> Features > CHINESE PROVERBS
  • Time:07/05/2018 Hits:0
    This character refers to a monarch or sovereign of a country. It also can be used as an honorific title. Inspired by the connotations of ethics and nobleness within j…
  • shui
    This character refers to water. Water is not only crucial to life and the earth, but also a great influence on culture. By closely observing it, ancient Chinese peopl…
  • Gardens
    Yuan usually refers to an area of land used to grow plants or for public recreation activities, such as a garden or a park. In ancient China, Yuan also referred to th…
  • Boats
    In addition to being an important form of transportation, boats in Chinese culture also symbolize the interdependent relationship between the ruler and the people, th…
  • Cuju
    Identified as the earliest form of football, Chinese cuju has a history of over 2,300 years. During its long period of evolution, cuju served both as a game for enter…
  • Tea
    In addition to their efforts in studying the science of planting, producing, making and tasting tea as well as innovating tea sets, scholars in Tang and Song dynastie…
  • Medical culture
    The Buddhist teaching of mercy and relieving the distressed, the Taoist teaching of doing good deeds, and, especially, the Confucian teaching of benevolence and virtu…
  • Chivalrous swordsmen
    Xia in Chinese culture refers to a group of people with martial arts skills who act bravely for a just cause and is willing to sacrifice him or herself to rescue thos…
  • Food
    Considered a god for the people, food in Chinese culture provides a window in to the Chinese philosophy of tackling relationships with other people, nature and the wo…