Chinese years of the Water Dragon 1952 and 2012
Rabit personality traits
Proud, lively and lucky with tremendous selfconfidence. Intelligent and quick to take advantage of any opportunities which occur.
Outwardly calm and reflective, you have an active temperament which ensures you are always on the move. Interested in humanist and social issues, you will seek to improve the lot of others by practical means.
Dragons are ambitious and will do well in almost anything. A perfectionist with high standards for all, including themselves they donot suffer fools gladly. Blunt with a tendency to be a little lacking in tact, nevertheless, someone that others can rely on to do the job properly - even if it takes longer than usual.
All dragons enjoy the limelight and with a sense of the dramatic and plenty of energy. They live for the moment, not really thinking out the consequences of their actions, but expecting others to pick up the pieces, after they have gone on their merry way. Strong-willed and independent they rely on your own judgement, disregarding others' advice, often to their detriment. Trusting and honest, but with a need for others to understand they have quite a lot of pride and can become bitter if they feel taken for a ride.
The Monkey would amuse them with his tricks and they admire the Rooster's flamboyant and colourful character, as long as he did not detract from their own desire to be impressive. Rats adore dragons and there is mutual admiration with the Tiger. Rabbits have such impeccable manners that who can fail to be impressed. However, dragons do not have an easy time with Oxen or Dogs as they are too mundane for dragon tastes, and dragons are too exciting for them.
A pair of Dragons will light up the sky with fireworks - full of excitement and light and colour - but quickly extinguished if neither one gives way..