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Shen Yun Is Divine Culture
According to legend, the Yellow Emperor founded the Chinese civilization in 2697 B.C. He is said to have stabilized China: It was he who united tribes and changed society from ...
March 25, 2019
Traditional Chinese Tea: An Amazing Antidote That Fights Off Poisons in the Body
There is a Chinese saying: “Firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar, and tea are the seven necessities to ...
March 23, 2019
Stories From the Students’ Rules: Humility and Duty as a Sibling and Before Elders
The "Standards for Being a Good Student and Child" (Di Zi Gui) is a traditional Chinese textbook for ...
March 19, 2019
Senate Panel Wants Chinese-Funded Confucius Institutes to Change or Leave US
WASHINGTON—China has provided over $158 million to U.S. schools for Confucius Institutes to promote Chinese culture, U.S. Senate ...
February 28, 2019
Bao Xuan’s Magical Encounter
Bao Xuan came from an impoverished family during the Western Han Dynasty, 2,000 years ago. His mentor appreciated ...
January 7, 2019
Ancient Chinese Stories: Rich but Unaware
Long ago, a poor man visited his relatives, who treated him with generosity and kindness. He fell asleep ...
November 27, 2018
Ancient Chinese Stories: The Blind Woman and Heartless Neighbor
In a small village in Northeast China, there was an old blind woman called Grandma Liu. Although she ...
November 12, 2018
Ancient Chinese Stories: ‘Ten Taels of Silver Change a Man’s Fate’
In the Ming Dynasty, there was a young man named De Yuan. He lived a very poor life ...
August 22, 2018
The Bow Maker’s Wife Used Her Wit to Plead With the King
During the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history, there was a bow maker in the state of ...
August 10, 2018
Ancient Chinese Stories: ‘Saving Mother From the Tiger’s Mouth’
One day, after collecting firewood from the forest, Zhao Zan was on his way home. His mother was ...
July 30, 2018
Ancient Chinese Stories: ‘Lying on Ice for Carp’
A man named Wang Xiang lived during the Jin Dynasty. He was well-known for his filial piety. Wang ...
July 27, 2018
Ancient Chinese Stories: An 8-Year-Old Girl Rolls Over a Bed of Nails
At the beginning of the Hong Wu period of the Ming Dynasty in the 14th century, there was ...
July 1, 2018
Spring Has Sprung in Perfect Harmony
A solar term is a period of about two weeks and is based on the sun’s position in ...
March 18, 2018
Bai Juyi’s Wish for His Next Lives
Bai Juyi (772–846), also known as Po Chu-I and by his courtesy name Letian, was a renowned poet ...
March 10, 2018
Epoch Times Staff
Understanding the Five Elements—China’s ‘Theory of Everything’—in the ‘Three Character Classic’
The "Three Character Classic," or "San Zi Jing," is the best-known classic Chinese text for children. Written by ...
July 15, 2017
Harmony Among Men, Mastery of Math in the ‘Three Character Classic’
The Three Character Classic, or San Zi Jing, is the best known classic Chinese text for children. Written ...
June 29, 2017
Powerful Chinese Character ‘Mie’ for Eliminate
The Chinese character 滅 (mie) means eliminate, extinguish, or destroy. Within this character, the ancient Chinese philosophy of ...
May 23, 2017
Cangjie Practices Fortune-telling in a Chinese Man’s Dream
A 38-year-old Chinese from Chong Qing city met Cangjie in his dream. Cangjie taught him the art of ...
May 18, 2017
Dust, Earth, and Molecules
The Chinese character 塵 (chen) refers to dust. It is formed of two parts, each a full character. ...
May 8, 2017
The Simple Logic of ‘xin’ for Trust
When used as a noun, 信 (xin) refers to a written communication, letter, message or information. When used ...
May 6, 2017
Mrs Hong Kong and Mr Japan
Recently I read an article in a local Hong Kong newspaper. The author, a Hong Kong lady, said ...
April 30, 2017
Chinese Character for Military Reveals the Art of War
Not long after Donald Trump became president of the United States, he authorized a military strike on a ...
April 25, 2017
The Secret Within the Chinese Character for Enemy
Perhaps you currently have someone who is in conflict with your own interests, and you refer to him ...
April 20, 2017
Huang Ba Could Die Without Regret
Huang Ba (130–51 B.C.) lived during the Western Han Dynasty. He learned legalism (understanding and administration of the ...
April 12, 2017
The Real Treasures of Wei State
A marquis named Jing Hou once paid a visit to the prince of Wei State during the Warring ...
March 15, 2017
The Profundity of the Character ‘listen’ in Chinese
We recently chatted with a French gentleman who works in Hong Kong, and he talked about what he ...
March 7, 2017
Ji Zha’s Pledge
Ji Zha (576-484 B.C.) was the youngest son of the King Shou Meng of Wu state, in the ...
March 4, 2017
Upcoming Film ‘Claws of the Red Dragon’ Seeks to Expose Huawei’s Role in Beijing’s Tech Ambitions
Past Sex Offenders Participate in Children’s ‘Drag Queen Story Time’ at Local Libraries
, The Epoch Times
Hong Kong Protests Met With Tear Gas, China Frees UK Mission Staffer
Two MIT Media Lab Educators to Leave Over Institute’s Ties to Epstein
Trump Says He Was ‘Having Fun’ With ‘Chosen One’ Remark, Calls out Media Misrepresentation
Iranian Oil Tanker Switches Destination to Turkey After It Was Headed for Greece
The Associated Press
North Korea Launches Two More Short-Range Missiles Into Sea