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Rabbit Chinese Zodiac

By: Gail Leino

You have undoubtedly heard of a lucky rabbit’s foot and according to the Chinese Zodiac individuals born under the sign of the Rabbit Chinese Zodiac are among the luckiest born. The Rabbit represents people who are kind, quiet, loving individuals who speak gently and have a strong sense of justice and a high appreciation of artistic beauty. Those born under the sign of the Rabbit are refined, cultivated, and often well-educated. Those born of the sign of the Rabbit rarely speak rudely , and in fact are often civil even to those that are considered to be an enemy. The Rabbit Chinese Zodiac is characterized by deliberate actions, a level of seriousness, and the ability to look at situations from many sides with a clear-headed approach. The Rabbit Chinese Zodiac individual will not rush to make a decision, instead they will spend time to gather more information and assess situations carefully from many different perspectives before deciding. Like the animal that acts as their mascot, individuals born under the Rabbit Chinese Zodiac are flexible, clever, and good at finding ways of self-preservation.

Individuals born in the Rabbit understand what life really means. They get excited about the good and the bad in their own life and accept the same from others. They are excellent negotiators for themselves and for their organizations. They can be flexible, but never lose their self-confidence or their ability to think on their feet. Individuals born under the sign of the Rabbit Chinese Zodiac know more than they will ever let on, and they have excellent memories. They give credit where it is due and remembers all the good things that people do in addition to the missteps they may take.

The Rabbit Chinese Zodiac is the most compatible on a relationship level with the sheep. Professionally the strongest unions with the Rabbit are other Rabbits, Sheep, Rat, and Dog. The Rabbit is said to be the sign of those individuals born in 1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987 and 1999.

About the Author

Mrs. Party... Gail Leino takes a common sense approach to planning and organizing events, celebrations and holiday parties with unique ideas for birthday party supplies and fun free educational party games. She explains proper etiquette and living a healthy life while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts. The Party Supplies Hut has lots of party ideas with hundreds of free coloring sheets, printable games, and free birthday party activities. What is your Chinese zodiac sign? Find out more info and get Chinese Zodiac Party Supplies for holidays, birthdays and special events.