Idiom

The idiom dé gāo wàng zhòng refers to a person of high morality and prestige. (Image: The Epoch Times)

Chinese Idiom: High Morality

The idiom dé gāo wàng zhòng refers to a person of high morality and prestige. It is often used to praise the elderly, much as we would compliment someone in English by saying: “You’re a saint.” Here is the story…

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Chinese Idiom: High Morality

The idiom dé gāo wàng zhòng refers to a person of high morality and prestige. It is often used to praise the elderly, much as we would compliment someone in…

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Chinese Idiom: The Vitality of the Dragon and Horse

The Chinese idioms or phrases 龍 (lóng, dragon), 馬 (mǎ, horse), and 精神 (jīngshén, high spirit) are a chéngyǔ (成語), four-character idiom, said to friends and family during the Chinese New…