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What Chinese Year of the Rabbit 2023 means for you depending on your zodiac

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With our New Year celebrations over and done with, there’s another important date in the calendar coming up at the end of this month.

Chinese New Year falls on January 22, and this year is the Year of the Rabbit – one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac.




The rabbit is said to be a symbol of prosperity and peace in Chinese culture, and it’s expected that all of the animal signs will have a “hopeful” year in 2023. However, there are some signs that will face more challenges than others, the Mirror reports.

So, here’s what this next year could bring for you based on your animal in the Chinese zodiac.

There are 12 different animals in the Chinese zodiac (Image: Getty Images)

Rabbit (born in 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, or 1999)

Anyone who was born in or is entering the Year of the Rabbit is said to have a tough 12 months.

“Fluctuations in luck” are likely this year, according to astrologers from chinesenewyear.net. This means that the highs will be very high, but with very low points too.

When it comes to your career, you could end up seeing a “dramatic boost” thanks to those around helping you.

Astrologers say 2023 should be a year of excitement and that if the Rabbit can keep an “upbeat attitude” then their positivity will attract the right powers that could positively impact their lives for the next 12 years.

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