Have you ever seen the Chinese Zodiac signs? If not, then you should check it out sometime. Some really interesting personality related information can be found in the Chinese Zodiac.
Your birth year will determine your Chinese Zodiac animal. When calculating what is your Chinese Zodiac animal, you should keep in mind that the Chinese Zodiac is based on the beginning of the year in the Chinese calendar, not the regular calendar year. At this point you should know that the beginning of the year in the Chinese calendar varies from year-to-year and often falls in late January or early February.
This means that if you are born sometime in the early January or just before the start of the Chinese New Year in February, then you might want to read about the personality traits associated with the previous year’s Zodiac to see if it more likely fits you.
Below are the 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs and their personality traits and meanings:
Year Of The Rat
(1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020)
People born in the year of the Rat are charming and generally companionably and at ease in social situations. Usually these people are very popular individuals and show extremely good businessskills. In addition they are also known to be critical and quick-tempered.
These people also have an exceptional understanding of information and ideas and also they have vivid imaginations and unique intellectual abilities. They are able to see many opportunities that other people may miss. They are usually opportunists, however they may take on way too many commitments to fault.
These people highly value their relationships. Also they are very generous and passionate in love as they are in businesses.