Top 10 Best Chinese Zodiac Signs

The Top Ten
1 Dragon The Dragon is a symbol of power, strength, and good luck in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Dragon are said to be confident, ambitious, and energetic. They tend to be natural leaders and are often successful in their careers. However, they can also be stubborn and have a quick temper.

Apparently, my sun sign (Aries) is the western zodiac equivalent of Dragon, just nowhere near as awesome.

Relies on imagination and mental command. Most resplendent.

Dragons are the most clever, smart, and powerful of them all.

2 Snake The Snake is a symbol of wisdom, intuition, and intelligence in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Snake are said to be analytical, resourceful, and calm under pressure. They tend to be deep thinkers and are often successful in fields that require research or investigation. However, they can also be secretive and suspicious.

In Chinese culture, they're known as the little dragons. My mom is a dragon, so that's why I think it fits me perfectly!

Snakes are the best! My zodiac sign isn't a snake. It's a rat, but my spirit animal is a snake. They're also my favorite animals. Go snakes!

Snake is the Virgo of the Chinese zodiac, which fits me perfectly since I'm a snake.

3 Tiger The Tiger is a symbol of courage, strength, and power in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Tiger are said to be bold, adventurous, and confident. They tend to be natural leaders and are often successful in their careers. However, they can also be impulsive and have a tendency to take risks.

Powerful lone hunter, defiant, perhaps overly so.

4 Rabbit The Rabbit is a symbol of kindness, compassion, and creativity in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Rabbit are said to be gentle, sensitive, and artistic. They tend to be good listeners and have a talent for making others feel comfortable. However, they can also be indecisive and avoid conflict.

Caught between Tiger and Dragon - a strong-willed animal, flighty, sensitive, joyful yet adamant. Enlightened Rabbits are one of the top 60.

Rabbits are kindhearted people and good company.

I'm just doing this for my favorite animal. My zodiac sign is Pisces, but... I'm a goat. Rabbits are shy people but very kind and good.

5 Pig The Pig is a symbol of generosity, honesty, and abundance in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Pig are said to be loyal, kind, and hardworking. They tend to be good with money and enjoy the finer things in life. However, they can also be naive and easily influenced by others.

I'm a pig myself, so... yeah. Golden Pig (February 19, 2007). In my opinion, I'm quite obnoxious and bossy. I can be really greedy and think of myself before others. I'm not the brightest of the lot but more independent and interesting.

Definitely funny and good company as long as you are worthy of us pigs! We really like to be first although we aren't. We are also very competitive and stubborn. I don't forgive easily either. I would rather take revenge than forgive... not the best choice, but that's who I am.

The Gatekeeper - the last to tell if the cycle will repeat.

6 Monkey The Monkey is a symbol of intelligence, curiosity, and mischief in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Monkey are said to be clever, inventive, and playful. They tend to be good at problem-solving and are often successful in fields that require creativity. However, they can also be mischievous and easily bored.

Monkeys are imaginative and curious.

They are the most independent and smartest zodiac sign I have ever seen.

7 Dog The Dog is a symbol of loyalty, honesty, and protection in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Dog are said to be dependable, loyal, and protective of their loved ones. They tend to be good listeners and are often successful in fields that require compassion. However, they can also be stubborn and have a tendency to worry.

So underrated. A playful dog makes a great friend.

Dogs are loyal, kind, and honest.

8 Rooster The Rooster is a symbol of confidence, pride, and honesty in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Rooster are said to be confident, intelligent, and hardworking. They tend to be detail-oriented and are often successful in fields that require precision. However, they can also be critical and have a tendency to micromanage.

That's mine. My other zodiac sign is Aries. I'm happy with that, but I'm not saying there aren't better signs. They're all great and interesting in their own way.

They really know how to start an adventure, truly a wonderful sign. They secretly care about others a lot too and want to help them. They're always honest and brave.

Roosters are always really pretty and smart. Usually really adventurous.

9 Goat The Goat is the eighth sign of the Chinese zodiac, representing kindness, creativity, and intelligence. Those born in the Year of the Goat are often gentle, empathetic, and artistic, and they value harmony and peace in their relationships. They are also known for their good taste and love of beauty.

Goats are mesmerizing! Our beauty and intelligence are what take us far in life. It's when we rely on others that it brings us down.

Honestly the best Chinese zodiac sign. I think people underestimate goats. They are the most generous sign and very strong!

10 Horse The Horse is the seventh sign of the Chinese zodiac, representing freedom, adventure, and energy. Those born in the Year of the Horse are often independent, strong-willed, and passionate, and they enjoy exploring new places and experiencing new things. They are also known for their loyalty and honesty.

Powerful and innately regal. Not a hunter but athletic.

The Contenders
11 Ox The Ox is a symbol of stability, strength, and determination in Chinese culture. People born in the year of the Ox are said to be dependable, hardworking, and honest. They tend to be good at planning and are often successful in their careers. However, they can also be stubborn and have a tendency to hold grudges.
12 Rat The Rat is the first sign of the Chinese zodiac, representing intelligence, adaptability, and resourcefulness. Those born in the Year of the Rat are often clever, charming, and quick-witted, and they have a knack for finding opportunities and solving problems. They are also known for their ambition and love of competition.

I do not know why rats are at the last because they are some of the most successful zodiacs.

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