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Share What is 'weak' in Chinese?
SEARU 2018-2-18 11:31
The word 弱(weak)is opposite to strong(强)and the former also has something to do with bow(弓). How do you think of what under the 弓? ------- That (the two strokes) should be the bottom of the arrow that is leather-like thing which could let the arrow fly straight without direction changing. The last part of the bow is relatively 'weak' compared with its sharp (even poisonous) metal-head.
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Share A Wish For The Year Of The Dog.
pnp 2018-2-16 11:36
As we enter the Year of the Dog, one can't help but wish that dog owners in China improve their social responsibility and not let their dogs be a public nuisance. In years gone by, the media was awashed with cases of dog bites, dogs terrorizing people in public, dog poo all over, dogs barking incessantly in residential neighhoods depriving residents of sleep, etc. It is hoped that dog owners always keep their dogs on the leash when in public, clean up their dog poo, stop their dogs barking ...
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Share Passengers Are Jointly Liable with Drunk Drivers!
pnp 2018-2-15 13:08
CCTV News reported that a certain province (name forgotten) has passed a law holding passengers in a drunk driver's car jointly responsible for drunk driving!What a brilliant piece of legislation!Imagine this scenerio; a traffic poliiceman pulls over a driver on the highway, breath-test him and finds him over the limit, the officer then tickets all the passengers on the spot!It forces passengers to self-police and prevent any drunken friend from getting behin ...
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Share Forum Must Never Become A Platform for Personal Vendetta!
pnp 2018-2-15 12:18
Recently I posted two threads that started a heated discussion; they are, " China's Government Never Shut Down! "and" Many Chinese Have Become Rich Before They Have Become Civilized" . Seneca, a vocal opponent, employed all sorts of tactics, incluidng half truths, twisted facts, and downright lies to counter the opinion expressed in those threads. That's not a problem; I can handle all that;I can debunk his lies! But, f ...
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SEARU 2018-2-13 20:51
Greedy and new year May I answer your question in this way?: When I was young, people were not well off who often worried about food, clothing, firewood, etc. Children always looked forward to the coming of the Spring Festival that might mean delicious dishes, beautiful dress and flowers for girls while crackers to boys! So there was a strong relationship between greed and the important festival which was the sensitive atmosphere of the new-year celebration! I have posted ma ...
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Share EXTREMELY SOUR GRAPES PT 3
12dream 2018-2-13 15:58
EXTREMELY SOUR GRAPES PT 3 Finding people around the globe to be critical of China's developments and progresses is too easy a task or heaps easier to find anti-China and/or anti-Chinese elements to print blames and criticisms. Malaysia is a well developed nation with a strong history of moderate Islamic culturesand beliefs whichhas ever since adopted a principle of win-win among different cultural backgrounds of its citizens and residents. ...
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Share Foreigners Take Part in Event Greeting Spring Festival in E China's Zhejiang
Women_of_China 2018-2-13 10:40
Foreigners Take Part in Event Greeting Spring Festival in E China's Zhejiang
Foreigners prepare to hang red lanterns in Dongbei Village of Gaoshi Town in Qingtian County, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 10, 2018. More than 40 foreigners were invited to experience traditional events greeting the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year here. Foreigners pose for a group photo in Dongbei Village of Gaoshi Town in Qingtian County, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 10, 2018. More than 40 foreigners were invited to experience tradition ...
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Share Hospital Eases the Pain of Sick Children in A Novel Manner
Women_of_China 2018-2-13 10:39
Children at the Children's Hospital play with teddy bears in the presence of volunteers and healthcare workers. The Children's Hospital of Fudan University has became the second hospital in Shanghai to introduce Children Hospital Play, a project that encourages sick children to play games. At the hospital on Tuesday, five children, aged over 6 and suffering from kidney problems, were accompanied by four volunteers and healthcare workers to play games. They were given c ...
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Share The story behind the greedy?
SEARU 2018-2-13 00:03
As the Chinese traditional Spring festival is just around the corner with people are busy to prepare good food for the family-reunion, the special character 馋 arises my great interest!-----------which first part is the simple form of 食(food); 免 means ‘avoiding’; the bottom two drops shape like what flowing down out of the mouth whenyou see some good food in hunger!------------馋 is so funny that shows: 'Before delicious dish, anyone could not avoid dropping of saliva! ' ...
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Share Chinese Red Envelopes/Packets (Hongbao) — Amount, Symbols and How to Give
Grace222 2018-2-12 14:27
Chinese Red Envelopes/Packets (Hongbao) — Amount, Symbols and How to Give
source: China Highlights Red envelopesalways contain money in China, and are given, most commonly, to kids from their parents, grandparents, and others as Chinese New Year gifts. They are called hongbao in Mandarin and lai see in Cantonese. The term “red packets” has also come into common use, though hongbao look and function more like envelopes than packets. Why Chinese Give Red Envelopes Chinese people love the color red, and rega ...
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