The origin of the Chinese calendar can be traced back to the 14th century B. Although it is said to be the Chinese Lunar Calendar, it is actually a lunisolar calendar - indicates date of the moon phase and the time of the solar year - which is based on the rotational properties of both the Sun as well as the Moon.As this calendar is based upon the true and accurate orbital positions of the Sun and the Moon, the accuracy and precision of this very calendar depends upon the astronomical theories and the formulae used.

Therefore, we recommend you to use the first one to predict which is much easier for you.

Following are the two ways and how to use them separately. Chinese Gender Prediction Calculator Chinese Gender Prediction Calculator is located at the top of the page (Please find it at the top right on the navigation line if you browse the page from desktop, and find it at the beginning if you browse on mobile).

For the two, the difference is that we have converted your conception date into Chinese date format and calculate your Chinese age at the time of conception automatically if you use the calculator tool.

But if you use the gender chart, it needs you to calculate your Chinese age and the lunar month of conception by yourself to get the result.

In fact, in step 1, you have converted the conception date into Chinese lunar date. Then follow the column and row to the intersecting point to get your baby's gender. This can be seen from our forum - Baby Gender Prediction and Selection board.

There, many people ask us when are the best time for them to conceive and how to guarantee a baby boy.

To get it, please subtract your Chinese lunar birth year from the lunar year you conceived then plus another one year. Please use the Gregorian-Chinese Calendar Converter below.

--Step Two: Get the lunar month of conception How to get the lunar month of conception? Subtracting the lunar year of birth which is 1982 from the lunar conception year which is 2014, we get 32.

Both of the same show you the same result which is based on the traditional Chinese baby gender chart.