What animal represented Chinese New Year in 1973?
1973 was the Chinese Year of the Ox.
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2008 is year of the Rat and 2009 will be year of the Ox. Chinese years revolve on a 12 year cycle and are as follows: Dog 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018 . Dragon 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012 . Horse 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 199…0, 2002, 2014 . Monkey 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016 Pig 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019 Ox 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009 Rabbit 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011 Ram 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015 Rat 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008 Rooster 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017 Snake 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013 Tiger 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010 (MORE)
The horse is the animal in the Chinese calendar that represents theyear 1990. It also represents the years 2002 and 2014.
Mouse There is also Cat some where Buffalo Tiger rabbit Dragon snake horse goat monkey Rooster dog pig
It depends if you are born in January or not. If you were to be born before or on January 28th then you world be the rat but after that it is Ox.
The Chinese Zodiac is based on a lunar calender, so the first portion of the year is Monkey, and the latter (and largest) portion is Rooster.
If you are born in the year 1994, then you are born on the year of the dog . . You are Loyal. You are the one who people are most likely toturn to when they need help. The dog person will come through everytime. That is because he/she is sensitive to others and empathizeswith them, particularly if …someone has suffered an injustice;he/she reacts quickly with the same feeling as though he/she hadbeen personally offended. Friends know that they can rely upontheir Dog friend to keep a promise or remain cool in a crisis. DogPeople are somewhat selfish, terribly stubborn, and eccentric. Theycan find fault with many things and are noted for their sharptongues. Dogs are also considered to be extremely good looking,smart, graceful, likeable and nice. . Dog types are honest, intelligent and straightforward. They willtake on any responsibility that is given to them and you can besure that they will do their job well. (MORE)
The majority of 1964 was the year of the Dragon. As the Chinese year is based on a lunar calender the first portion of the year was Rabbit.
The Rat A bit of a charmer, the rat is usually welcome anywhere; however,generally has few close friends. The rat is intelligent,quick-witted and hardworking. Somewhat ambitious, with a tendencyto be frivolous with material possessions. . The rat is strongly family oriented, enjoys thrills but i…seasily bored. A little insecure and can lack boldness. The rat isan opportunist who lives for the moment and rarely plans for thefuture. All rats have a propensity for aggression; however, this isseldom expressed physically, but rather in fretting over detailsand being overly concerned about trivialities. . The always thrifty Rat, counts their pennies and knows how tospot a bargain. Impatient with those of slower wit or actions, thissoul needs a bright partner willing to lend an ear with a goodsense of humor. The talkative Rat is also a natural writer andcritic with an eye for details. . The Rat . Those born in 1912 (Water) 1924 (Wood), 1936 (Fire), 1948(Earth), 1960 (Metal), 1972 (Water), 1984 (Wood), 1996 (Fire) and2008 (Earth). (MORE)
rabbit is the animal in the new year of 1987.....by the eastern perspective , and by the western point of view the Chinese new year starts on Jan 29 of 1987 which is the rabbit. I was told that the calendar date falls on that day from my boyfriend who just happens to be Chinese and he claims that it… isn't a date it goes by years and 1987 is the year of the rabbit while 1986 is the year of the tiger. good luck w/ arguing someone down about it....I tried! (MORE)
Generally, it seems it was the year of the Water Rabbit. There are a few sources that list Rabbits as Cats instead... Either way, it was the year of a small, furry, cute animal. With a few sources calling it the year of the Cat, sometimes I've seen confusion with the previous year, the year of th…e Tiger. The basic difference between the personalities of the two years can be associated with the size difference between the two animals... year of the Tiger people are authoritative, emotional, courageous, and intense. On the other hand, year of the Rabbit people are popular, compassionate, and sincere. (MORE)
The twelve Chinese New Year animals are (more often called Chinese Zodiac animals): . Rat . Ox . Tiger . Rabbit . Dragon . Snake . Horse . Ram . Monkey . Rooster . Dog . Pig
The animals of the Chinese Zodiac represent certain horoscopes. Each person has an animal, depending on the year they were born. For example, if you were born in the year of the Tiger, your horoscope can include things like, "you are angered easily." Your horoscope also depends on the year of the… Chinese New Year. If the year is the year of the Tiger, for example, and you were born in the year of the Tiger, your horoscope could be different when it is the year of the Pig. (MORE)
The animals represented in the Chinese New Year Zodiac include:\n. \nRat\n. \nOx\n. \nTiger\n. \nRabbit\n. \nDragon\n. \nSnake\n. \nHorse\n. \nRam\n. \nMonkey\n. \nRooster\n. \nDog\n. \nPig\n. \nThese are all in order - rat as the first animal of the Chinese Zodiac, and Pig as the last.… \nThis Chinese New Year (2009), will be the year of the Ox. Last year, obviously, was the year of the Rat. (MORE)
the pig was the 1995 animal on the Chinese calender . 1995 was the year of the rat.
