华 huá splendid; prosperous
Alternative traditional form
of character: 華
Different tone花 huā (flower)
话 huà (speech)
化 huà (to make into)
画 huà (to draw)
华国锋 Hua Guofeng
The brief spell of rule by the Qin (only 15 years) defined much of what we now about China. The brutal and centralized rule of Qin Shihuangdi
set common standards for all sorts of things across his new vast empire including measurements
and the Chinese script.
The peony is a frequent art motif in China. It is considered one of the best flowers of Spring and was much loved by Empress Wu Zetian.
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