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  • Chinese Zodiac

    Chinese Zodiac 2021 & 2022What year is 2021 in Chinese zodiac? 2021 is a year of the Ox starting from February 12, 2021 to lasting to January 31, 2022, the 2022 Chinese New Year’s Eve. 2022 will be a year of the Tiger.What is the Chinese Zodiac?The Chine...
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  • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

    1. What is TCM?Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a complete ancient medical system that takes a deep understanding of the laws and patterns of nature and applies them to the human body. TCM is not "New Age", nor is it a patchwork of different healing modal...
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  • Chinese dragon and phoenix

    Deeply rooted in Chinese culture, dragon and phoenix were regarded as the most sacred animals and used to be emblems of emperor and empress. The Chinese dragon is traditionally the embodiment of the concept of yang (male), while phoenix was paired (yin, female...
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  • Chinese Feng Shui

    What is Feng ShuiFeng Shui is an ancient Chinese philosophy of understanding the energy that surrounds us and it deals with using positive 'Qi' or energy to improve a person's well being, fortune and success. Feng shui is often identified as a form of geomancy...
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  • Giant Panda

    The giant panda has been living on the earth for at least 8 million years, known as a "living fossil" and "China's national treasure". It is the image ambassador of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and the flagship species of the world's biodiversity conservati...
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  • The Four Great Inventions

    China's 5000 year history has witnessed countless inventions. The Four Great Inventions refer to the four advanced achievements of science and technology from ancient China, which had a prominent position in the exchanges between the East and West. They are th...
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  • The Charm of Chinese Culture: China Icons in the Eyes of Foreigners

    What China impresses you most? Probably it is Great Wall or Terra-Cotta Warriors. But many consider the traditional forms of Chinese culture and art or the very little cultural souvenirs and handicrafts are the icons of China. Chinese knot Ever since its in...
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Beijing is absolutely the No.1 destination in China! If you can pick up some readings about its history, maybe you will better understand the place after arrival.

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