Chinese Astrology

“The Rabbit”

STRENGTHS:
intuitive, even-tempered, gentle, faithful, compassionate, and clever
WEAKNESSES:
pessimistic, insecure, vain, overly cautious, and finicky
COMPATIBILITY:
Dog or Pig
MISMATCH:
Rooster
ELEMENT:
Wood
YIN or YANG:
Yin
YEARS:
1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
Rabbit (Hare) represents longevity, discretion and good luck. People born under the sign of the Rabbit are kind-hearted, friendly, intelligent, cautious, skillful, gentle, quick and live long. They dislike fighting and like to find solutions through compromise and negotiation.
The Rabbit zodiac sign always treat people politely, with a gentle smile that makes people feel that they are credible and sincere.
When encountering tough difficulties, they are never discouraged but instead remain persistent in their endeavors to find solutions. This means they eventually achieve enviable success.
Rabbits have good social relationships. They are popular with others as they are gentle and considerate. With a good sense of humor, they can turn a dispute into a good discussion and make enemies into friends.
   

 
Those born in a Rabbit year are assured good fortune, happiness, and longevity. They are even-tempered, gentle, faithful, compassionate, and clever – eschewing aggression and violence, particularly in public situations.
Rabbits can make friends with anyone as they are capable of astutely reading people and situations. They aim to maintain tranquility and balance at all times. Rabbits rarely act impulsively. They tend to be orderly and conservative. They’re known for their refined, artistic taste and elegant style in all areas of their lives. They love beautiful things but must beware of becoming acquisitive.
Because they may be prone to hide their true feelings and desires, choosing instead to fulfill societal or interpersonal expectations, Rabbits must be careful to nourish deep self-awareness and a sense of self-worth. They can also become pessimistic, insecure, vain, overly cautious, and finicky.
 
The Information for the Chinese Zodiac Rabbit