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Chinese Zodiac
Chinese Zodiac Rat Chinese Zodiac Ox Chinese Zodiac Tiger Chinese Zodiac Rabbit Chinese Zodiac Dragon Chinese Zodiac Snake Chinese Zodiac Horse Chinese Zodiac sheep Chinese Zodiac Monkey Chinese Zodiac Rooster Chinese Zodiac Dog Chinese Zodiac Pig
Chinese Zodiac [Rat] Chinese Zodiac [Ox] Chinese Zodiac [Tiger] Chinese Zodiac [Rabbit]
Chinese Zodiac [Dragon] Chinese Zodiac [Snake] Chinese Zodiac [Horse] Chinese Zodiac [Sheep]
Chinese Zodiac [Monkey] Chinese Zodiac [Rooster] Chinese Zodiac [Dog] Chinese Zodiac [Pig]

Chinese Zodiac RatChinese Zodiac Sign: Rat

Years of Rat (Shu Lian):

1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008

Being the first animal sign in the Chinese horoscope, the Rat is considered a symbol of opportunity and good prospects in Chinese culture. The Rat in the eastern culture is revered for its quick wits and its ability to accrue and hold on to items of value. The Rat has very bright personality and most likely to have high achievement in life, especially wealth.  However, the Rat needs to avoid over selfish and greedy.  The Rat knows exactly where to find solutions and can take care of himself or herself and others. The Rat’s sharp and charm nature, funny demeanor make it an appealing friend for others.
The Rat usually can achieve abundant when get to middle-aged and accumulate great wealth or get to high position as growing older. However, if fate is destructed by unlucky star, the Rat could be rich but may not reach perfect happiness.

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