Chinese Horoscope – 2020

  • Rat

    Rat

    1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
  • Ox

    Ox

    1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
  • Tiger

    Tiger

    1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022
  • Rabbit

    Rabbit

    1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
  • Dragon

    Dragon

    1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
  • Snake

    Snake

    1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025
  • Horse

    Horse

    1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
  • Goat

    Goat

    1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027
  • Monkey

    Monkey

    1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028
  • Rooster

    Rooster

    1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029
  • Dog

    Dog

    1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
  • Pig

    Pig

    1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2031

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Chinese Astrology

The Chinese New Year begins this year on January 25th, 2020 in China at 5h42 am Beijing Time (on the 26th in Europe and the USA) and ends on February 11th, 2021.

This is the year of the Rat, which is generally a sign of wealth and fertility because rats make large litters. So this year of the Rat is also meant to be favorable in terms of projects of every kind. To find out more about Chinese astrology sign dates, please look at the table below. Even if you aren’t born under the sign of the Rat, you can nonetheless benefit from the advantages of this year of the Rat.

For that, once you have determined your sign according to Chinese astrology, read your predictions in the 2020 horoscope that corresponds to your sign and follow the advice given in your everyday life. According to tradition, Chinese astrology has been used since 2637 BC! The date when it was codified by legendary Emperor Huang Di.

The twelve animals of Buddha

According to a Buddhist legend, the names of the different Chinese signs were given by Buddha on the day of a Chinese New Year. He is said to have promised a reward to animals of Creation who made the effort to visit him.

Only twelve animals turned up. Buddha attributed them a year bearing their name, in the order in which they arrived. And thus they appeared, one after the other: the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Rabbit, the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Goat, the Monkey, the Rooster, the Dog, and the Pig!

New Year’s Day changes every year!

The years of the Chinese horoscope follow a lunar calendar and have been in the same order since the beginning. The lunar calendar has only twenty-eight days, which explains why, each year, Chinese New Year falls on a different day.

Thus, the year of the Rat begins on January 25th, 2020. Those born under the sign in question are naturally favored by luck, but the other signs can also benefit from the positive astral vibrations of this year of the Rat.

Once you have determined your Chinese sign, turn to the characteristics of your sign and your predictions for this Chinese New Year.

