Man in His Forties Is a Flower in Bloom
Written by Wang Yue, translated by Anonymous
There is common saying: “Man in his forties is a flower in bloom, but woman is soybean residue.” A bit vulgar this saying may be, but it does tell us such a fact that man in his forties really possesses undeniable fascination.
In his career, a man at this age possesses the maturity and steadiniess that a yount lad lacks. Enthusiastic and warm-hearted as a lad may have, he is more brave than steady. J
Years are measured by a lunar calender in China, while they are measured by a solar calender in western countries. The Chinese New Year of 2007, falls on February 18, 2007.
Visit http://www.answers.com/chinese%20new%20year for more.
I'm planning to write an article myself about that some time later.
To be continued...
A demo video of Wudang Kungfu.
I guess many of you have heard about Chinese Kungfu, but if you do not know what "Wudang" is, you can visit http://www.wudang.org/ or just search wudang in wikipedia or answers.com, etc.
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Here are some beautiful traditional paintings which are rarely seen in other countries and regions of the world. Hope you enjoy them.
P.S. I gathered these paintings from the Internet, so the authors are anonymous to me. By downloading, you consent that you don't use them for commercial purposes. You my redistribute these pictures, but you should keep them intact (without any editing of the pictures).
December 25, 2006
Mid-Autumn Festival falls on August 15th on the Chinese lunar calendar each year. It is a very important traditional Chinese festival, which is a day for a gettogether of the family members to chat, eat mooncakes, etc.
There are two legends which claim to explain the tradition of eating mooncakes. One Tang Dynasty myth holds that the earth once had 10 suns circling it. One day all 10 suns appeared at once, scorching the planet with their heat. It was thanks to a skillful archer nam