The culture of China is one of the oldest and most complex cultures in the world. The culture-dominated territory encompasses a large geographic region in East Asia, where customs and traditions vary greatly between villages, cities and provinces.
Most of the social values come from Confucianism and Taoism. In ancient times, there were many famous Chinese symbols.
Here is our collection of Chinese symbols.
Chinese characters or symbols usually have one or more meanings, and some of them are especially popular with the Chinese. Here is a list of ten good luck symbols. Note that pinyin, the Chinese character spelling system, is also used here. For example, fu in Chinese means pinyin, meaning good luck. But fu is also the phonetic part of the character, and it also represents other Chinese characters that have the same pronunciation.Fu - Blessing, Fortune, Fortune
Fu is one of the most popular Chinese characters for the Chinese New Year. It is often turned upside down at the front door of a house or apartment. Reverse fu means luck has come, as the backward-speaking character in Chinese has the same pronunciation as it came.Lou - Prosperity.
This meant the salary of an employee in feudal China. Feng Shui is believed to be the Chinese path to health, wealth and happiness. If you are interested in feng shui, you can refer to the book "feng shui set".Shu - longevity.
Shu also means life, age or birthday.C - happiness
Double happiness is usually seen everywhere in Chinese weddings.
The Chinese often say that money can turn a ghost into a ball. That is, money really can do a lot.He is harmony
"People's harmony" is an important part of Chinese culture. When you have good relationships with others, it will be much easier for you.Ay - love, affection
There is no need to talk about it anymore. We just want to point out that ai is often used at mianzi. Aimianzi means “take care of your face”.Mei - beautiful, pretty
The United States of America is abbreviated as Mei Guo. Go means country, so Meiguo is a good name.Gee - lucky, auspicious,
De - virtue, morality.
De means virtue, morality, heart, reason and kindness, etc. It is also used in the name of Germany, that is, De Guo.
Here are the signs of the Chinese zodiac. These are important Chinese characters that have deep meaning to the Chinese people and many other people with an interest in horoscopes.
Dog - The dog is one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar and has a 12-year cycle. The Year of the Dog is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch.Dragon - Dragon - one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar with a 12-year cycle and it is the only legendary animal. Dragon Year associated with the symbol of the earth branch ... Honest, empathetic and courageous, these people are most compatible with Rats, Snakes, Monkeys and Roosters.Horse - Horse is the seventh of 12 animals, appearing in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar ... Year of the Horse associated with the symbol of the earthly branch .Monkey - Monkey - ninth of 12 animals Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar . Year of the Monkey associated with the symbol of the earth branch .Bull - The bull is one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar and has a cycle of 12 years. ... The Year of the Ox is indicated by the nature of the earthly branch. In the Vietnamese zodiac, the buffalo takes the position of a bull.Pig - The Pig or Boar is the last of the 12 animals that figure in the Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Pig is associated with the earthly branch of Hai.
In Chinese culture, the pig is associated with fertility and masculinity. Carrying children in the Year of the Pig is considered a great success, because they will be happy and honest.
Rabbit. The Chinese Year of the Rabbit is actually the Chinese Year of the Hare, as there are seven native species of hares and no native species of rabbits in China. The Chinese applied their word for hare to the first rabbits caught in China, and the word is now mistakenly translated back into French by the rabbit. The hare is the fourth animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Hare is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch.
In the related Vietnamese zodiac, the cat takes the place of the hare.
Goat - Goat (also translated as Sheep or Goat) - the eighth sign of the 12-year cycle of animals, which appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar ... The Year of the Goat is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch.Rat - Rat is one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac, associated with the Chinese calendar and which has a cycle of 12 years , The Year of the Rat is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch ... In some parts of the world, the year associated with this animal is called the Year of the Mouse, because this word can be translated as "rat", "mouse" or, more broadly, "rodent".Rooster - Le Coq (also translated as Chicken)- one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar and has a 12-year cycle . The Year of the Rooster is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch .Snake - Snake - one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar and has a 12-year cycle . The Year of the Snake is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch . Tiger - Tiger - one of the animals that appears in the Chinese zodiac associated with the Chinese calendar and has a 12-year cycle . The Year of the Tiger is associated with the symbol of the earthly branch .
Symbols of the five universal elements
The tree element is the energy associated with regeneration, renewal and growth. The spring season expresses this rebirth as the flowering of new life, a continuous movement of qi.
Tree element expresses a vision of life, direction and movement.
Fire is the spark of life. It warms and circulates blood and qi. It is the complete expression of yang.
Earth. In ancient Chinese texts element The earth is often referred to as the center with four other elements surrounding it.
The Earth element and its two official organs, the Spleen and the Stomach, are the organs that support the nutritional processes in the body, mind and spirit. The stomach takes in food, the spleen distributes the energy received from food throughout the body.
Metal - metal element supports breathing, inhalation and exhalation, the breath of life, as well as the release of impurities. He leaves with the old and comes home with the new.Water. Water is the basis of life. It expresses calmness, strength, purification and refreshment.
Water supports the all cells body. Without fresh and clean water in our body and in the environment we put under Threat vital integrity our health .
Another very important Chinese character is the symbol Yin Yang .
In Chinese philosophy, the concept of yin-yang, more commonly referred to as yin and yang in the West, is used to describe how polar or seemingly opposite forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world and how they ascend to each other in the natural world. return. Thus, opposites exist only in their relation to each other. This concept underlies many branches of classical Chinese science and philosophy, in addition to being the main guide in traditional Chinese medicine and the central principle of various forms of martial arts and exercises. Chinese, such as baguazhang, taijiquan (tai chi) and qigong (qigong), and yi ching divination.