The Rabbit is one of the 12 Animal signs of the Chinese Zodiac — the rest of the zodiac are coming soon! In the background is the Chinese character for the Rabbit.
Those born in the Year of the Rabbit are said to be gracious, cultured, intellectual, and detail-oriented. They may be very sensitive — sometimes to the point of nervousness — but this also makes them compassionate and attentive to those around them, and they like to make their homes comfortable and peaceful.
You are probably a Rabbit if you were born in 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963, 1951, 1939, or 1927, but double-check the exact dates if your birthday is in mid-January to mid-February because the Lunar New Year is on a different date each year. Wikipedia’s Chinese Zodiac page is a good starting point for more information about all of the signs and their meanings.
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Part of the Chinese Zodiac Calendar
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