Chinese Astrology

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Asiapac, Jan 1, 1996 - Astrology, Chinese - 215 pages
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Why is the Dragon year so popular with married couples who plan to have children? Are people born in the Year of the Pig as lazy as what the animal is usually thought to be? This guide by Sherman Tai is made more interesting by the lively illustrations by Leow Yong Shin. The Chinese art of divination using the 12 signs has intrigued many for centuries. It is one of life's great mysteries in that some of the predictions can be remarkably accurate. Read this guide with an open mind and use it to chart your course of action for each of the next 12 years.

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While the cartoons can be a useful way to learn the personality types, I've found an error in the tables. I haven't bothered to check the whole book, but on page 37 for the Tiger years, the elements are wrong. 1974 is a Wood Tiger year. I've looked it up in a number of other sources.

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