Chinese numbers in Mandarin pinyin and hand gestures. This is how one could show different numbers with one's hands in Chinese culture - I used to know all of these when I was little, but have a hard time remembering past 6 now.

Lucky and Unlucky Numbers in Chinese Culture

Chinese numbers in Mandarin pinyin and hand gestures. This is how one could show different numbers with one's hands in Chinese culture - learning Chinese

13 Chinese customs that are shocking to foreigners.

13 Chinese customs that are shocking to foreigners

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Funny pictures about Evolution of Chinese clothing. Oh, and cool pics about Evolution of Chinese clothing. Also, Evolution of Chinese clothing.

Chinese Royal Consort's costumes and make-up during Tang Dynasty from Chinese drama " the Empress of China"

The Empress of China (simplified Chinese: 武媚娘传奇) is a 2014 Chinese television drama based on events in and Tang dynasty, starring producer Fan Bingbing as the titular character Wu Zetian—the only female emperor in Chinese history.

[Infographic] From traditions to superstitions, here are the 10 fun facts about Chinese New Year.

From the story Nian to Chinese customs, how much do you know about Chinese New Year? Here is an infographic of 10 fun facts about Chinese New Year.

Chinese Lanterns http://learningchinesespeak.com

Chinese Lanterns, is a small hot air balloon made of paper, with an opening at the bottom where a small fire suspended.

Colors and Their Meanings in Chinese Culture                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Colors and Their Meanings in Chinese Culture

Morning Exercise, Shanghai - Early risers perform traditional morning exercises on the Bund, Shanghais famous riverfront boulevard. Stretching and low-impact exercise have been  staples in Chinese culture for centuries. - Photograph by Justin Guariglia travel-gallery

Morning Exercise, Shanghai - Early risers perform traditional morning exercises on the Bund, Shanghais famous riverfront boulevard. Stretching and low-impact exercise have been staples in Chinese culture for centuries. - Photograph by Justin Guariglia.

Archive for Chinese History, Culture, & Creativity

this hairstyle and similar hair accessory positioning (highly artistic, very neat, and cute) 🍋 lemon and lemon leaf hair accessories matching their earrings exactly

Baba Nyonya is a fusion of Malaysian and Chinese culture that is rarely seen outside the west coast of Malaysia. |micro cuisines|food worth traveling for|Malaysian Food|Baba Nyonya|BabaNyonya food|travel Malaysia|Chinese Malaysian food

The Baba Nyonya Food of Malaysia A Micro Cuisine

Baba Nyonya is a fusion of Malaysian and Chinese culture that is rarely seen outside the west coast of Malaysia. Baba (which denotes men) and Nyonya (which denotes women are the descendants of the Noble Chinese people who emigrated to Malaysia

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