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My Chinese/Western Zodiac combinations are: Aries/Rat. Rat/Mouse is Nezumi in Japanese. Hence, Saigon Nezumi, the name of my blog. My element is Water hence I am also known as a Water Rat.
Learn more about Aries/Rats(Nezumis):
ARIES RAT: An Aries Rat is resourceful and therefore relies on no one. They often are the source of new and wonderful ideas, destined for greatness. Usually passive, when faced with an obstacle, they become quite assertive, even bordering on aggressive.
Suzanne White’s Description of Aries/Rat:
Aries/Rat is the cleverest, wiliest and most loquacious of Aries alive. Rats are sociable. Aries are affable. Put the two together and you come up with personality plus. Blend the Rat’s inimitable charisma with the dauntless self-assurance of Aries and you concoct yourself a winner. In bed? This go-getting person really delivers! He is no stranger to tender caresses and yet, the Aries/Rat fairly sizzles with raw passion. When he begins making love…
Year of the Rat:
Rats are said to be imaginative, charming and very generous to those they love – although they do have a tendency to be quick-tempered and over-critical. They are supposed to make good writers, critics and publicists.
These are secure, bold, go-getting people who cannot pass on a challenge. Approachable and captivating, Aries Rats can also be short-tempered and touchy, especially with those who can’t keep up.
Aries and the Rat Chinese Zodiac sign
You’re likely to be a Rat with ambition involving big plans. Chances are you won’t be happy remaining where you are for too long a time. Aries gives you the push to embark on new projects but not the determination to finish all of them. Likewise, you probably attack problems with vigor but then tend to back down if they are not resolved relatively quickly. This may have less to do with a lack of fighting spirit and more to Aries’ short attention span. It also enhances your straightforward approach, tendency to be careless with details, and your domineering side.
Rats are famous for their quick silver tongue and their ‘accumulate and save’ mentality.Their natural charm and sharp, funny demeanor make them an appealing friend for almost anyone.
Below their apparent charm, Rats are keen and unapologetic promoters of their own agendas. Self-interest is the true motivator for rats. Greed can become a problem if the Rat isn’t careful to keep his/her priorities straight.
Their materialistic attitude notwithstanding,Rats often go out of their way to protect and encourage their inner circle of friends and family members.
The outside world might perceive rats as quick-tempered and sharp-tongued, but never boorish .Rats are a Sign that everyone around will quickly learn either to love or to hate.
Intellectually, the Rat’s keen mind always seeks out new knowledge, to be stored away for future use. This ever-curious Sign also welcomes challenges as a way to stay sharp.
A valuable lesson for Rats is to learn to consider others above themselves, at least sometimes. If they can develop their sense of self and realize it leaves room for others in their life as well, Rats could find true happiness.
Water Rat – comes Yang Water. Water Rats tend to be adept at public relations than other Rats, highly intelligent and alarmingly perceptive, motivated by understanding and education, opportunistic and promiscuous representative of the Water Element.
WATER RAT Astrology
Feb 18, 1912 to Feb 5, 1913
Feb 15, 1972 to Feb 2, 1973
People who come under the Chinese water rat are very charming and smart people. They are perfectionist and leadership comes naturally top them. Water rats also have a soft side under their firm exteriors. They act as humanitarian fighters bringing happiness and smiles into other people’s lives. They are loyal and sincere and make very good friends. People who come under this Chinese astrology are generally very good in their career, but they need to balance their spending habits. They don’t take their love life casually and commit themselves completely once they fall in love.
Learn about my Asian Animal Sign, the Rat (Nezumi):