The year 2012 is the Year of the Dragon for those following the Chinese lunar calendar. The dragon, is a zodiac sign associated with good fortune and intelligence and is believed to be the sign of those destined for success. According to the lunar calendar, the Year of the Dragon only arrives every 12 years. Back in 2000, Hong Kong saw more than a 5% increase in births. The state news agency, Xinhua, expects at least that kind of boom in 2012 in China. A recent poll conducted in Hong Kong revealed that 70% of couples desired "dragon babies," according to CBS. It will be interesting is to see how this translates into births in the U.S., since we're a melting pot of many different cultures, including those that follow the Chinese lunar calendar. For more on this, read this article from Time.