Chinese Calendar Correspondence Table

Eidolonai November 24, 2017

Main article: Chinese calendar

This table shows the stem/branch year names, correspondences to the Western (Gregorian) calendar, and other related information for the current, 79th sexagenary cycle of the Chinese calendar (or the 78th cycle if an epoch of 2637 BCE is accepted).

Jiz () sequence

Stem/ branch

Gnzh ()

Year of the…

Continuous

Gregorian

New Year’s Day (chnji, )

1

1/1

jiz ()

Wood Rat

4681

1984

February 2

2

2/2

ychu ()

Wood Ox

4682

1985

February 20

3

3/3

bngyn ()

Fire Tiger

4683

1986

February 9

4

4/4

dngmo ()

Fire Hare

4684

1987

January 29

5

5/5

wchn ()

Earth Dragon

4685

1988

February 17

6

6/6

js ()

Earth Snake

4686

1989

February 6

7

7/7

gngw ()

Metal Horse

4687

1990

January 27

8

8/8

xnwi ()

Metal Sheep

4688

1991

February 15

9

9/9

rnshn ()

Water Monkey

4689

1992

February 4

10

10/10

guyu ()

Water Rooster

4690

1993

January 23

11

1/11

jix ()

Wood Dog

4691

1994

February 9

12

2/12

yhi ()

Wood Pig

4692

1995

January 31

13

3/1

bngz ()

Fire Rat

4693

1996

February 19

14

4/2

dngchu ()

Fire Ox

4694

1997

February 7

15

5/3

wyn ()

Earth Tiger

4695

1998

January 28

16

6/4

jmo ()

Earth Hare

4696

1999

February 16

17

7/5

gngchn ()

Metal Dragon

4697

2000

February 5

18

8/6

xns ()

Metal Snake

4698

2001

January 24

19

9/7

rnw ()

Water Horse

4699

2002

February 12

20

10/8

guwi ()

Water Sheep

4700

2003

February 1

21

1/9

jishn ()

Wood Monkey

4701

2004

January 22

22

2/10

yyu ()

Wood Rooster

4702

2005

February 9

23

3/11

bngx ()

Fire Dog

4703

2006

January 29

24

4/12

dnghi ()

Fire Pig

4704

2007

February 18

25

5/1

wz ()

Earth Rat

4705

2008

February 7

26

6/2

jchu ()

Earth Ox

4706

2009

January 26

27

7/3

gngyn ()

Metal Tiger

4707

2010

February 14

28

8/4

xnmo ()

Metal Hare

4708

2011

February 3

29

9/5

rnchn ()

Water Dragon

4709

2012

January 23

30

10/6

gus ()

Water Snake

4710

2013

February 10

31

1/7

jiw ()

Wood Horse

4711

2014

January 31

32

2/8

ywi ()

Wood Sheep

4712

2015

February 19

33

3/9

bngshn ()

Fire Monkey

4713

2016

February 8

34

4/10

dngyu ()

Fire Rooster

4714

2017

January 28

35

5/11

wx ()

Earth Dog

4715

2018

February 16

36

6/12

jhi ()

Earth Pig

4716

2019

February 5

37

7/1

gngz ()

Metal Rat

4717

2020

January 25

38

8/2

xnchu ()

Metal Ox

4718

2021

February 12

39

9/3

rnyn ()

Water Tiger

4719

2022

February 1

40

10/4

gumo ()

Water Hare

4720

2023

January 22

41

1/5

jichn ()

Wood Dragon

4721

2024

February 10

42

2/6

ys ()

Wood Snake

4722

2025

January 29

43

3/7

bngw ()

Fire Horse

4723

2026

February 17

44

4/8

dngwi ()

Fire Sheep

4724

2027

February 6

45

5/9

wshn ()

Earth Monkey

4725

2028

January 26

46

6/10

jyu ()

Earth Rooster

4726

2029

February 13

47

7/11

gngx ()

Metal Dog

4727

2030

February 3

48

8/12

xnhi ()

Metal Pig

4728

2031

January 23

49

9/1

rnz ()

Water Rat

4729

2032

February 11

50

10/2

guchu ()

Water Ox

4730

2033

January 31

51

1/3

jiyn ()

Wood Tiger

4731

2034

February 19

52

2/4

ymo ()

Wood Hare

4732

2035

February 8

53

3/5

bngchn ()

Fire Dragon

4733

2036

January 28

54

4/6

dngs ()

Fire Snake

4734

2037

February 15

55

5/7

ww ()

Earth Horse

4735

2038

February 4

56

6/8

jwi ()

Earth Sheep

4736

2039

January 24

57

7/9

gngshn ()

Metal Monkey

4737

2040

February 12

58

8/10

xnyu ()

Metal Rooster

4738

2041

February 1

59

9/11

rnx ()

Water Dog

4739

2042

January 22

60

10/12

guhi ()

Water Pig

4740

2043

February 10

Footnotes

^ As discussed in the main Chinese calendar article, there is considerable difficulty in establishing a basis for the chronology of the continuous year numbers. The numbers listed here are too high by 60 if an epoch of 2637 BCE is accepted. They may be too low by 1 if an epoch of 2698 BCE is accepted. That is, according to some sources, Gregorian 2006 could alternatively correspond to 4643, or perhaps 4704.

^ In any case, the correspondence between a lunisolar Chinese year and a solar Gregorian year is of course not exact. The first few months of each Gregorian year — those preceding Chinese New Year — belong to the previous Chinese year. For example, January 1 – January 28 of 2006 correspond to yyu 4702. Thus, it might be more precise to state that Gregorian 2006 corresponds to 4702-4703, or that continuous Chinese 4703 corresponds to 2006-2007.

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