单枪匹马 dān qiāng pǐ mǎ Taking on the offensive on your own 害群之马hài qún zhī mǎ The bad person of the family 好马不吃回头草hǎo mǎ bù chī huí tóu cǎo Pride may forbid a person going back to his home town after failure. Do not dwell on past actions, progress forward 驴唇不对马嘴lǖ chún bù duì mǎ zuǐ Something that is out of place and inappropriate 马到成功mǎ daò chéng gōng Gain immediate victory 马马虎虎mǎ mǎ hǔ hǔ So so; average; careless
Although the Han Chinese form the conspicuous majority population of China (over 90%) there are many ethnic groups that live within the borders of modern China. The next largest ethnic people are the Zhuang (about 1.2%) who live mainly in Guangxi province. They have close links with people in neighboring Vietnam. Read More
Cranes in China are held in affection, their loyalty and devotion to each other is well regarded. In general they signify a wish for a peaceful and happy married life. They were known to live to a good age (20-30 years) and so also represent longevity. Read More
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