箭在弦上,不得不发jiàn zài xián shàng, bù dé bù fā Things have reached a point when something must be done 锦上添花jǐn shàng tiān huā Taking too much trouble with detail to try to achieve perfection. Fiddling when already complete. 热锅上的蚂蚁rè guō shàng de mǎ yǐ In a state of feverish activity and excitement 三十六计,走为上策sān shí liù jì, zǒu wéi shàng cè Sometimes it is best to avoid conflict altogether. Flight can be the best option 雪上加霜xuě shàng jiā shuāng To add to misfortunes unnecessarily 羊毛出在羊身上yáng maó chū zài yáng shēn shàng Unrealistic expectations. You get what you pay for
上个星期shàng gè xīng qī last week 上个月shàng gè yuè last month 上海shàng hǎi Shanghai 上午shàng wǔ morning 晚上wǎn shàng evening 早上zǎo shàng early morning
The Mogao caves near Dunhuang are a famous visitor attraction in Gansu province. Over hundreds of years a series of caves were dug and decorated with Buddhist emblems. There are 2,300 painted statues and murals. Dunhuang used to be the last place before entering China on the Silk Road from India. Western archaeologists plundered the site in the late 19th century including the oldest printed book in the world: The Diamond Sutra. Read More
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