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The Chinese Lunar Calendar names each of the twelve years after an animal. Legend has it that the Lord Buddha summoned all the animals to come to him before he departed from earth. Only twelve came to bid him farewell and as a reward he named a year after each one in the order they arrived.

The characters of the animal of the year influence the coming year also the Chinese believe the animal ruling the year in which a person is born has a profound influence on personality, saying: "This is the animal that hides in your heart."

Year

The begin of the new Chinese year

Animal of the year

Element of the year

 

Color of the year

2008

February 07

Rat

Earth

Brown (Yellow)

2009

January 26

Ox (Cow)

Earth

Brown (Yellow)

2010

February 10

Tiger

Metal

White (Gold)

2011

February 03

Rabbit (Cat)

Metal

White (gold)

2012

January 23

Dragon

Water

Black (Blue)

2013

February 10

Snake

Water

Black (Blue)

2014

January 31

Horse

Wood

Green

2015

February 19

Sheep

Wood

Green

2016

February 09

Monkey

Fire

Red

2017

January 28

Rooster (Chicken)

Fire

Red

2018

February 16

Dog

Earth

Brown (Yellow)

2019

February 05

Boar (Pig)

Earth

Brown (Yellow)

There is one secret of Chinese New Year's Eve party read about it in the next article

The day after day calendar see here

 

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