The Chinese Star Signs show which animal year (a Chinese year that associates with a specific animal) your birth year is. According to the Chinese folklores, those who are born during the year of a certain animal share some of the qualities of that animal.
The Rabbit is the fourth animal in Chinese zodiac chart. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are articulate, talented, and ambitious. Quite fanciful, they respond to the power and beauty of nature and are always being pulled one way and the other to examine what they find.
They are virtuous, reserved, and have excellent taste. They are admired, trusted, and are often financially lucky. But, it's more a result of "the harder I work, the luckier I get" than taking crazy chances.
They are cautious, conservative and bright, supremely pleasant to have around. These affectionate, naturally shy peacemakers seldom ever lose their temper. They sometimes appear to be singing the blues because of a natural but short-lived tendency towards despondency.
The Rabbit has a turbulent relationship with: Horse, Rooster.
The Rabbit has a difficult relationship with: Dragon, Monkey.
The Rabbit has no conflict but needs to make an effort with: Tiger, Rabbit.
Ginger Soup and Ginger Noodles are among the keys to good health.
The Rabbit has a harmonious relationship with: Rat, Dog, Pig.
The Rabbit is highly compatible with: Ox, Snake, Goat.
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