Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rabbit
Gung Hay Fat Choy! You may have already heard that this is the year of the rabbit, but did you know that 2011 is the year of the Metal Rabbit? The Chinese Zodiac classifies five different kinds of rabbits, each with its own personalities:
Metal Rabbits – 1951 and 2011
Strong. Resilient. Determined. Intense.
Water Rabbits – 1903 and 1963
Supportive. Peaceful. Prefer to go with the flow, and can easily be taken advantage of.
Wood Rabbits – 1915 and 1975
Generous. These people pleasers love to make others happy.
Fire Rabbits – 1927 and 1987
Adventurous. These tantrum-prone Rabbits prefer to avoid conflict.
Earth Rabbits – 1939 and 1999
Grounded. Real. Harsh but honest. Home life, money and material goods are important to the Earth Rabbit.
But let's learn more about the rabbit sign, in general. And since, according to the Chinese tradition, the start of the New Year is a time for predictions for the upcoming year (and it's almost Valentine's Day), here's a look at your 2011 love and health forecast. How will you fare in the year of the hare?
The Rabbit is most compatible with the Dog and the Pig and incompatible with the Rat and Rooster.
Rabbit folks are wise and mysterious, and often have a secret. They seek solitude to recharge. People born in the year of the rabbit are graceful and well-mannered. They're immensely interested in cultures and love learning about people from different countries. They're conservative, compassionate and sensitive.
Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the rabbit are never stressed out or upset. Or atleast they don't seem to be. They keep many of their emotions bottled up inside, which,in turn, can have negative impacts on their health. To minimize stress and to improve health, daily activity is a must for the Rabbit. Due to increasing rates of pollution, take care of your liver and lungs in 2011.
The year of the Rabbit is lucky for the dog, horse and tiger when it comes to love. So go out more often.
Financially lucky. Rabbits will often weigh pros and cons before undertaking anything. They are cautious, and prefer to be informed of all facts before making an important decision. Positive and practical, Rabbits will not step on toes to get ahead. When they work at their own pace, their creative side peeks. They have talent to avoid trouble and identify opportunity. They make for ideal politicians, lawyers and diplomats.