February 8, 2013
Chinese New Year: The Year of the Snake

The Chinese New Year begins on Sunday! It’s the Year of the Snake, according to Chinese Zodiac. The Chinese believe that the animal who rules the year that you were born has an impact on your life and personality, saying it is the animal that “hides in your heart.” People born under the Year of the Snake are said to be contemplative and private, deep thinkers and wise, cunning and proud. They make a good ally but a fierce rival. Learn about the Chinese New Year and the beliefs surrounding the Zodiac signs here: http://www.history.com/topics/chinese-new-year

 

In February and March, Indiana Humanities is exploring the topic of “rivalry,” as part of its Spirit of Competition theme.

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