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Shu Embroidery History As early as the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 24), the poet Yang Xiong became the first to sing praises of Sichuan embroidery (Shu is the short term for Sichuan). By the Jin Dynasty (AD 265-420), local … Continue reading
指鹿为马 (zhǐ lù wéi mǎ) In the reign of Emperor the Second of the Qin Dynasty (qín cháo 秦朝,221-207BC), the prime minister Zhao Gao (zhào gāo 赵高), obsessed with ambitions, was planning to usurp the throne day and night. But … Continue reading
Embroidery is a brilliant pearl in Chinese art. From the magnificent Dragon Robe worn by Emperors to the popular embroidery seen in today’s fashions, embroidery adds so much pleasure to our life and our culture. As a folk art with … Continue reading
Is it Chinese? Or from other Language? “CHA”, “TAY”, “TEA” The Chinese character “TEA” written with Chinese calligraphic brush. In Chinese dialects, pronunciation of “tea” is divided into two classes based on phonetic similarity. In mandarin, “tea” is “CHA”; in … Continue reading
Pick the right tea for you While tea has long been a favorite drink of the Chinese, in the last few years, quite a few tea-flavored drinks are on the market. Supermarket statistics show that sales of Kangshifu Icy Black … Continue reading
Feast of Chinese culture held in Bulgaria A feast of Chinese culture organized by the Confucius Institute in Sofia was held in Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” on Wednesday afternoon. Traditional Lion dance opened the event at the university campus, … Continue reading
Lao-Tzu and Chuang-Tzu The primary religious figures in Taoism (dào jiào 道教) are Lao-Tzu (lǎo zǐ 老子）and Chuang-Tzu(zhuāng zǐ 庄子), two scholars who dedicated their lives two balancing their inner spirits. Classical Taoist philosophy (dào jiā zhé xué 道家哲学), formulated by Lao-Tzu (the Old Master, … Continue reading
The earliest written Chinese symbols were based on pictographs, where the characters highly resembled their denoted meanings. Such was the case for oracle bone script (甲骨文 jiǎgǔwén). As time wore on, the Chinese writing system developed and began incorporating elements … Continue reading
不问青红皂白 Confound right and wrong. 【发音】bù wèn qīng hóng zào bái 【释义】比喻不分是非，不问情由。 Indiscriminately; not to distinguish black from white; not to inquire into the reason. 【例1】哪里有激烈的战争，他就立即冲向那里，不问青红皂白就砍杀起来。 Where the fight is fierce, there he rushes in without hesitation, without question as … Continue reading
不见得 Not likely. 【发音】bù jiàn dé 【释义】不太可能，不一定。 Not necessarily so; it is improbable that. 【例1】他今晚不见得会来。 He’s not likely to come tonight. 【例2】我看今年长裙不见得会过时。 I will consider it unlikely (that) long skirt will go out this year.