Chinese culture
  • Year of The Pig

     

    2019 is the Year of the Pig according to Chinese zodiac. This is a Year of Earth Pig, starting from the 2019Chinese New Year on Feb. 5 and lasting to 2020 Lunar New Year’s Eve on Jan. 24. The Chinese Zodiac,known asSheng Xiao, isbased on a twelve-year cycle, each year in thatcycle related to an animal sign. These signs arethe rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dogand pig. It is calculated according to Chinese lunar calendar.

  • Chinese Tea

     

    Chinese people are believed to have enjoyed tea drinking for more than 4,000 years. Legend has it that Yan Di, one of three rulers in ancient times, tasted all kinds of herbs to find medical cures. One day,as he was being poisoned by some herb he had ingested; a drop of water from a tea tree dripped into his mouth and he was saved. For a long time, tea was used as an herbal medicine. During the Western Zhou Dynasty,it was a religious offering. During the Spring and Autumn Period, people ate fres

  • Look into China (1) -- Chinese Theatre

     

    Article: Fidelio Translation: Issac @WIEChinaOn October 22nd (local time), the Peking Opera The Three Way Fork, 2017 (三岔口2017) was successfully put on as the closure show of the 52nd Dimitria Festival in Thessalonica, Greek. It was the 2nd time the opera played in Europe following its 1st time in Bucharest Arts in Romania on June this year.As one of the three macro-groups of stage in the history of stage in the world, Paleo-Greece opera and India theatricals are the other two, Chinese theatre

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