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2013 Lunar Chinese New Year – Year of the Snake — symbols or symbolic meanings of snake in Chinese culture, also famous Mandarin Chinese snake idioms, proverbs with pinyin and English translation

Dear readers: belated happy 2013 Lunar Chinese New Year to you. In Chinese culture, 蛇 shé (snake) is a symbol of intelligence, charm, and even auspiciousness. You might wonder why horrible snakes have such positive symbolic meanings. In Chinese mythology, … Continue reading

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2012 Chinese Dragon Boat Festival origin, customs and story legend of the patriotic poet Qu Yuan. Mandarin Chinese – How to say – On the day of Dragon Boat Festival, I am going to see dragon boat races and eat yummy rice dumplings. How to make zhong zi, Dragon Boat tune song, Skyrim: The Song of the Dragonborn (with lyrics)

Mandarin Chinese – How to say – On the day of Dragon Boat Festival, I am going to see dragon boat races and eat yummy rice dumplings. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] 端午節当天,我要去看龙船兢赛并吃好吃的粽子。duānwǔ jié dàngtiān , Wǒ yào … Continue reading

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