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  • Dragon Chinese Zodiac
    Zodiac Sign of the Dragon, Fifth of the Chinese Zodiac Zodiac Elements Earthly Branch of Birth Year: chen Wu Xing (The Five Elements): earth Yin Yang: yang Auspicious Directions: west, north, northwest Lucky Colors: golden, silver, hoary Unlucky Colors: red, green, purple, black Lucky Numbers: 1, 7, 6 Unlucky Numbers: 9, 8, 3 Lucky Flowers: bleeding he... Read more>>
  • Rabbit Chinese Zodiac
    Zodiac Sign of the Rabbit, Forth of the Chinese Zodiac Zodiac Elements Earthly Branch of Birth Year: mao Wu Xing (The Five Elements): wood Yin Yang: yin Auspicious Directions: east, southeast, south Lucky Colors: red, pink, purple, blue Unlucky Colors: dark brown, dark yellow, white Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 9 Unlucky Numbers: 1, 7, 8 Lucky Flowers: snapdra... Read more>>
  • Tiger Chinese Zodiac
    Zodiac Sign of the Tiger, Third of the Chinese Zodiac Zodiac Elements Earthly Branch of Birth Year: yin Wu Xing (The Five Elements): wood Yin Yang: yang Auspicious Directions: south, east, southeast Lucky Colors: blue, grey, white, orange Unlucky Colors: golden, silver, brown, black Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 4 Unlucky Numbers: 6, 7, 8 Lucky Flowers: Cinera... Read more>>
  • Ox Zodiac Sign
    Zodiac Sign of the Ox, Second of the Chinese Zodiac Zodiac Elements Earthly Branch of Birth Year: chou Wu Xing (The Five Elements): earth Yin Yang: yin Auspicious Directions: southeast, south and north Lucky Colors: blue, red, purple Unlucky Colors: white, green Lucky Numbers: 9, 1 Unlucky Numbers: 3, 4 Lucky Flowers: tulip, evergreen, peach blossom... Read more>>
  • Year of Rat,Rat Chinese Zodiac
    Zodiac Sign of the Rat, First of the Chinese Zodiac Zodiac Elements Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Zi Wu Xing (The Five Elements): water Yin Yang: yang Auspicious Directions: southeast, northeast Lucky Colors: blue, golden, green Unlucky Colors: yellow, brown Lucky Numbers: 2, 3 Unlucky Numbers: 5, 9 Lucky Flowers: lily, African violet, lily of the v... Read more>>
  • Tea and Horse Caravan Road
    Tea and Horse Caravan Road, Southern Silk Road of China Tea and Horse Caravan Road is an ancient commercial passage. As its name indicates, Tea and Horse Caravan Road was of great significance to the trade of tea and horse, but other products passed it along as well. History The history of Tea and Horse Caravan Road can be traced back to the Tang Dy... Read more>>
  • Chinese Umbrellas
    Chinese Umbrellas The Chinese are thought to have created the first waterproof umbrella and it has existed for over 3,000 years. In the beginning, Chinese umbrellas were made of silk, and later paper umbrellas came into being. The frames of most umbrellas in China were and are made from bamboo or mulberry bark. Hi... Read more>>
  • Stone Lion
    Chinese Stone Lion, a Culturally Symbolic Decoration Carved out of stone or marble, the stone lion is often used as a kind of decoration standing in front of traditional Chinese architectures, such as imperial palace, temple, Buddha pagoda, bridge, mausoleum, mansion, gardens and so target="_blank" title="China">China in Han Dynasty (206BC - 220AD). ... Read more>>
  • Ancient Chinese Invention- Compass
    Four Great Inventions of Ancient China The compass, papermaking, gunpowder, and printing are four great inventions by ancient Chinese people. These four inventions proved the development of Chinese civilization in ancient times which also had a far-ranging global impact. Compass In the Warring States Period, Chinese people invented a ... Read more>>
  • Chinese Dragon
    Chinese Dragon, the Symbol of Oriental Culture Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, serpentine creatures with four legs. In contrast to European dragons, which are considered evil, Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious ... Read more>>
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