Welcome 2011: the Year of the Rabbit

The Year of The Rabbit begins on February 3, 2011.

  • Jan. 25, 2011 12:00 p.m.
2011: The Year of the Metal Rabbit

2011: The Year of the Metal Rabbit

The Year of The Rabbit begins on February 3, 2011.

For fun we have written some predictions for each of the animals in the Chinese zodiac. This is just a light-hearted way to celebrate the Chinese New Year and is not meant to be serious. Rabbit years are said to be quiet, positive and inspiring, after the head long rush of 2010.

RAT 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008

The Rat in the 2011 metal rabbit year will see a lot of improvement in the general luck and wealth categories compared to the 2010 luck cycle.

In the relationship area, the male Rat will see romance blossom and there will be baby luck in 2011. Be extra careful of evil words and illicit affairs.

Your career will see advancement and you will become more creative at work.

Romance is in the stars but so is over indulgence in alcohol and womanizing. Marriage could be in the cards for the Rat.

OX 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009

Ox will face some obstacles and 2011 may not be smooth sailing.

Overall luck and fortune for the Ox will not be good and Ox will have to face a few minor problems. Cut down on all the unnecessary spending, do not gamble or speculate in the stock market. Try to obtain more knowledge and skills.

Couples should learn to be more patient with one another.

It will not be easy to find new wealth and money. Ox will have to watch out for intense business rivalry and internal personnel disagreements. Plan ahead.

Have regular medical checkups and exercise, worry less, control your anger and try to stay as happy as possible.

TIGER 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010

2011 is a good time for the Tiger to act on their ideas and seize their opportunities.

The Tiger will have a fantastic chance to make headway in 2011, the Rabbit year will favour development and progress and allow Tiger a to attain some personal achievements and fresh possibilities. From April to early July and September could see some amazing opportunities that are not to be missed. Tiger will see an overall improvement of their financial position.

Single Tiger may hear wedding bells.

To avoid falling sick go for more checkups and get take plenty of rest. Beware of water dangers outdoors.

RABBIT 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011

Rabbits will have to go through some tough times in 2011. A good tip is to avoid getting into arguments because these misunderstandings may lead to lawsuits. It is better to begin the new year by having more friends than enemies. Maintain good harmony with the people around you.

Rabbits are advised not to tread alone on their career path, make full use of team work. Make full use of your strong analytical mind.

Rabbits will not have good wealth luck in 2011, money tends to disappear easily and you must manage your finances properly, reduce spending and avoid gambling.

Be aware of accidents, drive carefully and stay away from risky games and dangerous sports..

DRAGON 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000

The Dragons will have better wealth luck, better health and better career star in their path the Year of the Rabbit.

Be careful when going into new ventures as there will always be unpredictable risk.

The career star in 2011 for the dragons will shine brightly, and it is a good time for entrepreneurs. There may be promotions, monetary benefits as well as fame. Dragons must not be arrogant.

Dragons will see their health greatly improved in the metal Rabbit year but they have to watch their diet and hygiene. Eat healthier food and exercise on a regular basis. The Dragon may face some danger in water sports. Couples will likely have a good time together.

SNAKE 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001

The Snake will have to stay alert in 2011. The wealth and health luck for the Snake will not shine brightly.

The Snake is advised to take good care of their finances and health. Snake must relax and try not to get stressed too easily in order to stay healthy. Keep track of your spending to prevent your money from being wasted. You should not gamble and think of all the risks involved in investment. Grab the chance to meet new business contacts to expand your business. The working Snake must have a positive attitude at the office. The Snake person has to guard against break-ins.

HORSE 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002

2011 will be good and luck will tend to favour the Horse in the Metal Rabbit Year. Horse must keep an eye out for an evil star which is lurking nearby.

Horse may be a target for scams and it is vital to differentiate between friends and enemies. Do not be overconfident and always keep a lookout for the unexpected. There may be some gambling luck.

For business success interact with your employees. Horse must be careful with their words and stay away from affairs. Horses may get married in 2011. Drive carefully and watch your health.

GOAT 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015

The Goat will have good wealth luck in 2011 if they make wise investments. Goat may face some obstacles and problems in 2011. Beware of problems and potential lawsuits at the office. Be careful of your words and actions and remain cautious.

Watch your money carefully and try not to be greedy.

Goats will find themselves surrounded by friends of the opposite sex and single Goat can make new friends. Stay away from illicit affairs. Your body tends to be weak and you may fall ill, be careful when handling sharp objects. Goat should stay clear of sports or activities related to water. Keep an eye on the health of the young and the elderly at home.

MONKEY 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004

2011 will bring many happy moments for the Monkey. Since Monkeys are known to be intelligent, they will most likely enjoy good career developments. The Monkey will sometimes achieve their aims quicker because they are seen to be more cunning, crafty and occasionally dishonest. Monkey needs to listen to others and address this negative aspect.

Monkey will have good wealth luck because of their diverse talents that could bring in more income in the metal rabbit year.

ROOSTER 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005

2011 will be a challenging year for the Rooster, with poor luck in business, career, health and wealth. Obstacles need to be overcome before things can start to improve. Avoid getting mixed up in scandals and gossips.

There may be poor wealth luck, guard your valuables. Do not overspend. There may be tough times ahead in your relationship with loved ones. The Rooster needs to be more tolerant and must focus on the bigger picture to avoid missing an opportunity.

The health of the Rooster will be generally good. Be proactive to find a suitable partner.

DOG 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018

Dogs are likely to achieve success in 2011 because they are a good judge of character. This will allow them to find good business partners.

The social activity of the Dog appears to be low profile because they do not like to attend large functions. The quick-witted Dog will allow them to achieve some positive developments in 2011 but one negative aspect of the Dog is that they have a temper that may sometimes bring them troubles. The Dog must also try to worry less whereby most often, their worries are totally unnecessary.

PIG 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007

When facing issues in 2011, the Pig must remain calm and composed to ensure success.

Be on guard against people who are trying to create problems. Compassion is better than direct confrontation.

The wealth luck for Pig in 2011 is weak. In order to conserve your money the Pig must try to cut down their expenditures and try to save money. Getting into debt should be avoided.

Some relationships will see problems arise and your character will be tested by possible scandals and gossip.

Watch over your health in the rabbit year as there are more chances of you falling sick when you are tired. Do not overwork and stay happy to avoid from falling ill.

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