The Chinese zodiac : and other paths to luck, riches, and prosperity / Aaron Hwang ; illustrations by Li Zhang.
"The Chinese Zodiac is a beautifully illustrated introduction to eastern astrology, perfect for discovering what your sign-Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, or Pig-says about you. Are you loyal like the Dog? Or stubborn like the Rooster? What does the year you were born have to do with who you are? And does it determine your fate? The Chinese Zodiac doesn't have all the answers, but it offers a fun and fresh perspective on the magic behind when you were born. Based on the year, month, day, and even hour of birth, a complete Chinese horoscope can help you to better understand yourself and others. A person born in the year of the Pig comes last in the twelve-year cycle and is associated with qualities of release, completion, and return. Pigs indulge in the rich after-hours of life that favor food, love, and good company. A Rat, on the other hand, comes first. They are ambitious and eager to begin new projects, but might have trouble seeing them through. No matter your animal sign, there is something to be uncovered in these pages. Beautifully illustrated, with sidebars on Chinese culture and myth throughout, this book is an informative and mystical guide to knowing just a little more about the universe-and how you fit into it"-- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9780762480449
- Physical Description: 144 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Philadelphia : Running Press, 
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