Chinese Horoscopes

Chinese Zodiac: Facts about the 12 Animal Signs

Chinese Zodiac: Facts about the 12 Animal Signs

For ages, the Chinese Zodiac has been used as a guide to forecast how one will fare for the day, week, month, or year. Based only on a person’s birthdate, Chinese Zodiac Signs can tell a lot—from dominant personality traits and tendencies to specific attitudes that help in making a forecast of that person’s future. […]

Chinese Astrology: Bring out the Animal in You

Chinese Astrology: Bring out the Animal in You

Did you know that you can tell a lot about a person based only on his or her birthdate? Through a combination of Chinese philosophy and astronomy, you can make a forecast about what lies in the future for a certain person or group of persons. Chinese Astrology utilises 12 animal signs that each correspond […]

The Theory of Expansion in Five Elements in Chinese Astrology

The Theory of Expansion in Five Elements in Chinese Astrology

Although Wu Xing is usually translated as the ‘five elements’, the Chinese word Xing, however, literally means something like ‘changing states of being’, ‘permutations’ or ‘metamorphoses of being’. The Difference In fact, there is quite a difference between the Chinese astrology meaning and view of the ‘element’ from that of Western concept. In Western astrology, […]

The Twelve Earthly Branches in Chinese Astrology

The Twelve Earthly Branches in Chinese Astrology

Chinese people are known to have a lot of sets of beliefs. They tend to have explanations about things on earth including positions of objects in the house and others. They also have beliefs about their dearly beloved and many others. They have a rich culture that amazes different races. Among these aspects include the […]

Your Chinese Horoscope for 2011

Are you waiting to know what lies in store for you in this coming Chinese New Year? Then your wait is over as 2011 is going to be the Chinese Year of Rabbit! Every Chinese animal sign has been described in terms of love, heath and career for the coming Chinese New Year 2011! Year […]

Chinese Zodiac Compatibility: Tiger and Dragon

The legend of the Chinese Zodiac derived from the legend that Buddha invited animals to join for New Year’s Day. Only twelve animals went to see Buddha. For their reward they were promised to name a year in order of their arrival (rat, ox, tiger, hare, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, cock, dog and boar). […]