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Chinese Zodiac Sign: Dragon

Years: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012

The Sign of Dragon is the symbol of force and power. It is the mightiest of all the twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. Being chosen as an imperial symbol to represent the Emperors in Chinese culture, it symbolized power and wealth. Being born thinking they are perfect, dragons prefer to live by their own rules. They are idealists and perfectionists, often inflexible and egoistical. Dragons also possess a mystical way of luck.

Chinese Zodiac Sign: Dragon - Characteristics

People born in the Year of the Dragon are intelligent, energetic, confident, and full of vitality and enthusiasm. They are decisive, lucky and have the ability to ultimately come out of difficult situations. They are brave and often like to put themselves in protector situation, but sometime could lead to unduly demanding on others. They are often too ego to show others the way and forget to solicit opinions and ideas from others, and they rarely ask for help. Though enjoy being in the center stage, dragons have passionate and charitable sides to their personalities.

Dragons are ambitious, driven, and unafraid of taking challenges. They are gifted, intelligent, compelling, sentimental, accomplished, and generous. Being bright, determined, powerful, and lucky, they can achieve a success wherever they go. Dragon possess passion and enthusiasm, and they like to pursue their goals.

People born in the Dragon year are passionate, they are often loved and also blind to the faults of their love ones. Women born under the Dragon Sign are often surrounded by admirers demanded in marriage. However, romance often does not last. The needs for constant attention and admiration will spoil their relationships and create a series of highs and lows in their love life. The unsatisfactory love life may lead to a string of loves and marriages. There are also one type of Dragon lovers who fall in love and commit themselves to a long term serious relationship when they are fairly young, while other types could be loners that keep on searching. Dragons need a partner who would admire them and give them room to express, yet not threatened by Dragons’ irritable, stubborn, and independent personality.

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