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Chinese horoscopes are based on a calendar known as a lunisolar calendar, where the months are in fact lunar months. This means that the beginning of a month is the first day of the new Moon and the fifteenth day is the day of the Full Moon. Chinese astrology is also based on twelve Chinese animals rotating annually, compared with western astrological signs, which are each based on one month. These animals are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and the pig, each having an important influence on our destiny. Don't delay! Find out yours today!