Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Astrology is one of the most ancient Chinese arts. Unlike Western astrology which revolves around the movement of the sun and the planets, Chinese astrology relates to the movement of the moon, which is why the Chinese New Year falls at a different time to the Western New Year. Celebrating the Chinese New Year has become a popular tradition in the West and most people are familiar with their Chinese animal sign, but how many actually know what their sign represents, how compatible it is with other signs, and how it relates to the wider and more mysterious field of Chinese divination? "Chinese Astrology" shows you, clearly, and simply, how to make accurate readings about every aspect of your life based on your date and time of birth according to the Chinese calendar. From your love life to your business prospects, and from your own personality to your compatibility with others, it offers a wealth of advice which gives invaluable insight into almost any situation. It also draws on material never before published in the West, courtesy of the Taoist Association's network of astrologers across mainland China.