Chinese New Year 2023: What is the Chinese New Year Animal in 2023?

Chinese New Year is the annual holiday that celebrates the beginning of the new year in the traditional Chinese calendar.

The Chinese horoscope, which classifies people according to their year of birth, is based on the lunar calendar and is fed by 28 constellations and takes 60 years to complete a cycle.

The Chinese New Year begins with the rising of the second new moon after the winter solstice, notes El Comercio.

What is the Chinese New Year Animal in 2023?

The dates of the Chinese New Year are variable, but always fall between January 21 and February 20. This Chinese New Year starts on Sunday, January 22 and ends on February 9, 2024 and is represented by the Rabbit.

The Water Rabbit takes over from the Water Tiger, and symbolizes, among other things: vigilance, wit and quick mind. The birth years corresponding to this sign are: 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011 and 2023.

According to El Comercio, those born under the rabbit sign will be the protagonists and the future of the others will depend on them.

Likewise, it indicates that this Chinese Year 2023 will affect rabbits born in 1963, having lived a full sixty-year cycle.

Also to the rabbits of 1927 and those of 1987, they will have to reflect on their lives and analyze what is really indispensable to them or what no longer adds to them.

While, to the rest of the rabbits, this year will serve them to learn not to let themselves be exploited and they could even become examples to follow.

The personality of the Rabbit sign

People born in the year of the Rabbit with the water element are friendly and kind par excellence. They are also adaptable to any condition, although they also tend to be very influenced by others due to their weak mentality, notes La Nacion.