How did chopsticks become the symbol of Chinese family laws? According to a Chinese belief, a country has its state laws and a family has its rules. But how did chopsticks come to symbolize family laws?
The removing of the two-term limit for China’s president has sparked a wide-ranging debate regarding the nationality and foreign assets of its leaders.
Traditional Chinese medicine has effective time-tested techniques that boost immunity and can protect you from colds or the flu. Points can be needled and herbal formulas can be given to balance the body’s energy, strengthen the body and even speed…
Already by the end of the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history, the eating habits of the Chinese people were deeply influenced by terminology and etiquette from Confucianism.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, there is a close relationship between having nutritious food in the winter season and finding a balance between yin and yang.
Scientists in China have aligned fragments of bamboo with Chinese calligraphic writing on it to recreate a mathematical device used 2,300 years ago, making it the world’s oldest known decimal multiplication table.
The Chinese character 書 (shū) stands for a book, letter, written document, or writings.
Your real fortune is neither beauty nor money, but a good character, which is a passport to a good life. In an indifferent and unpredictable environment, your thinking and reactions depend on the quality of your character.
Scientists have discovered a novel chemical state of the element manganese. This chemical state, first proposed about 90 years ago, enables a high-performance, low-cost sodium-ion battery that could quickly and efficiently store and distribute energy produced by solar panels and…
The talented Zhang Jiuling suffered setbacks while creating lasting works of governance, civil engineering, and poetry, but he never suffered fools.
When it comes to soft, assistive devices — like the exosuit being designed by the Harvard Biodesign Lab — the wearer and the robot need to be in sync. But every human moves a bit differently, and tailoring the robot’s…