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The Chinese symbol for Double Happiness is indispensable for Chinese weddings. A large Chinese character, Double Happiness, on a red piece of paper or in paper cut is always put where it must strike the eyes on a young couple's wedding.
The Chinese Chop Art (or seal carving) is one of the traditional four arts, i.e., Chinese painting, calligraphy, poetry and seal carving. A personal chop in red color is an integrated part of a Chinese artwork of painting or calligraphy, which is not only the signature of the artist on the artwork, but also an essential touch to liven it up.
The Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China. The Chinese New Year is on the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar, so it is also called the Lunar New Year.
Here is a list of Chinese greetings often used for Chinese new year and other occasions.
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Here are the top 100 Chinese surnames. The 100 most common last names count for about 87% of all the names used by the Han people. Check out...
'Gentleman' is a very important idea in Chinese culture and one of the most prominent terms in Confucius's Analects. Read more..
There are many traditional auspicious patterns or symbols in Chinese culture. The lucky patterns are widely used in Chinese New Year Pictures to express people's desires for a lucky and happy new year. Read more...
The Chinese animal signs are an integral part of Chinese culture, and every Chinese has one, based on one's birthday. Read more...
Tattoo has a long history in China. Chinese tattoo probably originated from a punishment to prisoners in ancient China as a type of tattoo on one's face. Read more...
Chinese names are usually composed of two or three Chinese characters. Read more...
Paper cutting, or Jianzhi in Chinese, is a traditional art in China which has been making its way along the route of the long history of paper. Read more...
Chinese characters usually have one or more meanings and some of them are particularly loved by Chinese people. Here is the top ten list of the lucky ones. Please note Pinyin is also used here, which is the Chinese spelling system for the characters. For example, fu is the pinyin for good luck in Chinese. But fu is only the phonic part of the character and it also represents other Chinese characters that sound the same. Read more...