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Find out if your partnership will go all the way. Some Chinese signs naturally work well together, but others need to compromise to make it work!select your Chinese Sign, do the same for your partners Chinese sign, then click 'Get Your Compatibility' and you'll get a compatibility report
This is the Chinese version of our Western astrology so it compares Rats with Rooster etc... Not Pisces with Aries as you can find it in Love Compatibility!
Don't forget this is just like the Western Astrology this also is only taking two signs for comparison but in reality all planets aspects need to be taken into consideration for proper analysis, the same holds true for Eastern Chinese astrology also. If Your score is out of 10... best of luck! If you are not sure of your actual Chinese sign then goto  Chinese Zodiac Signs to easily find out...


Image description Aleksandr Ostrovsky 12 April, 1823

Aleksandr Ostrovsky Born: April 12, 1823. Birthplace: Moscow, Russian Empire. Zodiac Sign: Aries. Died: June 14, 1886 (aged 63). The Russian playwright Aleksandr Ostrovsky was well-known for representing Russian life in the middle of the 19th century, which was noted for its authenticity and level of detail. The career of Ostrovsky, which lasted over four decades and resulted in the production of more than fifty plays, is widely acknowledged as a critical figure in the realm of Russian realism in theater. The urban merchant and industrial working classes were the primary subjects of their attention in his writings. Through his encounters with members of the merchant class and his experiences working in the judicial system, he conveyed, in a realistic manner, the moral conundrums and social inconsistencies that these groups were confronted with. Love, morality, and the quest for riches are some of the topics that are explored in his essential works, such as The Storm (1859), Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man (1869), and The Forest (1871). Ostrovsky won the affection of the intellectual and artistic societies even though he was contentious within the conservative groups in his historical period. Ostrovsky's fairy tale drama, The Snow Maiden (1873), was adapted into an opera by the renowned composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1882. This further solidified Ostrovsky's position as a significant figure in the annals of Russian creative history. Ostrovsky was first given the position of artistic director of the Maly Theater in Moscow in the year 1874. He served in this capacity for a decade until his health began to deteriorate significantly. During his time in office, he was a strong advocate for the professionalization of performers and the standardization of theatrical procedures, which has left an indelible mark on Russian theater and drama.

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