12 Chinese signs from 1900 to 2020

BeginningEndBeginningEndSign
1900 Jan. 311901 Feb. 181960 Jan. 281961 Feb. 14鼠 rat
1901 Feb. 191902 Feb. 071961 Feb. 151962 Feb. 04牛 ox
1902 Feb. 081903 Jan. 281962 Feb. 051963 Jan. 24虎 tiger
1903 Jan. 291904 Feb. 151963 Jan. 251964 Feb. 12兔 rabbit
1904 Feb. 161905 Feb. 031964 Feb. 131965 Feb. 01龍 dragon
1905 Feb. 041906 Jan. 241965 Feb. 021966 Jan. 20蛇 snake
1906 Jan. 251907 Feb. 121966 Jan. 211967 Feb. 08馬 horse
1907 Feb. 131908 Feb. 011967 Feb. 091968 Jan. 29羊 goat
1908 Feb. 021909 Jan. 211968 Jan. 301969 Feb. 16猴 monkey
1909 Jan. 221910 Feb. 091969 Feb. 171970 Feb. 05鷄 rooster
1910 Feb. 101911 Jan. 291970 Feb. 061971 Jan. 26狗 dog
1911 Jan. 301912 Feb. 171971 Jan. 271972 Feb. 14猪 pig
1912 Feb. 181913 Feb. 051972 Feb. 151973 Feb. 02鼠 rat
1913 Feb. 061914 Jan. 251973 Feb. 031974 Jan. 22牛 ox
1914 Jan. 261915 Feb. 131974 Jan. 231975 Feb. 10虎 tiger
1915 Feb. 141916 Feb. 021975 Feb. 111976 Jan. 30兔 rabbit
1916 Feb. 031917 Jan. 221976 Jan. 311977 Feb. 17龍 dragon
1917 Jan. 231918 Feb. 101977 Feb. 181978 Feb. 06蛇 snake
1918 Feb. 111919 Jan. 311978 Feb. 071979 Jan. 27馬 horse
1919 Feb. 011920 Feb. 191979 Jan. 281980 Feb. 15羊 goat
1920 Feb. 201921 Feb. 071980 Feb. 161981 Feb. 04猴 monkey
1921 Feb. 081922 Jan. 271981 Feb. 051982 Jan. 24鷄 rooster
1922 Jan. 281923 Feb. 151982 Jan. 251983 Feb. 12狗 dog
1923 Feb. 161924 Feb. 041983 Feb. 131984 Feb. 01猪 pig
1924 Feb. 051925 Jan. 241984 Feb. 021985 Feb. 19鼠 rat
1925 Jan. 251926 Feb. 121985 Feb. 201986 Feb. 08牛 ox
1926 Feb. 131927 Feb. 011986 Feb. 091987 Jan. 28虎 tiger
1927 Feb. 021928 Jan. 221987 Jan. 291988 Feb. 16兔 rabbit
1928 Jan. 231929 Feb. 091988 Feb. 171989 Feb. 05龍 dragon
1929 Feb. 101930 Jan. 291989 Feb. 061990 Jan. 26蛇 snake
1930 Jan. 301931 Feb. 161990 Jan. 271991 Feb. 14馬 horse
1931 Feb. 171932 Feb. 051991 Feb. 151992 Feb. 03羊 goat
1932 Feb. 061933 Jan. 251992 Feb. 041993 Jan. 22猴 monkey
1933 Jan. 261934 Feb. 131993 Jan. 231994 Feb. 09鷄 rooster
1934 Feb. 141935 Feb. 031994 Feb. 101995 Jan. 30狗 dog
1935 Feb. 041936 Jan. 231995 Jan. 311996 Feb. 18猪 pig
1936 Jan. 241937 Feb. 101996 Feb. 191997 Feb. 06鼠 rat
1937 Feb. 111938 Jan. 301997 Feb. 071998 Jan. 27牛 ox
1938 Jan. 311939 Feb. 181998 Jan. 281999 Feb. 15虎 tiger
1939 Feb. 191940 Feb. 071999 Feb. 162000 Feb. 04兔 rabbit
1940 Feb. 081941 Jan. 262000 Feb. 052001 Jan. 23龍 dragon
1941 Jan. 271942 Feb. 142001 Jan. 242002 Feb. 11蛇 snake
1942 Feb. 151943 Feb. 042002 Feb. 122003 Jan. 31馬 horse
1943 Feb. 051944 Jan. 242003 Feb. 012004 Jan. 21羊 goat
1944 Jan. 251945 Feb. 122004 Jan. 222005 Feb. 8猴 monkey
1945 Feb. 131946 Feb. 012005 Feb. 92006 Jan. 28鷄 rooster
1946 Feb. 021947 Jan. 212006 Jan. 292007 Feb. 17狗 dog
1947 Jan. 221948 Feb. 092007 Feb. 182008 Feb. 6猪 pig
1948 Feb. 101949 Jan. 282008 Feb. 72009 Jan. 25鼠 rat
1949 Jan. 291950 Feb. 162009 Jan. 262010 Feb. 23牛 ox
1950 Feb. 171951 Feb. 052010 Feb. 242011 Feb. 2虎 tiger
1951 Feb. 061952 Jan. 262011 Feb. 32012 Jan. 22兔 rabbit
1952 Jan. 271953 Feb. 132012 Jan. 232013 Feb. 9龍 dragon
1953 Feb. 141954 Feb. 022013 Feb. 102014 Jan. 30蛇 snake
1954 Feb. 031955 Jan. 232014 Jan. 312015 Feb. 18馬 horse
1955 Jan. 241956 Feb. 112015 Feb. 192016 Feb. 7羊 goat
1956 Feb. 121957 Jan. 302016 Feb. 82017 Jan. 27猴 monkey
1957 Jan. 311958 Feb. 172017 Jan. 282018 Feb. 15鷄 rooster
1958 Feb. 181959 Feb. 072018 Feb. 162019 Feb. 4狗 dog
1959 Feb. 081960 Jan. 272019 Feb. 52020 Jan. 24猪 pig

Characteristics and predictions for 12 Chinese astrological signs

The Rat

They are known for their powers of persuasion. They have a natural charm that is difficult to resist. Their natural social skills allow them to fit in anywhere. Their easy-going manner and sweet disposition make them a very sought-out friend. Read the Rat horoscope for 2020.

Ox Chinese signThe Cow (or Ox)

Their main qualities are loyalty and dependability. Cows can get through a great deal of work, because they have excellent organizational skills and can work tirelessly until they reach their goals. Nothing can deter them. Cows are also adventurers, always ready to take on challenges and accomplish feats in the fields they love. See the Cow (Ox) horoscope for 2020.

