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“This book has stood the test of time”
The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes remains the definitive, classic work on this fascinating subject, artfully combining the Eastern lunar calendar with Western solar-based astrology. Written by renowned astrologers Theodora Lau and Laura Lau, co-authors of Wedding Feng Shui, this seventh edition of The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes has been fully revised and updated, offering readers a fascinating and unique melding of Eastern and Western philosophies.
“This book has stood the test of time” Prediction Magazine
The definitive book on Chinese astrology—now in an updated seventh edition
Do you know which of the twelve animal signs you are? How "the animal that hides in your heart" influences your outlook on life and your relationships with others? What happens in your chart when your Eastern moon sign meets your Western sun sign?
For more than thirty years, The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes has remained the classic work on the topic, artfully combining the Eastern lunar calendar with Western solar-based astrology. You'll discover how the five elements, four seasons, and the ascendant sign based on the hour of your birth can all affect your personality. Look to the future and see how you are likely to fare in the upcoming years. Read about the 144 marriage combinations to better understand the relationships between the twelve lunar signs. Featuring all-new lunar forecasts for the years to come, this revised edition will delight seasoned astrologers and interested novices alike, as the classic work has for decades.
About the Author
Theodora Lau, a leading authority on Chinese horoscopes, is the author of The Chinese Horoscopes Guide to Relationships
and Chinese Horoscopes for Your Child
. She is also the coauthor of The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes
and Best-Loved Chinese Proverbs
Laura Lau is the coauthor of The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes and Best-Loved Chinese Proverbs. She is the daughter of Kenneth and Theodora Lau, and she earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley. Laura splits her time between Asia and California with her husband.