What secrets does your Chinese sign show about you?
People born in the year of the Rat are resourceful, charming, smart, sagacious, and funny. They make wonderful friends, loyal and generous, and have a sophisticated taste. At times the Rat can be money-driven or even greedy, but its inquisitive mind and brave heart outweigh the minor drawbacks.
People born in the year of the Ox are solid personalities, goal-driven, ambitious, thorough, and stubborn. This sign has a dual nature: it is very powerful, steadfast, and serious, but it can often feel insecure and lonely. The Ox is happy when it is around family and friends; this is when it feels secure and proves to be a protective, reliable and strong companion.
People born in the year of the Tiger are daring, intense, self-disciplined, and ambitious. At times Tigers can get moody and authoritative, but they are always charming, warm-hearted, and seductive, which combines well with the above-mentioned set of characteristics and makes the Tiger a skillful leader.
People born in the year of the Rabbit are sincere, sympathetic, and non-belligerent, which is sometimes perceived as a weakness. However, the Rabbit’s bubbling personality wins them a lot of friends, and Rabbits love to be in their company and around their own family members. All in all, home is the Rabbit’s domain, the best place of entertainment, and the best thing in the world in general.
People born in the year of the Dragon are charismatic, energetic, and warm-hearted; this is probably why they are very lucky in love. Dragons are natural leaders, a little selfish, but very skillful at coordinating team work, giving orders, and maintaining the bossy image.
People born in the year of the Snake are charming, seductive, and sociable. They are highly intuitive, and wise with money; they know how to analyze their own actions and life around. At times Snakes may get insecure, jealous, or introverted, but they are mostly dangerously smart, industrious, and intelligent.
People born in the year of the Horse are free spirits, energetic, and impatient. Brave and self-confident, they need to roam free and love someone to be absolutely happy. Moreover, Horses are good at budgeting, which helps them travel far and wide.
People born in the year of the Goat are unorganized and insecure, but these drawbacks are balanced out by blazing creativity and extreme sagacity. However, in order to realize their potential, Goats need lots of approval. They only feel at ease when they are loved and supported.
People born in the year of the Monkey are very active, upbeat and energetic, but often lack self-control. They can’t put their own pleasures on the back burner or maintain long-term relationship, which often results in a broken heart. Luckily, it’s never the Monkey who is heartbroken.
People born in the year of the Rooster are observant, neat, and practical. They never hesitate to speak their mind. At times Roosters can get conservative or overly meticulous, but for the most part they amaze everyone around with their excellent analytical skills, lightning-quick mind, and honesty.
People born in the year of the Dog are honest, loyal, and law-abiding. They hate hurting others’ feelings, which makes them resort to white lies every once in a while. It’s hard for them to trust people; this is why Dogs are often lonely. They can be sensitive and a bit unbalanced, but this doesn’t prevent them from doing well in business.
People born in the year of the Pig are good companions, intelligent, helpful, and good-mannered, but make extremely dangerous enemies, resourceful and vengeful. They enjoy material values, but not too much, which doesn’t let anyone perceive them as snobs.