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Chinese Lunar New Year

What Animal Hides in Your Heart

  • The Chinese New Year begins each year on the second new moon after the winter solstice.
  • The Chinese use a lunar calendar as opposed to our own Gregorian calendar.
  • Learn more about the history and legend of the Chinese New Year.
If you were born on or
between these dates you are:

Zodiac Animal
and Characteristic

2014 January 31
2015 February 17
2013 February 10
2014 January 30
2012 January 23
2013 February 9
2011 February 3
2012 January 22
2010 February 14
2011 February 2
2009 January 26
2010 February 13
2008 February 7
2009 January 25



2007 February 18
2008 February 6
2006 January 29
2007 February 17
2005 February 9
2006 January 28
2004 January 22
2005 February 8
2003 February 1
2004 January 21
2002 February 12
2003 January 31
2001 January 24
2002 February 11
2000 February 5
2001 January 23
1999 February 16
2000 February 4
1998 January 28
1999 February 15
1997 February 7
1998 January 27
1996 February 19
1997 February 6



1995 January 31
1996 February 18
1994 February 10
1995 January 30
1993 January 23
1994 February 9
1992 February 4
1993 January 22
1991 February 15
1992 February 3
1990 January 27
1991 February 14
1989 February 6
1990 January 26
1988 February 17
1989 February 5
1987 January 29
1988 February 16
1986 February 9
1987 January 28
1985 February 20
1986 February 8
1984 February 2
1985 February 19



1983 February 13
1984 February 1
1982 January 25
1983 February 12
1981 February 5
1982 January 24
1980 February 16
1981 February 4
1979 January 28
1980 February 15
1978 February 7
1979 January 27
1977 February 18
1978 February 6
1976 January 31
1977 February 17
1975 February 11
1976 January 30
1974 January 23
1975 February 10
1973 February 3
1974 January 22
1972 January 16
1973 February 2



1971 January 27
1972 January 15
1970 February 6
1971 January 26
1969 February 17
1970 February 5
1968 January 30
1969 February 16
1967 February 9
1968 January 29
1966 January 21
1967 February 8
1965 February 2
1966 January 20
1964 February 13
1965 February 1
1963 January 25
1964 February 12
1962 February 5
1963 January 24
1961 February 15
1962 February 4
1960 January 28
1961 February 14



1959 February 8
1960 January 27
1958 February 18
1959 February 7
1957 January 31
1958 February 17
1956 February 12
1957 January 30
1955 January 24
1956 February 11
1954 February 3
1955 January 23
1953 February 14
1954 February 2
1952 January 27
1953 February 13
1951 February 6
1952 January 26
1950 February 17
1951 February 5
1949 January 29
1950 February 16
1948 February 10
1949 January 28



1947 January 22
1948 February 9
1946 February 2
1947 January 21
1945 February 13
1946 February 1
1944 January 25
1945 February 12
1943 February 5
1944 January 24
1942 February 15
1943 February 4
1941 January 27
1942 February 14
1940 February 8
1941 January 26
1939 February 19
1940 February 7
1938 January 31
1939 February 18
1937 February 11
1938 January 30
1936 January 24
1937 February 10



1935 February 4
1936 January 23
1934 February 14
1935 February 3
1933 January 26
1934 February 13
1932 February 6
1933 January 25
1931 February 17
1932 February 5
1930 January 30
1931 February 16
1929 February 10
1930 January 29
1928 January 23
1929 February 9
1927 February 2
1928 January 22
1926 Februry 13
1927 February 1
1925 January 25
1926 February 12
1924 February 5
1925 January 24



1923 February 16
1924 February 4
1922 January 28
1923 February 15
1921 February 8
1922 January 27
1920 February 20
1921 February 7
1919 February 1
1920 February 19
1918 February 11
1919 January 31
1917 January 23
1918 February 10
1916 February 3
1917 January 22
1915 February 14
1916 February 2
1914 January 26
1915 February 13
1913 February 6
1914 January 25
1912 February 18
1913 February 5


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