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Chinese Character for General, Shall, Take: Jiàng, Jiāng (將)
The Chinese character 將 (jiāng, jiàng) stands for a general or commander and also means “will,” “shall,” “going ...
November 13, 2014
Chinese Character for Mutual, Appearance: Xiāng, Xiàng (相)
The Chinese character 相 (xiāng) stands for appearance and is also used to describe the concept of “each ...
November 6, 2014
Chinese Character for Very, Highest: Tài (太)
The Chinese character 太 (tài) stands for being the highest or grandest, and gives emphasis to adjectives such ...
October 29, 2014
Chinese Character for Dream: Mèng (夢)
The Chinese character for dream, 夢 (mèng), conveys the idea of not being in the brightness of daylight ...
October 23, 2014
Chinese Character for Correct, Upright: Zhèng (正)
The Chinese character 正 (zhèng) conveys the meaning of “walking in accordance with the Dao.”
October 15, 2014
Chinese Character for Language, Culture: Wén (文)
文 (wén) is a complementary Chinese concept to 武 (wǔ), which refers to military affairs and martial arts.
October 8, 2014
Chinese Character for White: Bái (白)
The Chinese character 白 (bái) stands for the colour white. It also refers to being pure, clean, unblemished, ...
September 29, 2014
Chinese Character for Origin, First: Yuán (元)
The Chinese character 元 (yuán) stands for the beginning or the origin, and the quality of being original, ...
September 24, 2014
Chinese Character for Truth: Zhēn (真)
The Chinese character for truth, 眞 (zhēn), depicts an immortal transforming and ascending to heaven. An alternative form ...
September 18, 2014
Chinese Character for Power, Strength: Lì (力)
The character for power depicts a person reaching down and using arm strength to pick up an object, ...
August 20, 2014
Chinese Character for Saint, Sage: Shèng (聖)
The Chinese character for saint or sage is composed of three characters that together depict a person with ...
August 13, 2014
Chinese Character for Water: Shuǐ (水)
The Chinese character 水 (shuǐ) refers to water, a liquid, or a fluid. It can also refer to ...
August 6, 2014
Chinese Character for Mountain: Shān (山)
The Chinese character 山 (shān) refers to a mountain, mountain range, or hill. It is a pictograph that ...
July 25, 2014
Canadian Seeks Sister’s Release and End to Persecution
Fifteen years ago the Chinese communist regime banned Falun Gong and started persecuting its adherents in China. Here ...
July 25, 2014
Chinese Character for Immortal: Xiān (仙)
The Chinese character 仙 (xiān) refers to an immortal, a fairy, or a celestial or supernatural being. It ...
July 16, 2014
Chinese Character for Child: Zi, Zǐ (子)
The Chinese character for child depicts a baby, with the head at the top, the arms outstretched, and ...
July 1, 2014
Chinese Character for Old: Lǎo (老)
The Chinese character for old also refers to being venerable, skilled, expert, or experienced.
June 25, 2014
Chinese Character for Flute: Dí(笛)
The Chinese character for flute refers to the Chinese side-blown (transverse) flute, or dizi, which is held horizontally ...
June 19, 2014
Chinese Character for Figure, Likeness: Xiàng (像)
The Chinese character 像 (xiàng) refers to a figure or an image. It also carries the meaning of ...
May 22, 2014
Chinese Character for Military: Wǔ (武)
The Chinese character for “military” conveys the qualities of being warlike or fierce, as well as being brave, ...
April 23, 2014
Chinese Character for Way, Path: Dào (道)
The Chinese character Dao expresses the concept of achieving spiritual enlightenment through walking the right path.
January 22, 2014
Chinese Character for Agriculture: Nóng(農)
The two components of the Chinese character for agriculture together convey the idea of a farmer using a ...
January 15, 2014
Chinese Character for Buddha: Fó (佛)
Buddha means ‘an enlightened being,’ one who has become enlightened through cultivating (improving) one’s character and attained immense ...
January 8, 2014
Chinese Character for Outstanding: Yīng (英)
The character conveys fine qualities such as being superior or outstanding, heroic, brave, bright, and flourishing.
January 1, 2014
Chinese Character for Poetry: Shī (詩)
There is a popular saying that anyone who does not know how to write poetry will be able ...
December 18, 2013
Chinese Character for Tiger: Hǔ (虎)
The character is a pictogram that depicts a tiger standing on its hind legs.
December 11, 2013
Chinese Character for Painting: Huà (畫)
The original meaning of 畫 relates to demarcating land and defining property boundaries, one of the earliest activities ...
December 11, 2013
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