What Is Your TRUE Chinese Zodiac Sign?



Unlike the common zodiac signs system, Chinese zodiac signs don’t rely on the solar system to predict your personality. In fact the Chinese zodiac system has a cycle of 12 years with each animal being represented by an animal with its attributes.

The 12 animals are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.

It is believed that a person born in a particular year has his personality influenced by that year’s animal. There are certain personality trait which is attached with each animal.

Let us discuss them one by one.

Rat – A person born in the year of Rat is expected to be quick-witted, resourceful, versatile and kind.

Ox – Ox represents diligent, dependable, strong, and determined. People born in this year have the same attributes.

Tiger – People born in the year of tigers are considered to be brave, confident and competitive.

Rabbit – They are considered to be quiet, elegant, kind, and responsible.

Dragon – Dragons are considered to be confident, intelligent, and enthusiastic and so are the people born in Dragon years.

Snake – People born a Snake year will be enigmatic, intelligent, and wise.

Horse – People born in the Horse year are very active and energetic.

Goat – These people are very calm, gentle, and sympathetic.

Monkey – A person with the monkey as their year is sharp, smart, and curious.

Rooster – Rooster people are very observant, hardworking, and courageous.

Dog – Similar to dogs they are loyal, kind, and prudent.

Pig – They are very compassionate, generous, and diligent.

One of the most important uses of the Chinese zodiac sign is one of the biggest problems of society i.e. relationships. It is used to find whether two people are compatible or not. Though it is not restricted to only romantic relationships it extends very well to other relationships. This concept is developed on the concept of yin and yang. 12 animals are specifically chosen because 12 is divisible by two. Each of the 12 animals represents either the yin or yang. Yin and Yang is a very complex concept and it goes beyond the scope of this post.

Play the quiz and know your Chinese zodiac sign.

“Our universe grants every soul a twin-
a reflection of themselves -the kindred spirit – And no matter where they are or how far away they are from each other- even if they are in different dimensions, they will always find one another. This is destiny; this is love.”
― Julie Dillon

“Correct.” Kekrops sounded bitter, like he regretted his decision. “My people were the original Athenians–the gemini.”
“Like your zodiac sign?” Percy asked. “I’m a Leo.”
“No, stupid,” Leo said. “I’m a Leo. You’re a Percy.”
― Rick Riordan, The Blood of Olympus

“Scientists say that somewhere in the universe, every event under the sun repeats itself an infinite number of times in every possible variation.”
― Romina Russell, Zodiac

“That black, maddening firmament; that vast cosmic ocean, endlessly deep in every direction, both Heaven and Pandemonium at once; mystical Zodiac, speckled flesh of Tiamat; all that is chaos, infinite and eternal. And yet, it’s somehow the bringing to order of this chaos which perhaps has always disturbed me most. The constellations, in their way, almost bring into sharper focus the immensity and insanity of it all – monsters and giants brought to life in all their gigantic monstrosity; Orion and Hercules striding across the sky, limbs reaching for lightyears, only to be dwarfed by the likes of Draco, Pegasus, or Ursa Major. Then bigger still – Cetus, Eridanus, Ophiuchus, and Hydra, spanning nearly the whole of a hemisphere, sunk below the equator in that weird underworld of obscure southern formations. You try to take them in – the neck cranes, the eyes roll, and the mind boggles until this debilitating sense of inverted vertigo overcomes you…”
― Mark X., Citations: A Brief Anthology

“they were looking for housekeepers and cooks, and I was dying to get out of Australia and see the rest of the world. It’s a Sagittarius thing, you know. We just move on and on, like tumbleweeds.”
― Roxanne St. Claire, Tropical Getaway

“You mean zodiac signs? I’m a Leo.”
-“No stupid you’re a Percy, I’m a Leo.”
― Rick Riordan, The Blood of Olympus


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Are you more of an extrovert or introvert?

    • Extrovert
    • Introvert
  • Question of

    Do you cook for yourself?

    • Always
    • Sometimes
    • Never
  • Question of

    How organized is your bedroom?

    • Very Organized
    • Somewhat Organized
    • Messy
  • Question of

    Choose an element!

    • Earth
    • Water
    • Metal
    • Fire
    • Wood
  • Question of

    Which of the following is most important to you?

    • Love
    • Success
    • Adventure
  • Question of

    Which pet would make you happiest?

    • Dog
    • Cat
    • Hamster
  • Question of

    Pick a tropical fruit!

    • Mango
    • Pineapple
    • Coconut
  • Question of

    Which of the following jobs do you think you’d be best at?

    • CEO of my own company
    • Chef/Professional baker
    • Party planner
    • Teacher
    • Doctor
  • Question of

    Which quality is most important to you in a significant other?

    • Intelligence
    • Loyalty
    • Adventurousness
    • Spontaneity
    • Kindness
  • Question of

    Which of the following music genres do you enjoy listening to most?

    • Country
    • Reggae
    • Hip Hop
  • Question of

    What element is associated with excellent problem-solving skills?

    • earth
    • fire
    • water
  • Question of

    Which of the following is a poor romantic match for a dragon?

    • snake
    • rat
    • tiger
  • Question of

    Which sign is a poor match for the rat?

    • horse
    • ox
    • dragon
  • Question of

    What animal do some cultures swap for goats when interpreting the Chinese zodiac?

    • cat
    • sheep
    • lion
  • Question of

    Which element is considered extremely bad luck for people born in the year of the horse?

    • water
    • earth
    • fire

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