Chinese Astrology/Rabbit and Dragon
The Rabbit and the Dragon may seem like opposites in nature, but they can add plenty to one another's lives. The Dragon is a fiery, shining character whose strength of personality can bowl over even less timid Signs than the Rabbit. The Dragon never means to be overbearing, however; it's simply in this Sign's nature to claim center stage. The Rabbit possesses great powers of compassion and perception and can understand the truth of the Dragon's heart better than could most other Signs.
As lovers these two can create a close, loving connection. The Rabbit needs plenty of support from friends and family in order to maintain emotional equilibrium; the Dragon will be happy to serve as the Rabbit's protector and a source of strength. In return the Rabbit will offer the Dragon its own form of protection -- understanding and sweet affection -- both of which the Dragon will treasure. If these two live together their home will be lovely, thanks to the Rabbit's artistic sensibility, and the Dragon can help keep track of the practical things (paying bills and so on) that tend to overwhelm the Rabbit. The Dragon can also help make life full of fun and spontaneity for the Rabbit, who loves to entertain friends but can be rather shy.
As business partners these two can make a good team, as long as they are certain to keep solid footing on the ground. The Dragon, again, is better at handling practical tasks than the Rabbit, but both these Signs are creative thinkers; together their ideas might just escalate into the realms of impossibility. Most likely it will be up to the Dragon to make sure the business maintains the balance of innovative yet practical; the Dragon will also likely naturally take the lead position in the business, which will be just fine with the Rabbit.
Remember that each year is associated not only with a Chinese Sign but also with one of the Chinese Elements -- Metal, Water, Wood, Fire or Earth. That means there's Metal Rabbits, Wood Rabbits, Fire Dragons, Earth Dragons ... Find your Element as well as your Sign and see how your Element affects your Animal nature.