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Snake Chinese Zodiac

By: Gail Leino

People born in the year of the snake are thought of as being charismatic, cunning, and always charming. They often take leadership roles in society as adults including politicians, clergy, professors, and other community leaders because they follow their own thoughts and instincts and rarely follow the views or actions of others.

On a negative side of things, individuals born under the sign of the Snake Chinese Zodiac are often controlling and strict. They make no allowance for breaking trust, meaning if someone breaks their trust there is no ability to regain it. On a positive note, however, Individuals born under the Snake Chinese Zodiac appreciate good music, good food, the arts, and of course, good company. They are able to make do with just about any amount of income with little worry or thought to those things they “wish they had.”

Individuals born of the Snake Chinese Zodiac sign generally also have a good sense of humor and will maintain a positive environment, especially in an otherwise stressful work environment. They are deep thinkers, careful planners, and they tend to speak only after carefully thinking first. Snakes can be possessive, they like to control, and at times they go from being very talkative and persuasive to almost mute. They like to plan their next move and often plan their life early on and stick to the plan.

As with their namesakes, people born of the Snake Chinese Zodiac sign will face life fearlessly and elude those that would harm or capture them. Snakes are the most compatible with those individuals born in under the sign of the Rooster Chinese Zodiac when considering love and interpersonal relationships. Snakes can form strong business and professional ties with both the
Ox and the Dragon and the Rat to a lesser extent. The Snake Chinese Zodiac is the sign for individuals who were born in 1905, 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989 and 2001.

About the Author

Mrs. Party... Gail Leino takes a common sense approach to planning and organizing events, celebrations and holiday parties with unique ideas for birthday party supplies and fun free educational party games. She explains proper etiquette and living a healthy life while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts. The Party Supplies Hut has lots of party ideas with hundreds of free coloring sheets, printable games, and free birthday party activities. What is your Chinese zodiac sign? Find out more info and get Chinese Zodiac Party Supplies for holidays, birthdays and special events.