逢奸宁可玉碎,气正不求瓦全féng jiān nìng kě yù suì, qì zhèng bù qiú wǎ quán It is better to die with honor than surrender 宁为玉碎,不为瓦全nìng wéi yù suì, bù wéi wǎ quán Better to persevere than face destruction by standing out 抛砖引玉pāo zhuān yǐn yù Modestly allow others to contribute to conversation by making a silly remark 香消玉损xiāng xiāo yù sǔn Spoken of on the death of a beautiful young woman 玉不琢不成器yù bù zhuó bù chén qì Training and discipline are needed to build character
One of China's great accomplishments that is genuinely awe-inspiring is the Great Wall. On our page describing the wall we debunk some of the many myths surrounding its construction. For centuries the wall has stood unused and so large sections have fallen into disrepair. The sections to the north of Beijing are the most visited and here the Great Wall snakes its way up and over mountains. Read More
A fine Chinese meal is a carefully balanced mixtures of flavors, textures, colors and food types. Although Western fast food has made major inroads in the cities there is still a great appreciation as food as one of the finer pleasures in life. Etiquette at formal banquets is important for visitors to understand before visiting China. Each region in China has its own variations with regional specialities, the cuisine in Guangdong is very different from that of Gansu. Read More
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