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If you don’t know your sign in the Chinese horoscope, look at the table and find your year, reports Rus.Media.
Note that Chinese new year starts in mid-February, so if you were born, say, in January 1975, your sign-in table will fit 1974 (Tiger).
Now read what he says about you Chinese astrology:
Born in the year of the rat — people pragmatic and economical, methodical and purposeful, tolerant and cautious, funny and shy.
Born in the year of the Ox — people are charming and kind, open and reliable, unique and creative, independent and smart.
Born in the year of the Tiger — people are creative and emotional, caring and kind, generous and dreamy, logical, and loving.
Born in the year of the Rabbit — people and live bold, powerful and courageous, passionate and self-confident, energetic and wise.
Born in the year of the Dragon — people are calm and reliable, noble and loving, strong and persistent, collected, and predictable.
Born in the year of the Snake — people flexible and successful, talkative and quick-witted, smart and beautiful, alive and energetic.
Born in the year of the Horse — people sentimental and kind, intuitive and creative, observant and careful, vigilant and generous.
Born in the year of the Goat — people are generous and open, inventive and passionate, pliable, talkative, faithful and caring.
Born in the year of the Monkey — people are smart and secretive, cautious and reliable, logical and hardworking, intelligent and rational.
See also: Eastern horoscope for April
Born in the year of the Rooster — people pragmatic and cultural, loving and friendly, relaxed and chatty, optimistic and pleasant.
Born in the year of the Dog are people insistent and domineering, loyal and intuitive, authoritative and moving, energetic and attractive.
Born in the year of the Pig — people light and loose, outgoing and positive, honest and straightforward, intelligent and deep.
What do you say, matches the description? Or past?