(3 February 2011 - January 22 2012)
This year Chinese New Year lands on the 3rd of February, 2011, the year of the White Rabbit. The 3rd of February is a very important date in Chinese tradition. Celebrations will start from 2nd of February (New Years Eve) throughout mid-February until full moon.
The Rabbit represents the 4th year in the 12 year cycle of the Chinese animal zodiac. People who are born in the year of Rabbit are said to be nervous, shy and fearful. They are easily threatened by effects in existence and avoid taking risks in their life. They are known to “play it safe” in most situations. They are however an intelligent and fortunate animal in most cases with good manners and respect to people around them.
The Rabbit and Rooster are said to have conflicts and disagreement with each other this year. It could be hard to avoid arguments and misinterpretations between these two animals so be careful.
Some Rabbits may have found that 2010 did not go as well as they would like but 2011 will be a favourable year for them, especially in the career profession department. It might be worth while looking out for new job offers and promotions this year. 2011 will likely be a calmer year for Rabbits compared to the previous year.
Rabbits are said to stress and worry a lot even when it is unnecessary so it is recommended they get plenty of rest when possible. Rabbits can be brilliant partners in love and relationships. They are said to be sweet, romantic and faithful to their love ones.
We wish you a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year. All the best!
Read more on