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2017 Year of the Rooster Horoscopes

Intense, excitable, and ambitious, the Year of the Red Fire Rooster rewards dynamism and discourages lethargy. It's time to manifest your dreams, even if the prospect is a little scary. Having the courage of your convictions will pay off in a big way in 2017.  Read More »


2017 Year of the Rooster Love Horoscopes

The Year of the Red Fire Rooster will be romantically auspicious for some, but not for others. Either way, every Chinese sign can expect the intense and exciting energy of 2017 to rock their love lives in one way or another. See what this vibrant time has in store for your sign:Discover what the Year of the Rooster holds for you personally with your custom 1-Year Ki Forecast. Read More »


2016 Year of the Monkey Horoscopes

Associated with mischief, the Year of the Red Fire Monkey will be one of adventure, curiosity, and innovation. The trend of steady growth and ethical leadership will be abandoned for excitement Read More »


2016 Year of the Monkey Love Horoscopes

The Year of the Red Fire Monkey brings different gifts of love to each Chinese sign. Read your horoscope here to see what your sign can expect in 2016! Read More »


Chinese New Year Feng Shui

Would you like to celebrate the New Year all over again? Now's your chance: The Chinese New Year starts on February 8, 2016, kicking off the Year of the Fire Monkey! We've rounded up some ancient Chinese Feng Shui tips Read More »


2015 Year of the Sheep Horoscope

February 19, 2015, opens the Chinese New Year of the Green Wood Sheep -- also known as the Year of the Goat. Read More »


2015 Year of the Sheep Love Horoscopes

The Chinese Year of the Green Wood Sheep (also known as the Year of the Goat) which begins on February 19, 2015, brings different gifts of love to each Chinese sign. Read More »


Chinese Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day sometimes gets a bad rap for being overly commercialized here in the U.S., doesn't it? If you agree, you're gonna love this: Chinese Valentine's Day Read More »


The History of Chinese New Year

It's time to celebrate Chinese New Year and its many traditions to attract happiness and good fortune for the coming year! Start celebrating with your Read More »


Chinese vs. Western Astrology

Chinese and western Astrology are both systems of divination that are based on date and time of birth. And although both traditions rely heavily on symbols to communicate their theories, each differs substantially. Read More »


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