The Chinese Zodiac features 12 animals, one for each year of the 12-year cycle. These animals include a rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. More » World View Religion

The different Chinese animal signs, also known as the Chinese Zodiac, are a collection of twelve symbols which provide general characteristics that people born under a specific sign share. A different animal represents e... More » World View Fortune Zodiac

While there are many Chinese New Year traditions, the most common and well known are the fireworks displays that are kicked off the evening before New Year's Day. These firework displays are said to be an homage to the n... More » Holidays & Celebrations Holidays New Year
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No one is sure when the Chinese zodiac started, but the animals of the zodiac appeared in artifacts as early as the Warring States Period of Chinese history in 475 B.C. to 221 B.C. The zodiac animals were already popular... More » World View Fortune Zodiac

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