Born in the Year of the Rabbit?

8 February, 2011 at 11:55 | Posted in Chinese culture | Leave a comment
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By Lilly Wang
Epoch Times Staff

Those of you lucky enough be to born in the year of the rabbit, that is, those of you born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999 or 2011, share, according to the Chinese, these admirable traits:

YEAR OF THE RABBIT: Children take part in an early Chinese New Year performance at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on Jan. 25. 2011 marks the coming Year of the Rabbit according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar.

Creative, Compassionate, and Sensitive

Occupying the fourth position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Rabbit is creative, compassionate, and sensitive. Rabbits are friendly, outgoing, and prefer the company of others to be alone. They also prefer to avoid conflict. In confrontational situations, Rabbits approach the matter calmly and take into consideration the other party. Rabbits believe strongly in friends and family and if they lack these bonds, it may lead to emotional issues.

Sophisticated, Courteous, and Stylish

Although Rabbits are most comfortable being home, (their homes are always neat and organized and tend to be conservatively decorated) and that home is where they prefer to entertain, they are also sophisticated, expressive, well-behaved, and stylish. In fact, those born under the sign of the rabbit enjoy learning about cultural issues and about people from other countries.

Good Communicators

Rabbits are articulate and good communicators. Friends and acquaintances seek out their advice. This is why Rabbits make excellent diplomats and politicians. Other good careers for Rabbits include: writing, publishing, acting, fashion designing, the healing arts, administrating and in public relations, and teaching.

Read more: Born in the Year of the Rabbit? | Epoch Times Mobile

More articles: How the Rabbit Became a Heavenly Being

A Legend of the Chinese Zodiac

The Ancient Chinese Calendar

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