Depends what time of year, up until 17th February 2007 it was the year of the dog, from 18th february it was the year of the pig.
Jan 1st 1985 - Feb 19th was still the year of the Rat. Feb 20th - Dec 31st was the Ox.
Jan 1st - Jan 30 was still the year of the Rabbit. Jan 31st - Dec 31st is the year of the Dragon
As the Chinese Zodiac is based on the Lunar Calender there are two answers. Born 1st of January to 27th January you are Horse. Born 28th January to 31st December you are Goat.
1st January to 16th February 1969 is the end of the Year of the Monkey. 17th February to 31st December 1969 is the year of the Rooster.. Answer: . More accurately we must include the associated element with the symbol. In this case both animals ae associate with Earth, hence Earth Monkey and Earth… Rooster (MORE)
The Year of the Tiger will start on February 14 2010 -- Valentine's AND Chinese New Year! The Tiger year
rat . ox . tiger . rabbit . dragon . snake . horse . goat . monkey . rooster . dog . pig
1970 is the Year of the Dog for the most part ï¼after Chinese New Year on 6 Feb 1970). The preceding year 1969 is Rooster, which was carried into 1970 until the month of Feb.
It came from a myth. There are different versions of the myth, but basically it is about a race organized by the Jade God where the first 12 animals to win will be included in the zodiac. The zodiac is very much like horoscopes, they go in a cycle. The 12 animals cronologicaly are mouse(rat), ox(c…ow), tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, lamb(goat), monkey, chicken, dog, pig(boar). (MORE)
There is no "best" zodiac animal as each of them has their own weaknesses and strengths. However, it is widely believed that those born in the year of the Dragon will succeed very well in life, and thus it is commonly believed that the Dragon is the "best" animal.
It is because of the ancient story of zodiac competitions, when animals had to compete in a race in order to become one of the zodiac animals.
é¼ (shÇ) ratï¼ ç(niÃº)cow ï¼ è(hÇ) tigerï¼ å (tÃ¹)rabbit ï¼ é¾(lÃ³ng)dragon ï¼ è(shÃ©)snake ï¼ é©¬(mÇ)horse ï¼ ç¾(yÃ¡ng)sheep ï¼ ç´(hÃ³u) monkeyï¼ é¸¡(jÄ«)chicken ï¼ ç(gÇu) dogï¼ çª…(zhÅ«)pig (MORE)
The Chinese Zodiac is based on a lunar calender, so the firstportion of the year is Monkey, and the latter (and largest) portionis the rooster.
Rat. That was the Chinese year of the rat but it only started after 18th February, before the 18th it was the year of the pig.
Jan 1st to Feb. 7th is Dog - Earth Feb 8th - Dec 31st is Pig - Earth
the frog is not used to represent a year in the Chinese cycle of years. Most animals are not used.
The following animals are used to represent the Chinese New Year.All others have not been used. Rat Ox Tiger Rabit Dragon Snake Horse Goat Monkey Rooster Dog Pig
The following animals are used to represent the Chinese New Year.All other animals are not. . Rat . Ox . Tiger . Rabbit . Dragon . Snake . Horse . Sheep . Monkey . Rooster . Dog . Pig
The animal that represented the Chinese New Year in 2011 was therabbit. It began on February 3rd, 2011 and ended on January 22nd,2012.
This coming Chinese New Year, which starts on the 3rd of February 2011, will be the year of the rabbit.
Animals represented in Chinese Astrology, last for the entire year and not just a single month.
