The rabbit 

Rabbit ranks fourth in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac signs. The Years of the Rabbit include 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023…

For Chinese people, the rabbit is a tame creature representing hope and life for a long time. It is tender and lovely. The moon goddess Chang’e in the Chinese legend has a rabbit as her pet, which stimulates the thought that only this creature is amiable enough to match her noble beauty. Another way of saying is that the Rabbit is the incarnation of the moon goddess per se and it is always a symbol of pureness and auspiciousness.

People born in the Year of the Rabbit are gentle and approachable. They have a decent, noble and elegant manner.

Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Mao
Wu Xing (The Five Elements): Mu (Wood)
Yin Yang: Yin

People born in the rabbit years tend to have some of the characteristics of the real rabbit, who are mostly calm but are also quick to react when needed. In general, the rabbits are positive, gentle, and elegant. They love freedom, but once they set goals they just march forward without the distraction. They are also self-disciplined, the typical type of people who are strict with themselves but tolerant of others.

Although they look mild and soft, the rabbits are actually vigilant to strangers and outsiders. You do not trust others easily and are hardly fooled by others. However, they have polite manners in their social environment.

Strengths: Optimistic, amiable, generous, kind-hearted, funny & attentive
Weaknesses: A little vain, emotionally unstable, slightly satisfied with the status quo