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Yearly forecast 2023 - Chinese New Year - Year of the Rabbit! (KF)

 The Year of the Rabbit!

Your Chinese Horoscope for 2023 – distributed by Auspac Media by Neil Somerville.

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The Year of the Rabbit offers considerable scope, particularly as world leaders explore ways forward. It is a time favouring diplomacy and negotiation as well as in bringing significant advances for the benefit of mankind.

For the individual, the Rabbit year is also a good one to consider making positive changes to lifestyle and for personal growth but chances do need to be taken. As George Eliot, born under the sign of the Rabbit, noted, ‘It’s them that take advantage that get advantage in this world.’

To discover your prospects, look up the animal ruling your year of birth. As each Chinese year begins late in January or early February, if you were born around this time check the actual year dates to find out which sign you were born under.


1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020

With charm, style and a friendly manner, Rats get on well with most. They are great at spotting opportunities and have good skills and judgment. Rats like company and particularly value family and social life.

An interesting year ahead and, throughout, Rats will find it best to work steadily towards plans and aims. This is not a year for rush or risk. In work, Rats should make the most of experience and build on strengths. With purpose, useful progress can be made with many enhancing reputation and prospects. For those seeking, persistence will many times be rewarded with potentially significant openings found. In money matters Rats need to remain disciplined and watch outgoings. Domestically this will be a busy year including notable family events and possible celebrations. Home projects could also satisfy but Rats do need to consult and remain mindful of others. This is not a year to be too dogmatic with good communication the key. Social life promises much activity with good chances to extend social circle. Rabbit years also favour personal development and Rats could get considerable pleasure by extending interests, setting themselves projects or taking up something new. Again much good can follow on from positive action taken. Overall, a pleasing year but it does require application and using time and chances as well. 

Tip for the year: Show patience, liaise well with others and look to develop self. What is undertaken can help the present as well as later prospects.


1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021

Determined, reliable and hard-working, Oxen put much energy into what they do. They are thorough and well-organised and do not like to leave things to chance. Loyal to loved ones, Oxen are admired for their dependable, no-nonsense ways.

A promising year ahead and, by making the most of chances and arising situations, much can be accomplished. In work the Oxen’s skills and experience will often be recognised giving chance for many to progress or take on new challenges. This is not a year to stand still and, when opportunities occur, Oxen should act quickly. Initiative will lead to many making substantial headway. Progress can help financially although Oxen should stay vigilant and be wary of risks or informal undertakings. Personal life will be active with romance and new friendships favoured. Interests too can reward and open up additional possibilities, including social. Home life will be busy with many engaged on new projects and sharing activities with loved ones. Again much can go ahead with Oxen grateful for support and encouragement received. However, there will also be occasions for Oxen to reciprocate, particularly in assisting another with a decision or difficult dilemma. Here their practical nature can come into its own. Overall a constructive year encouraging Oxen to progress and enjoy some well-deserved success.

Tip for the year: Seize the initiative and make strengths count. There are good chances to be had. Also value relations with others for those around can help make this year special.


Author: Neil Somerville

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