1th Jan to 15th Feb, Tiger 16th Feb to 31st Dec, Rabbit The rabbit is very sensitive, lucky, smart and creative. Their creativity extends to a love of all things beautiful, and accordingly they place great value on establising a beautiful home. This combines with a good nose for a bargain, to ma…ke rabbits 'collectors' of beautiful things. The love of beauty is also expressed in their dress sense, and female rabbits are said to have wonderful hair. The rabbit is reserved and discreet, not particularly caring for the troubles of the world. Rabbits have an aversion to suffering which often means that they will shut out the cruelties of the real world, and retreat to their home and families. The rabbit is a good listener, and this, combined with its discretion makes it an excellent shoulder to cry on, as well as a very good diplomat. Strategists by nature, rabbits will set a plan and follow it through. They are not given to acting on impulse. The rabbit prefers a routined lifestyle that only changes slowly over time. In business, they keep their word and avoid making promises they can't keep. The Rabbit in 2009 Year of the Ox Those born 1915 (Wood),1927 (Fire), 1939 (Earth), 1951 (Metal), 1963 (Water), 1975 (Wood), 1987 (Fire), 1999 (Earth) and 2011 (Metal). Ox year is generally favourable for the Rabbit and although great advancements will have to wait, steady progress can be made if you hold your emotions in check. You may be called upon to be the peace maker in family or work situations this year and you can pour oil on troubled waters better than most. Holidays taken near the water will be most beneficial for Rabbits and be sure you make time in your busy schedule for some time away with loved ones. Your social life may be a little quiet, but in spite of that you will basically enjoy the year. The lucky gem for Rabbit is the Pearl and represents purity and innocence. Wear pearls to help find your true soul mate. Pig, Sheep, Rat, ox and Tiger are your most compatible signs and your lucky months are July and November. (MORE)
I honestly do not know. this is a question i need to find out for homework. i can take a guess. i think they use animals because it is easier to tell what year it is by what animal it is instead of remembering that it is 2011. i am sorry if this is wrong, but i am only a middle schooler who needs to… know this question by tomarrow!!!!!!!!! i cant find the answer anywhere, so if you know the RIGHT answer please tell me. thanx (MORE)
The animal that represented the Chinese New Year in 1978 was thehorse. The animal that represented the Chinese New Year in 1978 was thehorse. The animal that represented the Chinese New Year in 1978 was thehorse.
February 19, 1939 represented the beginning of the year of the Earth Rabbit. The Earth Rabbit is balanced and rational with a great need for stability and organization in their lives. These people tend to be idealistic, but practical in their approach to life. They often seek recognition for their m…any talents, which are often artistic or social in nature. (MORE)
The Chinese Zodiac follows the Chinese calendar rather than the Gregorian one, and hence the animal will change over Chinese New Year rather than January 1. Therefore for 1990 : from Jan 1 to Jan 26, the zodiac was the snake; from Jan 27 (CNY 1990) to Dec 31, the zodiac was the horse.
The animals of the Chinese New Year include: . Rat . Ox . Tiger . Rabbit . Dragon . Snake . Horse . Sheep . Monkey . Rooster . Dog . Pig
The tiger is the animal for 1/31/1938 to 2/19/1939. The rabbit is the animal for 2/19/1939 to 2/8/1940.
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It is a Rooster. If you want to see what the other animals are for other years are look it up on a Chinese new year website.
If you mean the Chinese Zodiac, there are 12 of them. In sequence, Rat, Bull, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig. In that sequence, each year is a different "animal year". For example, 2012 would be the year of the dragon. An infant born this year would be said to be… born in the year of the Dragon, as with those who were born in 2000, 1988 and so on (in 12-year cycles). One should note that the Chinese "year" is not as clear-cut as the Western Solar year. Although for all official purposes the Chinese uses the Solar calendar, there are still some tradition-based occasions which use the Lunar calendar, including Mid-Autumn Festival and Chinese New Year. This year the Chinese New Year was on the 23rd of January. Thus if a child was born on the 22nd of January s/he would still be considered born in the year of the Rabbit. This can make finding out someone's Zodiac difficult if s/he was born in the end of January/early February, since the actual date of the Chinese New Year changes year to year between the two months. So there is no fixed animal for Chinese New Year. This year no one would mention much of the Snake. The Dragon, however, is rather popular no matter what Zodiac Year it is. It would be much more popular on "Dragon" Years, however. (MORE)
The current animal for 2014 is the horse. The next animal accordingto the Chinese New Year will be the sheep.
2001 was the year of the snake, so is 2013 and the next year of the snake will be in 2025.
If you are referring to the year 2014, it is the year of the horse.
The twelve animals that represent the Chinese New Year include: . Rat . Ox . Tiger . Rabbit . Dragon . Snake . Horse . Sheep . Monkey . Rooster . Dog . Pig
The animal that helps celebrate the Chinese New Year in 1950 wasthe Tiger. The following year was the year of the rabbit.