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The snake was the Chinese zodiac sign for the beginning of 2014, from January 1 until January 30. Then the horse became the zodiac sign from January 31, 2014 until after the end of the year. More »

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There are a total of twelve signs in the Chinese zodiac, or "shengxiao," which means "born resembling." The signs are organized in a recurring cycle, with each animal chosen for its symbolic characteristics. Traditionall... More »

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The Chinese zodiac is symbolized by twelve animals: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat (or sheep) monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Each animal represents one year in a repeating twelve year cycle. More »

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The Chinese zodiac is symbolized by twelve animals: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat (or sheep) monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Each animal represents one year in a repeating twelve year cycle. More »

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The Zodiac sign you are attracted to depends on what your Zodiac sign is. All signs can be compatible with all other signs, but some signs will have an easier time getting along with other signs. More »

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A person's individual Japanese zodiac sign depends on their exact date of birth. The Japanese zodiac system, which is based on the eastern zodiac system, is divided into 12-year cycles with each cycle identified with a d... More »

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The specific date of birth determines a person's zodiac sign. Each sign of the zodiac corresponds to certain dates of the year. More »

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