Tiger Chinese zodiacThe Tiger

Tigers are extremely brave beings that can easily become heroes because they are practically fearless. They stand out thanks to their frankness, warmth and sense of honor. For them, it’s important to live by noble values, in order to live life to the fullest, with dignity. See the Tiger horoscope for 2020.

Rabbit Chinese zodiacThe Rabbit, (cat or hare)

The company of Rabbits is very sought-after because they are warm and sweet. They love socializing, family and finding themselves in groups, because they adore being surrounded by people. Read the Rabbit horoscope for 2020.

Dragon Chinese zodiacThe Dragon

Dragons are persistent. When they want something, they do everything to get it. Their main features are their power and aggression. Their natural skill and power of attraction often make them the center of attention. Wherever they are, they never go unnoticed because of their innate magnetism. See the Dragon horoscope for 2020.

Snake Chinese zodiacThe Snake

Contrary to the negative image snakes have in the West, snakes don’t have a sinister reputation in the East. Snakes are considered to be generous, good, charming and seductive. They love living in society, but they also like to isolate themselves to think sometimes. More on the Snake horoscope for 2020.

Horse Chinese zodiacThe Horse

The Horse is a sign of movement and instability. They struggle to settle down, whether that’s in a place or with a person. They constantly have itchy feet. As soon as they’ve settled down somewhere, they’re already thinking about where to go next. See the Horse horoscope for 2020.

Goat Chinese zodiacThe Goat (or the Ram)

People born under the sign of the Goat are rather solitary and have a huge imagination. They can be extremely creative. The sign of the Goat denotes a vivacious spirit and great manual dexterity. Lots of people born under this sign in fact make excellent craftsmen. Read the Goat horoscope for 2020.

Monkey Chinese zodiacThe Monkey

Monkeys are hedonist. They enjoy playing, having fun and having a good time. They are funny and mischievous. They are always the first to party. They are always on the lookout for the slightest reason to celebrate. They are also natural clowns. They like to entertain, make people laugh and spread joy and good cheer wherever they go. They know how to listen to others and are good confidants. See the Monkey horoscope for 2020.

Rooster Chinese zodiacThe Rooster

Roosters have a keen intelligence, a vivacious spirit and an agile mind. They are capable of quickly facing up to a large number of situations. It is difficult to catch them off-guard and they find solutions quickly. When undertaking something, they prefer to use proven methods rather than riskier new techniques. More on the Rooster horoscope for 2020.

Dog Chinese zodiac The Dog

The Dog is a sign that has an innate sense of justice. They are quick to feel indignant and outraged when they think that someone is suffering an injustice. In fact, they are the first to help out when there’s a problem, by putting themselves in the line of fire to defend others. Their other qualities include being loyal, faithful and honest. See the Dog horoscope for 2020.

Pig Chinese zodiacThe Pig

Pigs are sensitive animals. They love wealth, luxury and anything flashy, especially in terms of clothing and decoration. They make very pleasant partners in all fields – in society, at work, with their families… They are humble and are never vain enough to believe themselves better than others. See the Pig horoscope for 2020.

May the Force of the Rat be with you!

The year of the Rat promises to be generally good and prosperous for practically all the signs. For those that are less favored, the Rat provides you with advice to rectify precarious situations and with ways to transform a year, if at first glance it seems to be difficult. Thanks to these recommendations, you can make this period one in which you will be capable of even benefiting from situations that seem compromised.

With the Rat, you are never in a deadlock because it will generally find you the most appropriate solutions for your case. You’ll then obviously have to apply these recommendations to your situation.

However, that should be easy most of the time because the instructions provided by the Rat are clear and quick to implement if you are in the mindset required to apply them.

Even though the advice of the Rat is effective, that doesn’t mean, most of the time, that you won’t have much effort to make to achieve your goals.

You’ll often need to expend a great deal of energy and concentrate on goals you wish to achieve. But you’ll do what you need to do with determination because you are promised ultimate success.

You always have a solution with the Rat, even faced with the most desperate situations or with problems that initially seem unsolvable.

The Rat asks you to rely on the qualities specific to your sign in Chinese astrology and to act without waiting for others to do it for you.

The Rat will always provide you with a way out of your problems and/or a trick for making your desires come true, even if to do so you need to squeeze through a hole fit for a… mouse!

Wishing you a happy year of the Rat!

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