Cel­e­brateC the Year of the Horse

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The Chi­nese Zo­diac uses 12 an­i­mal signs to pre­dict peo­ple’s for­tunes, with ev­ery per­son la­belled ei­ther a Rat,R Cow, Tiger, Rab­bit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Mon­key,M Chicken, Dog or Pig depend­ing on the year heyh were born. Ac­cord­ing to the Chi­nese Zo­diac, 2014 s the Year of the Horse - with the year be­gin­ning on Jan­uaryJ 31, 2014 (the Lu­nar New Year / Spring Fes­ti­valF of China) and fin­ish­ing on Fe­bru­ary 18, 2015. Strengths Peo­ple born in the Year of the Horse have in­ge­nious om­mu­ni­cat­ing tech­niques and in their com­mu­nity hey al­ways want to be in the lime­light. They are lever, kind to oth­ers and like to be in­volved in ven­turev (risky) ca­reers. Al­though they some­times talk ooo much, they are cheer­ful, per­cep­tive, tal­ented and earthy but stub­born. They like en­ter­tain­ment and argea crowds. They are pop­u­lar among friends, ac­tive at work and refuse to be rec­on­ciled to fail­ure, al­though their en­deav­ours can­not last in­def­i­nitely. Weak­nesses Peo­ple born in the Year of the Horse can­not bear too much con­straint and their in­ter­est may be only su­per­fi­cial and lack­ing real sub­stance. They are usu­ally im­pa­tient and hot blooded about ev­ery­thing other than their daily work. They are in­de­pen­dent and rarely lis­ten to ad­vice. Fail­ure may re­sult in pes­simism. They usu­ally have strong en­durance but with a bad tem­per. Flam­boy­ant by na­ture, they are waste­ful and are of­ten not good with mat­ters of fi­nance due to a lack of bud­getary ef­fi­ciency. Some of those born in the year of the horse like to move in glam­orous cir­cles while pur­su­ing high pro­file ca­reers. They tend to in­ter­fere in many things and fre­quently fail to fin­ish projects of their own.

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