
Anxious by nature, the Snake is often solitary. He is patient, calm and solitary. He has himself perfectly under control but finds it diffic
The sign of the Horse
The Horse is loyal and prefers fairness in action. This Chinese sign of the zodiac is more suited to business than love and is emotional.
The sign of the Goat
The Goat, romantic and with variable moods, needs to live among friends and family. This is a sign that cannot bear loneliness!
The sign of the Monkey
The Monkey is resourceful and knows how to extricate himself from the most dangerous situations. He enjoys laughing at everything and has a
The sign of the Rooster
The Rooster is always full of energy and never stops. Those born under this sign are natural dreamers and don't always see the truth as it r
The sign of the Dog
The dog is a reliable person who will show absolute loyalty, but who also has a tendency to be critical of everyone and everything!
The sign of the Pig
The Pig, who is kind by nature, will never hurt anyone. This is a sign that stays on the sidelines and is very shy. Its dominant force is Yi
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As well as the twelve signs, the Chinese zodiac also uses the five elements: Fire (adventure), Earth (discipline), Metal (intensity), Water (intuition) and Wood (understanding). These also define an individual's personality.

Each Chinese astrology cycle thus lasts 12* 5 = 60 years and also involves 28 constellations!