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What’s in a Chinese Name?Read More»

What’s in a Chinese Name?

Surnames are usually inherited from the father and are monosyllabic, that is, they use one character. Given names usually have two syllables, and thus, two characters. For example, the founder of the Republic of China is Sun Zhongshan 孙中山. (Image: Brad T./Vision Times) By Aizhu Lu, 37 mins ago Every Chinese person’s name is made [...]

Date:11/03/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

The 8 Cardinal Virtues in a Human’s LifeRead More»

The 8 Cardinal Virtues in a Human’s Life

Chung Hsiao Elementary School in Taichung, Taiwan. The school is named after the first two characters of the Eight Virtues. (Image: Wikimedia Commons) By Billy Shyu, 1 min ago The Eight Virtues refer to 忠 (zhōng), 孝 (xiào), 仁 (rén), 愛 (ài), 信 (xìn), 義 (yì), 和 (hé), and 平 (píng), which are the criteria [...]

Date:09/16/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

This is How Chinese Spend Their National HolidaysRead More»

This is How Chinese Spend Their National Holidays

Stay home and welcome back the heavy congestion on all highways. (Image: Secret China) By Monica Song, 10 hours ago The Chinese national holidays have well and truly come. While the seven-day “Golden Week” holiday is something most Chinese look forward to every year, some look at it differently. Ironically or humorously? This is how [...]

Date:10/12/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

The Inside Story of the Zhongshan Suit, Also Known as the Mao SuitRead More»

The Inside Story of the Zhongshan Suit, Also Known as the Mao Suit

Each of the design elements conveys a specific meaning based on the ceremonial formalities of the Zhou Dynasty. (Image: hongdu1956.com) By Monica Song, 1 min ago Do you know the story behind the design of the Zhongshan suit? Even the number of pockets is meaningful. Dr. Sun Yat-sen became the first president and founding father [...]

Date:08/12/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

Chinese Medical Official Admits That Organs Were Extracted Without ConsentRead More»

Chinese Medical Official Admits That Organs Were Extracted Without Consent

By Matthew Robertson, Epoch Times | August 26, 2013Last Updated: August 25, 2013 9:39 pm Yang Chunhua, director of the Intensive Care Unit of the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangdong Province, is photographed in a meeting in November 2012. The Chinese text under the image states his name and affiliation. (Screenshot/Epoch [...]

Date:08/26/2013 | Category:China News

Chinese Authorities Break Up Organ Transplant RingRead More»

Chinese Authorities Break Up Organ Transplant Ring

By Matthew Robertson, Epoch Times | August 21, 2013Last Updated: August 21, 2013 6:55 pm A man exposes a scar where a kidney was removed, in an article by Chutian Metropolis Daily, a newspaper in Hubei Province, where the city of Wuhan is located. Chinese police recently broke up an organ smuggling ring operating out [...]

Date:08/22/2013 | Category:China News

Mountains of Trash Surround More Than One Third of China’s CitiesRead More»

Mountains of Trash Surround More Than One Third of China’s Cities

By Sun Xianghe, SOH Radio Network | July 29, 2013Last Updated: July 28, 2013 11:42 pm A boy crosses a polluted stream that runs through an open waste refusal area. Piling trash without any infrastructure protection can cause surface and groundwater pollution as well as heavy soil contamination and result in illnesses, including cancer. (Stephen [...]

Date:07/29/2013 | Category:China News

China’s June Economic Data Show Growth Down, Inflation UpRead More»

China’s June Economic Data Show Growth Down, Inflation Up

By Wang Qian, Sound of Hope Radio and Yang Fang, Sound of Hope Radio | July 11, 2013Last Updated: July 11, 2013 3:51 pm A fruit vendor takes a nap at a market in Shanghai on June 9, 2013. June economic data show inflation ratcheting up, while economic activity slows down. (PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images) More [...]

Date:07/11/2013 | Category:China News

Heroes of Tiananmen Square, Where Are They Now?Read More»

Heroes of Tiananmen Square, Where Are They Now?

By Epoch Times | June 4, 2013Last Updated: June 4, 2013 7:10 am Tweet The main participants in the 1989 Chinese student movement enjoy their freedom. Upper row (L to R) Fang Lizhi, Yan Jiaqi, Wang Juntao, Bao Zunxin. Lower row (L to R) Wu'er Kaixi, Chai Ling, Wang Dan, Feng Congde. (AFP/University of Arizona, [...]

Date:06/04/2013 | Category:China News

Jade Jewelry Brings Ancient China Into Modern Times (Photos)Read More»

Jade Jewelry Brings Ancient China Into Modern Times (Photos)

By Zhong Yuan, Epoch Times | May 11, 2013Last Updated: May 11, 2013 7:15 am Designer Wang Peinan and some of her artwork. (Wang Peinan) More in Chinese CultureTeacher in China Feels Earthquakes Before They Happen Falun Gong, Popular and Serene Meditation (+Photos) Chinese idiom: Repaying One Meal with 1,000 Pieces of Gold (一飯千金) In [...]

Date:05/12/2013 | Category:China News

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