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The Chinese Zodiac, also known as the Zodiac, is the twelve species of animals in China and the twelve territories that were born to people. They include rats, cows, tigers, rabbits, dragons, snakes, horses, sheep, monkeys, chickens, dogs, and pigs.
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The origin of the zodiac is related to animal worship. According to the Qin Dynasty unearthed in Hubei Yunmeng Shuihudi and Tianshui Fangmatan, it can be seen that there is a relatively complete zodiac system in the pre-Qin period. The handed down document that records the same zodiac signs as the earliest records of modern times is the “Lun Heng” of Wang Hanchong of the Eastern Han Dynasty.
The Zodiac is the visual representative of the Twelve Earthlies, namely, Son (Mouse), Ugly (Cattle), Dragonfly (Tiger), Dragonfly (Rabbit), Chen (Dragon), Dragonfly (Snake), Horse (M), and Not ( Sheep, Shen (monkey), cockroach (chicken), cockroach (dog), and Hai (pig) are gradually integrated into the concept of folk beliefs that are consistent with each other along with the development of history. They are expressed in marriage, life, and year-end, etc. The Chinese zodiac has rich legends and forms a system of conceptual interpretation. It has become a philosophical image in folk culture, such as the matrimonial phase of the marriage, the temple prayer, and the year of birth.
In modern times, more people regard the zodiac as the mascot of the Spring Festival and become a symbol of entertainment and cultural activities.
As a symbol of long-standing folk culture, the zodiac has left a large number of poems, spring scrolls, paintings, paintings, and folk crafts depicting the image and symbolism of the zodiac. In addition to China, many countries around the world issue zodiac stamps during the Spring Festival to express their wishes for the Chinese New Year.
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