家丑不可外扬jiā chǒu bù kě wài yáng Keep family problems within the family
In 1969 the famous sculpture of a flying horse was discovered at Wuwei in Gansu. It is in bronze and about 2,200 years old. The stance gives a clear idea of a galloping horse. It is called 'flying' because the scuptor cleverly used the figure of a swallow as the stablizing base giving the impression it must be travelling through the air. Read More
Maó gǔ sǒng rán [mao gu song ran]
hair bone fearful promise
Hair standing on end. Petrified with fright
Petrified with fright
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