虎口拔牙hǔ kǒu bá yá To be very daring and/or to take unnecessary risks 祸从口出huò cóng kǒu chū Be careful what you say 口蜜腹剑kǒu mì fù jiàn Disguising ill intent with honeyed words. Deceitful and dangerous 口是心非kǒu shì xīn fēi To say the opposite of what you really think 苦口良药kǔ kǒu liáng yaò It may take hard work and discomfort to achieve something worthwhile 目瞪口呆mù dèng kǒu dāi Dumb struck
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The master calligrapher Wang Xizhi 303 - 361 is considered the “Sage of calligraphy”. The art of writing chinese characters continues to be a well respected tradition. Fine examples of writing by famous calligraphers can achieve very high prices. Read More
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