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The boy emperor or the last emperor, Hsian Tung led a life of luxury into exile and then that of a prisoner. This account of his life tells of the struggles for the final leader of the Manchu dynasty.
Published by John Smither 85 months ago in Chinese Culture | +21 votes | 11 comments
The feature known as Heavenly Gate in Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park in the Hunan province of central China is revered locally by the citizens of its closest city of Zhangjiajie for the 999 steps to reach the summit. The man-made steps carry visitors up to a hole in the mountain caused by erosion; this was thought of by Taoist monks to be the entrance to heaven.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in Chinese Culture | +18 votes | 8 comments
The Chinese festival known as Duanwu or the Dragon Boat Festival is a national holiday with its origins in mainland China dating back over 2000 years. The festival has strong connections with East and South East Asian culture and celebrated by Chinese communities in Malaysia and Singapore as well as in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
Published by John Smither 71 months ago in Chinese Culture | +17 votes | 2 comments
China has had many capitals throughout its long and often turbulent past. Historically there are four ancient ‘great’ capitals of China; this figure has been increased to seven or even eight historical capitals according to the China Ancient Capital Society when after archaeological research and finds in 2004 dating from the Shang Dynasty elevated the city of Zhengzhou( the present day capital of Henan province), to the list.
Published by John Smither 71 months ago in Chinese Culture | +16 votes | 1 comments
The Qingming Festival also known as Tomb Sweeping Day is an important date in the cultural calendar of Chinese tradition. It is usually held on the 104th day after the occurrence of the winter solstice or the 15th day following the spring equinox, it usually occurs around the 5th day of April.
Published by John Smither 74 months ago in Chinese Culture | +16 votes | 7 comments
“It takes two to tango”, it is said. In this sense, yin and yang literally make the world go round. Science explains that yin and yang are the duality which pervades in the universe, spinning it into dynamic activity
Published by Ron Siojo 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +15 votes | 7 comments
Here are the bowed string instruments of the traditional Chinese orchestra.
Published by Athena Goodlight 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +14 votes | 2 comments
The oldest and best known is Han and like other groups, they have their own distinct linguistic and regional traditions. The Han dynasty existed from 206 BC to 220 AD and is known for two inventions we still use today; paper and porcelain.
Published by Iris McCammon 88 months ago in Chinese Culture | +12 votes | 1 comments
Year 2010 is the year of metal tiger in Chinese zodiac. It is all started from February 14th, 2010 until February 2nd, 2011. So, how is the characteristic of this tiger zodiac? For the first part of the reading, we need to know the character and the nature of the tiger.
Published by Activ 101 months ago in Chinese Culture | +12 votes | 3 comments
Among the most ancient musical instruments of China are the plucked strings. Aside from becoming essential parts of the ensemble in the regional operas, these instruments have become favorites for solo performances, too.
Published by Athena Goodlight 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +11 votes | 5 comments
The Bagua is a tool of Feng Shui that is used to identify and rectify all areas in your environment to encourage harmony, health and prosperity.
Published by Jan Reid 86 months ago in Chinese Culture | +10 votes | 5 comments
These are the traditional Chinese wind instruments. Each of them has its own history with their ancient roots both from within China or adapted from other nearby countries.
Published by Athena Goodlight 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +10 votes | 2 comments
The Chinese Zodiac Dog. what are these people like?
Published by FactoidFactor 101 months ago in Chinese Culture | +10 votes | 7 comments
Gummy saliva from cliff-dwelling species of swifts produce a nest which is the main ingredient in the Chinese delicacy "Bird Nest Soup"
Published by thestickman 96 months ago in Chinese Culture | +9 votes | 9 comments
The Fortune Frog is one of the most well-known and auspicious money-making symbols in Feng Shui. It is also why this lucky object is so popular in many homes and businesses.
Published by Jan Reid 77 months ago in Chinese Culture | +8 votes | 4 comments
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