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2023 Chinese Horoscopes - Year of Water Rabbit

Welcome to the legend of the Chinese zodiac. The Chinese 12 zodiac signs are from the Chinese Stem-Branch calendar. The Stems are the Yin Yang Five Elements, which are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire, and Earth. The Branches are the zodiac animal signs (12 Sheng Xiao), which are Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. That is a cycle of 60. Click on the above 12 Chinese zodiac icons to display Chinese zodiac information about its the personality, compatibility, fate, destiny, career choices, and relationship.

The Chinese zodiac calendar is different from the Chinese lunar calendar. The Chinese zodiac calendar uses not only the lunar calendar but also the solar calendar. The Stems and Branches are from the solar calendar. The Branches are 12 animals.

2023 is the Year of the Rabbit and it will arrive on February 4, 2023. The Chinese New Year falls on January 22, 2023. This is because Chinese New Year is from the Chinese lunar calendar. Chinese Zodiac signs are on the the Chinese Astrology Calendar.

What Is the Chinese Zodiac Sign?

Chinese Sheng Xiao 生肖 ("birth resembling" literally) is also known as the Chinese Zodiac. Twelve animals, each with unique characteristics, were chosen to represent the years. Every person born in the year of the assigned animal is said to have personalities and traits resembling that animal. The 12 animals in Chinese Zodiac are Rat 鼠, Ox 牛, Tiger 虎, Rabbit 兔, Dragon 龍, Snake 蛇, Horse 馬, Sheep 羊, Monkey 猴, Rooster 雞, Dog 狗, and Pig 豬. For Chinese astrology and horoscope analysis, the 12 zodiac animals are also assigned to the month, day, and hour. Read More About Chinese Zodiac for details.

This site provides the zodiac's analysis of personality, compatibility, fate, and career choices. It describes how you perceive yourself, or how others perceive you at a glance. Although it may seem very general, its purpose is to provide the tendencies of your perfections and flaws, friends and foes, and the future trend.

Which Chinese Zodiacs are the Luckiest in 2023?

Ox, Dragon, Goat, and Dog are the luckiest Chinese zodiacs in 2023. They are all in the Earth group. 2023 is the year of the Water rabbit. Earth absorbs Water, and Water is money to Earth. Rabbit is in the Wood group, which is the career to Earth. Therefore, Ox, Dragon, Goat, and Dog have good fortune in finance and good opportunities for the career development. More information is in the following video.

Solar vs. Lunar - The Biggest Misconception About Chinese Zodiac

You may find many websites about the Chinese Zodiac. But you may not know that most of them make the common mistake of using the Lunar New Year to determine a person's Zodiac Animal. The result will be wrong for people whose birthday is around the Lunar New Year, which is in January or February. So it is important to know that the Chinese Zodiac is based on Solar Terms 節氣, not the Lunar New Year. Read the Chinese Zodiac Year Cutoff to learn more.

What Is Your Zodiac Animal?

Did you know it is more common for Chinese to ask "what is your zodiac animal" than "how old are you"? It is a much more polite way to ask, and it is more acceptable when asked. You may be surprised that people are willing to tell you his or her zodiac animal but not their age, even though we know it is very easy to look up the Zodiac Animal and figure out the age - unless someone looks more than 12 years younger or older than his or her age. Give this a try next time.

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2023 Chinese Zodiac Predictions

2023 is the Chinese zodiac Water Rabbit year. The color of Water in the Chinese Five Element System is connected to black. 2023 is also called the year of the Black Rabbit. Chinese New Year is on January 22, 2023. But the Black Water Rabbit Year starts on February 4, 2023. The following are the 12 Chinese Zodiac predictions, 12 Sheng Xiao 2023, based on the birth year. You can have more 2023 Chinese horoscopes predictions by providing your birthday.

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