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The Chinese have a history of being spiritual. What do they believe in? You will find out within these links.

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Learn more about the most practiced religion in China.

Kuan Yin - The Divine Goddess of Mercy star
Kuan Yin is the Chinese Goddess of mercy, compassion, protection of women and children, childbearing, and more. But she was not always a Goddess. Find out how she became one of the most revered deities in Chinese history.

The Dog In Chinese Astrology star
Explore the Chinese astrological system and the 12 signs (animals) according to this system. In Chinese Culture, it's believed that the animal signs are very powerful and effective in a person's life. It may even determined the destiny of this person.

The Dragon in Chinese Astrology star
Chinese astrology is different than the Western astrology. According to Chinese Astrology, a person's destiny can be determined by the positions of the planets at the time of birth and Zodiac sign.

The Horse in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs. This last feature is similar to Western and Indian astrology while the way of living is influenced by eastern philosophy, with its connec

The Monkey in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs. This last feature is similar to Western and Indian astrology while the way of living is influenced by eastern philosophy.

The Ox in Chinese Astrology star
Chinese Astrology differs from Western Astrology. It's believed that one's destiny is determined according to his sign. This article is about the people who are born under the year Ox.

The Pig in Chinese Astrology star
In Chinese culture, the Pig is related to fertility and itís believed that children born in the year of the Pig would be very lucky and happy for the rest of their lives.

The Rabbit in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs. This week's article is about the Rabbit.

The Rat in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs.

The Rooster in Chinese Astrology star
Explore the Chinese astrological system and the 12 signs (animals) according to this system. In Chinese Culture, it's believed that the animal signs are very powerful and effective in a person's life. It may even determined the destiny of this person.

The Sheep in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs. In this article, the Sheep in Chinese Zodiac is explained.

The Snake in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs. In this article, the Snake in Chinese Zodiac is explained.

The Tiger in Chinese Astrology star
The Chinese astrological system is the oldest of its kind. It is based on traditional astrology and the lunar calendar and it differentiates people into 12 signs. This week's article is about the Tiger.

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