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Rats are smart and quick thinkers. They are generally successful but content with living a quiet and peaceful life.
In Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. Because of their reproduction rate, married couples also prayed to them for children.
Oxen are hard workers but usually linger in the background. They are intelligent and trustworthy, but never demand praise.
The oxen's role in agriculture has earned it positive attributes, such as being hardworking and honest.
Tigers are courageous and active. They love a good challenge and an adventurous life.
Tigers are seen as a guardian of children and it's common to see kids wearing clothes with tiger designs to protect them against evil spirits.
Rabbits are earnest with everything they undertake and they ask that others treat them the same way.
Because of the rabbit's pure characteristics, the rabbit traditionally represent the moon.
Dragons are strong and independent. They also yearn for support and love.
Dragons are the most revered animal in Chinese culture. Historically, emperors were seen as the reincarnation of dragons and the people are the descendants of the dragon.
Snakes have a deep and complex mind. In love, they love with their entire heart.
Snakes are usually symbols of witchcraft. In Chinese mythology, the creator of the world had a human's head and a snake's body.
Horses are free spirits. They need space to be able to be themselves.
Revered and worshipped, horses represent speed and freedom.
Loving and selfless, goats always think for others even if it works against their own interest.
The goat is a symbol of filial piety, as well as purity and kindness
Lighthearted pranksters, monkeys still have the ability to achieve all their dreams.
Monkeys are associated with a long life.
Roosters are complicated. They may seem strong but, deep down they need validation from loved ones.
Roosters are able to protect against evil spirits.
Dogs are honest and loyal. They are the truest friends and most reliable partners.
In China, dogs are sometimes called 'Wang Cai' which means 'prosperous wealth'.
Pigs have a wonderful personality. They are blessed with good fortune in life.
Their chubby faces and big ears are regarded as signs of fortune.