Rat (zodiac)

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  2. "Chinese New Year" . Retrieved 9 June 2017.
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  4. Wu, Zhonxian and Karin Wu (2014, 2016). Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches:TianGan DiZhi. London and Philadelphia: Singing Dragon, ISBN   978-1-84819-208-9, 25-28 and 98
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  7. Alston, Isabella and Kathryn Dixon (2014). Chinese Zodiac. (China: TAJ Books International) ISBN   978-1-84406-246-1, pp. 14-15
  8. numerous sources for this can be easily found on the World Wide Web (many of them of a commercial nature), or in books such as Wu, Shelly (2005). Chinese Astrology. Pompton Plains, New Jersey: Career Press. ISBN   978-1-56414-796-7, p. 29
  9. "Japanese Zodiac Signs and Symbols". japanesezodiac.org/. 5 January 2012. Retrieved 24 March 2020.
  10. Lary, Diana (2022). China's grandmothers : gender, family, and aging from late Qing to twenty-first century. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. p. 37. ISBN   978-1-009-06478-1. OCLC   1292532755.

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"Rat" in regular Chinese characters