Chinese zodiac rooster

You probably know all about your Western Zodiac sign, but do you know what secrets your Chinese Zodiac animal can reveal? Find out how this ancient Asian system, Shēngxiào, might be of importance to you today:

The Race of the Twelve: What Your Chinese Zodiac Animal Means for You

You probably know all about your Western Zodiac sign, but do you know what secrets your Chinese Zodiac animal can reveal? Find out how this ancient Asian system, Shēngxiào, works

Chinese New Year zodiac animals with animal crafts for your kids to make!

Chinese Astrology: Determining Your Month, Day and Hour Animal

Chinese Zodiac Symbols — from prntr.com. The Chinese Zodiac (also known as the Eastern Zodiac) is composed of twelve different animal symbols, each one representing a different personality type. The animals of the Chinese Zodiac are Rat, Ox Tiger, Rabbit (a.k.a. Hare), Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram (a.k.a. sheep or goat), Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.

Chinese Zodiac Symbols —The Chinese Zodiac (also known as the Eastern Zodiac) is composed of twelve different animal symbols, each one representing a different personality type. Mine is the rabbit and I'd get it on the back of my neck

Natsuki Otani was born in Tokyo and is now working in England, she has had many clients a few being; Urban Outfitters, SoulPancake and Computer Arts Projects Magazine. Natsuki describes her work perfectly, ‘I have a style that is best described in colour and realised in detailed design. Bold vibrant colour forms the basis of a working practice that seeks to unite dreams and reality. I try to give the viewer a feast of colour and complexity, my surreal macabre touches are the counterpoint to…

Vibrant and Unique Illustrations by Natsuki Otani

The complete set of 12 Chinese Zodiac linocut prints: Da shu- The Rat- The Big Mouse, 1st in Chinese Zodiac, 9 (22.9 cm) by 6.25 (15.9 cm) Niu- The Ox, 2nd in the Chinese Zodiac, 9 (22.9 cm) by 13 (33 cm) Hu - The Tiger, 3rd in Chinese Zodiac, 6 (15.2 cm) by 13 (33 cm) Tu-z - The Rabbit, 4th in Chinese Zodiac, 6 (15.2 cm) by 12.5 (31.8 cm) Long- The Dragon, 5th in Chinese Zodiac, 11 (27.9 cm) by 14 (35.6 cm) She - The Snake, 6th in Chinese Zodiac, 8 (20.3 cm) by 12 (30.5 cm) Ma - The H...

The complete set of 12 Chinese Zodiac linocut prints: Da shu- The Rat- The Big Mouse, 1st in Chinese Zodiac, 9 (22.9 cm) by 6.25 (15.9 cm) Niu- The Ox, 2nd in the Chinese Zodiac, 9 (22.9 cm) by 13 (33 cm) Hu - The Tiger, 3rd in Chinese Zodiac, 6 (15.2 cm) by 13 (33 cm) Tu-z - The Rabbit, 4th in Chinese Zodiac, 6 (15.2 cm) by 12.5 (31.8 cm) Long- The Dragon, 5th in Chinese Zodiac, 11 (27.9 cm) by 14 (35.6 cm) She - The Snake, 6th in Chinese Zodiac, 8 (20.3 cm) by 12 (30.5 cm) Ma - The H...

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