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What’s your year? Chinese Horoscopes revealed…

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2012 is  the Chinese year of the Dragon. So we thought it would be a little bit of fun to look at the team in the Leeds office to see if we could shine any light on their characters.

Ox – Richard

Oxen are often said to be born leaders, who are believed to inspire confidence in those around them. However, they can sometimes be very demanding.

Rooster – Gemma

The Rooster is often an individual thought to be very hard-working and dedicated. They are not afraid to speak their minds and can therefore sometimes come across as boastful.

Rat – Stephen

Generous to those they love, Rats can be very  imaginative and charming although they do sometimes have a tendency to be quick-tempered and over-critical.

Dog – Mel

Dogs are honest and faithful to those they love however they often worry far too much which can lead to finding faults in others.

Dragon – Paul, Fiona, Karl and Rosie

With a zest for life and enthusiasm, Dragons are often very popular individuals, with a reputation for being fun-loving.

What’s your Chinese Zodiac sign?

Does it describe you perfectly, or is it off the mark? Let us know in the comments.

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