Daoism

The Purple Palace is one of the best-preserved temples in Mount Wudang, and it is also the one that, in Wudang Mountain, is most like the Forbidden City in Beijing. (Photo Courtesy of Lupita)

China’s Famous Landmarks

The Palace Museum in Beijing, also known as “The Forbidden City,” was the Emperor’s Palace in both the Ming and Qing dynasties (AD 1368-1912). And it’s one of China’s famous landmarks. It is one of the most brilliant masterpieces of ancient…

The summit of Mount Heng seen from the side of Shaanxi. (Terence7/Wikipedia)

The Fate of Two Brothers

Born in the Song Dynasty, brothers Jingxiu Cao and Jingzhi Cao lived markedly different lifestyles; the former lived an exemplary life, while the latter lived a life filled with nefarious ways. They were the younger brothers of the empress and…

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China’s Famous Landmarks

The Palace Museum in Beijing, also known as “The Forbidden City,” was the Emperor’s Palace in both the Ming and Qing dynasties (AD 1368-1912). And it’s one of China’s famous…

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Great Writing Comes From the Heart

Great literary works can evoke a multitude of emotions, yet can also nourish people’s hearts. But how does one create great books or articles? And how does a writer find…

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The Fate of Two Brothers

Born in the Song Dynasty, brothers Jingxiu Cao and Jingzhi Cao lived markedly different lifestyles; the former lived an exemplary life, while the latter lived a life filled with nefarious…