Chinese Zodiac Years Chart: Know How It Will Influences Your Life
Chinese Calendar years have been classified into 12 Chinese zodiac signs. The Chinese calendar is different from English Calendar. At most places, the English calendar is followed, which starts from 1st January to 31st December. After that, a new year begins. Whereas in the Chinese calendar, a year may start from January or February and then end in January or February.
What is the Chinese Zodiac Year?
A Chinese Zodiac year means the Zodiac sign associated with the animal’s name, which represents that particular year. Each Chinese year has a particular zodiac sign and is known as the Chinese zodiac year. Each zodiac sign refers to an animal and belongs to a specific zodiac sign represented by that animal. These 12 animals are Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster and Pig. The years start with Rat and then the Ox and so on… the Pig represents the last year, and then the cycle continues again with Rat, Ox, Tiger, etc. The year 2020 was a Chinese Zodiac year with the Rat Zodiac sign, the current year 2021 is the Chinese zodiac year with Ox Chinese Zodiac sign and the year 2022 will be the year with the Chinese zodiac sign Tiger and so on.
The Chinese Astrologers believe each year has some connection with the Zodiac signs. So, basically, as per the Chinese astrology chart, each year with a particular zodiac sign will turn back after a cycle of 12 years. Each Chinese year is influenced by its Zodiac animal sign that also affects the behaviour, career, fortune, love life, luck etc, of a person born in the year. The Chinese Lunar year dates vary every year between January and February, unlike the English Calendar year, January 1st to 31st DecembChinese Calendar years have been classified into 12 Chinese zodiac signs. The Chinese calendar is different from English Calendar. At most places, the English calendar is followed, which starts from January 1st to December 31st. After that, a new year begins. Whereas in the Chinese calendar, a year may start from January or February and then end in January or February.
Chinese zodiac signs’ chart is straightforward to understand, and like other charts, it has a particular category of animals stating the Chinese Zodiac Chart, which repeats itself after every 12 years. If I explain with an example, then before 2020, the Rat Chinese zodiac year was the year 2008, a year of economic disaster quite similar to 2020 when the world was hit by a covid pandemic, a vast and unidentified health hazard. These zodiac years are again classified into the elements wood, fire, earth, metal and water.
Chinese Zodiac Astrology Chart
This chart will explain how each year and the person born in these years are classified and how that specific Zodiac sign associated with a person’s birth chart influences his life positively or negatively. It will also give you an idea about the Zodiac sign that you’re most compatible with.
Here is the Chinese zodiac chart; seeing the birth year and month, one can easily determine which is their Chinese Zodiac Sign.
List of chinese astrological chart:
|Chinese Zodiac sign||Chinese Zodiac Years|
|Rat Years Chart||1924, 1936,1948,1960,1972,1984,1996,2008,2020|
|Ox Years Chart||1925,1937,1949,1961,1973,1985,1997,2009,2021|
|Tiger Years Chart||1926 ,1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022|
|Rabbit Years Chart||1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011|
|Dragon Years Chart||1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000,2012|
|Snake Years Chart||1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013|
|Horse Years Chart||1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014|
|Sheep Years Chart||1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015|
|Monkey Years Chart||1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004 ,2016|
|Rooster Years Chart||1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017|
|Dog Years Chart||1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018|
|Pig Years Chart||1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019|
How Do You Know What Your Chinese Zodiac Sign Is?
Rat Chinese Astrology
As per the Chinese zodiac birth chart, these people are smart, intelligent, possess strong willpower, and are very ambitious. Their best matches are Ox, Dragon, Monkey, and the worst matches are horse and rooster. They are very artistic, and their ideal profession would include teacher, writer, and actor. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Rat
Ox Chinese Astrology
These people are honest, hardworking, responsible and rational in nature. Their best matches and Rat, Snake, Rooster and worst matches are tiger, Dragon, horse and sheep. Read More About Chinese Zodiac OX
Tiger Chinese Astrology
They are strong, passionate, brave and adventurous. Their best matches are Dragon, horse, and pig. Their worst matches are Ox, Tiger, Snake, Monkey. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Tiger
Rabbit Chinese Astrology
These people are gentle, elegant, kind-hearted, soft-spoken, self-disciplined generous, alert and intelligent. They are best when matched with Sheep, Monkey, Dog, Pig and the worst when matched with snake and rooster. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Rabbit
Dragon Chinese Astrology
Dragon zodiacs are confident, strong, independent, energetic and determined, as the name suggests. They make good pair with Rooster, Rat, Monkey and the worst match (professional or personal) would be ox, sheep and dog. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Dragon
Snake Chinese Astrology
Snake zodiac year born people are passionate, flexible and sophisticated. Their best matches are Dragon and rooster, while Tiger, Rabbit, Snake, Sheep and Pig are the worst. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Snake
Horse Chinese Astrology
People born with this zodiac sign are very good looking, have charming personalities, are faithful, realistic and tender. Their best matches are Tiger, Rabbit and Sheep and the worst matches are Rat, Ox, Horse snd Rooster. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Horse
Sheep Chinese Astrology
They are self-disciplined, honest, trustworthy and timid. They are best suited with Rabbit, Horse and Pig and worst with Ox, Tiger and Dog. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Sheep
Monkey Chinese Astrology
According to the Chinese Zodiac animal chart, people born with this sign are very quick, intelligent, witty, very active, gentle, responsible and kind-hearted. They are best matches with Ox and Rabbit and should avoid people with the Chinese zodiac signs Tiger and Pig. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Monkey
Rooster Chinese Astrology
They are mature, thoughtful, gentle, active and open-minded. They make good pair with Tiger, Ox and Snake and the worst pair with Rat, Rabbi, Horse, Rooster and dog. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Rooster
Dog Chinese Astrology
These people are considerable, honest, modest, loyal and independent. They are best when paired with Rabbits and the worst with Dragon, Sheep and Rooster. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Dog
Pig Chinese Astrology
These people are a bit lazy, chubby, but harmless and affectionate. Their best matches are Tiger, Rabbit and sheep and the worst matches are snake and monkey. Read More About Chinese Zodiac Pig
However, there are a few questions that people frequently have in their minds, we’ll now try to answer them one by one.
Which Chinese Zodiac Signs Are Lucky?
In the year 2022, the Chinese zodiac signs which are said to be lucky are Ox, Snake, Rooster and Rat. Though, there are some particular dates with respect to a particular Zodiac sign, which are considered to be lucky for the people born on those dates.
Zodiac Signs And Their Lucky Dates
|Chinese Zodiac Sign||Lucky Dates|
This is what has been depicted in Chinese Zodiac Animal charts. These are based on the several years of research and their results found by the Chinese Astrologers over the past years. I hope you found what you were looking for and use it carefully in your life for good. Thank you.