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Chinese Culture-Project Work

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Tan Kin Hern

on 24 January 2014

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Chinese Culture
By:The Cultural Kings
Chinese Culture-Project Work
The Importance Of Chinese Zodiac In Chinese

Stories of the Chinese Zodiacs
Chinese Zodiac
Video to Watch

The Snake
Snakes are associated with wisdom, strength and purpose. However, self-doubts, eccentricities and loneliness are often characteristic of Snakes.
The Horse:
The Horse is a popular sign and is generally considered agile and cheerful. However, Horses should be aware that they could also be gullible, stubborn, anxious and even rude.
characteristics of a person born in the year of...
The Goat:
Goats are creative and artistic, paired with sincerity, sympathy and determination. However, worry and indecisiveness can also be a part of a Goat's personality.
The Rooster:
Roosters are considered decisive, practical and organized. Watch for personality traits that also include egotism and abrasiveness.
The Times for the 12 Chinese Zodiac
The Rat
11 pm to 1 am. This is the time where rats actively seek for food.

The Ox
1 to 3 am. This is the time that oxen ruminate.

The Tiger
3 to 5 am. Tigers hunt prey and display their fiercest nature.

The Rabbit
5 to 7 am. The Jade Rabbit on the moon is busy pounding medicinal herb with a pestle.

The Dragon
7 to 9 am. Dragons were said to hover in the sky at that time to give people rainfall.

The Snake
9 to 11 am. Snakes start to leave their burrows.
The Tiger
Tigers exude power, and embrace impulsive decisions while stimulating others to action. Recklessness, foolishness and selfishness can show up in Tigers
The Rat
The Rat is first of the Chinese zodiac signs. Rats are charming, social and forthright. Some of their negative traits are selfishness and ruthlessness.
The Ox
Hardworking and dependable, with modest tendencies and logical approaches to problems. However, Ox can be stubborn and rigid at times.
The Rabbit
Rabbits in the Chinese zodiac are considered friendly, artistic, compassionate . Watch out for laziness, self-indulgence and moodiness in Rabbits
The Dragon
Dragons are leaders, with decisive personalities and generous and loyal tendencies. However, Dragons can be violent, brash, demanding and arrogant in their worst moments
The Dog:
While the Dog can be loyal, moralistic and affectionate, the negative aspects of the Dog's personality can be described as quarrelsome and fretful.
The Pig:
Patience, loyalty, sincerity and intelligence.Also take note that the Pig can also display traits such as gullibility, materialism and naive.
In Chinese Zodiac, there are 12 animals. These animals are rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, chicken, dog and pig.
Now, let's watch a video that shows us why the Chinese Zodiac was in that particular order.
The Chinese Zodiac is important in Chinese culture. The signs have been used for a very long time in a 12-years cycle in the Chinese calendar. The importance of the zodiac to the Chinese culture is that the animal signs have been used in stories and folklore. These developed the different personality traits that were represented by each animal.
Facts About The Chinese Zodiac and why we should preserve this culture.
The Monkey:
Sociable, intellectual and self-assured-that's the Monkey's personality. However, Monkeys can also be deceptive, manipulative and jealous.
The Times for the 12 Chinese Zodiac

The Horse
11 am to 1 pm. The day is flourishing with the sun high above. Other animals are lying down for a rest while the horse is still vigorous.

The Sheep
1 to 3 pm. It was said that if sheep ate grass at this time, they would grow stronger

The Monkey
3 to 5 p.m. Monkeys become more lively.

The Rooster
5 to 7 p.m. Roosters return to their roost as it is dark;

The Dog
7 to 9 pm. Dogs begin to carry out their duty to guard entrances.

The Pig
9 to 11 pm. All is quiet and pigs are sleeping soundly.

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