Meng Haoran June 18, 2017

Meng Haoran (689 – 740), the word Hao Ran, No. monho, Meng Da, Xiangzhou Xiangyang (now Hubei Xiangyang) people, known as Meng Xiangyang. Because he has not an official, also known as Meng Da, is a pastoral landscape of the famous Tang Dynasty poet. When Meng Haoran was born in early Tang Dynasty, interested in […]

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Guzheng June 18, 2017

The guzheng is also known as the Chinese zither, the qin zither, the zheng zizheng, the luan zither, the instrument of the Chinese traditional instrument in Chinese han nationality, which belongs to the plucked instrument. It is one of the unique and important national instruments in China. Its timbre is beautiful, its vocal range is […]

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Chinese Opera May 12, 2017

Chinese opera is composed mainly of folk song and dance, rap and burlesque. It originated from the primitive song and dance, a kind of comprehensive stage art style that has a long history. After the han, tang to song, just form a more complete opera art, it is composed of literature, music, dance, fine arts, […]

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Tai Chi May 5, 2017

Tai chi is the process of elucidating the universe from the infinite, the tai chi, and the life of the universe. The tai chi is the state before the heaven and earth and the chaos before the Yin and Yang. “It is easy to have tai chi, it is the life of two meters”. The […]

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Peony-Necklace October 13, 2016

The peony is the national flower of China symbolizing its beauty and elegance. Positioning the elegant peony flower as its focal point, this necklace utilizes one of Chinas ethereal cultural traditions, the gold and silver fretwork technique. Through an intricate mosaic pattern, this rare, precious 21.9ct, pear-shaped emerald appears at the center of a fully […]

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Dragon-Phoenix Bracelet October 13, 2016

In the last century all powerful and wealthy families, especially those in Hong Kong, kept a dragon-phoenix bracelet “at the bottom of the safe” in their homes. Whether it was a daughter getting married or a son bringing a wife into the family, the dragon-phoenix bracelet was an indispensable part of the dowry. A woman’s […]

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Acupuncture August 20, 2016

Acupuncture The Ancient Art of Chinese Art of Healing by Felix Mann Foreword by Aldous Huxley is published Random House New York 1963 first printing. Contains 178 pages, text illustrations in black and white. Contents: 1. Acupuncture its Origin and Philosophical Basis 2. The Meridians :The 12 Meridians and the 12 Organs. An Explanation of […]

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Chinese Classical Poetry August 20, 2016

Out Of The Great Wall The yellow sand rises as high as white cloud; The lonely town is lost amid the mountains proud. Why should the Mongol flute complain no willows grow? Beyond the Jade Gate vernal wind will never blow!   Parting From Wang Wei Lonely, lonely I wait in vain, alas! Day in, […]

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Buddhist Culture August 20, 2016

Buddhism is a religion to about 300 million people around the world. The word comes from ‘budhi’, ‘to awaken’. It has its origins about 2,500 years ago when Siddhartha Gotama, known as the Buddha, was himself awakened (enlightened) at the age of 35. To many, Buddhism goes beyond religion and is more of a philosophy […]

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Confucianism August 20, 2016

Confucianism means “The School of the Scholars”; or, less accurately, “The Religion of Confucius”) is an East Asian ethical and philosophical system originally developed from the teachings of the early Chinese sage Confucius. It is a complex system of moral, social, political and religious which had tremendous influence on the history of Chinese civilization down […]

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