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Chinese era

Chinese era

The Chinese era is the symbol that the Chinese calendar uses for recording and naming years. The ten Heavenly Stems are: jia, yi, bing, ding, wu, ji, geng, xin, ren, gui. The twelve Earthly Branches are: zi, chou, yin, mou, chen, si, wu, wei, shen, you, xu, hai. After observing the lunar month, th...
Chinese seal

Chinese seal

A seal can also be defined as a stamp. Both the Chinese official and private seal of various dynasties have different titles, such as stamp, zhu not, contract, fu, lease and others. The seals used by the emperors of ancient China were called xi, yin, bao, etc.. According to historical records,...
Chinese chopsticks

Chinese chopsticks

The Chinese way of eating with chopsticks is unique in the world. The recorded history of chopsticks started more than three thousand years ago. Chopsticks were named zhu in ancient Chinese . They look deceptively simple to use, but possess multi-various functions, such as clamping, turning over...
Chinese characters

Chinese characters

Chinese characters were initially meant tobe simple pictures use to help people remember things. After a long period ofdevelopment, it finally became a unique character system that embodies phoneticsound, image, idea, and rhyme at the same time. The writing system, which wasextremely advanced in...
Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). In accordance with the “main and collateral channels” theory in TCM, the purpose of acupuncture is to dredge the channel and regulate qi and blood, so as to keep the body’s yin and yang balanced and achieve reconciliation betw...
Dumplings

Dumplings

Dumplings are one of the Chinese people’s favorite traditional dishes. According to an ancient Chinese legend, dumplings were first made by the medical saint—Zhang Zhongjing. There are three steps involved in making dumplings: 1) make dumpling wrappers out of dumpling flour; 2) prepare th...
Chinese Dragon

Chinese Dragon

Dragon totem worship in China has been around for the last 8,000 years. The ancients in China considered the dragon (or Loong) a fetish that combines animals including the fish, snake, horse and ox with cloud, thunder, lightning and other natural celestial phenomena. The Chinese dragon was for...
Thereare 56 nationalities in China

Thereare 56 nationalities in China

Thereare 56 nationalities in China.As the major one,the Han people make up 93% ofall Chinese people .It is originated from the HuaXia Group 4,000 years ago,whichwas call the Han since the Han's Dynasty till today.During its development,theHan people created one of the greatest culture in the Worl...
Traditional Chinese Wedding

Traditional Chinese Wedding

Holding your hand, and aging with you! China is a large country with 56 nationalities. Different nationalities have different marriage customs, but whatever the nationality is, the wedding ceremony is usually very complicated. The traditional Chinese marriage usually involves 6 necessary procedures...
Chinese Tea Culture

Chinese Tea Culture

China is the hometown of tea, which has several thousand years of history. Before Tang Dynasty , Chinese tea was exported by land and sea, first to Japan and Korea, then to India and Central Asia and, in the Ming and Qing dynasties, to the Arabian Peninsula. Not only is tea good for health, but it ...
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