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In Chinese fung shui, water is meant to help the flow balance, harmony and prosperity into one's life. The water should be flowing and not stagnant. For this reason, many Chinese will have a little water garden, pond, or even a small water ornamental feature inside their home or office.
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This question was a bit confusing because I don't know that lungs (the organ) are a symbol of Chinese culture. But now I'm thinking you might mean the Chinese word "long" (whi…ch is pronounced much the way "lung" is pronounced in English). "Long" is the Mandarin word for "dragon". The dragon is the traditional symbol of the emperor, while the Phoenix is the symbol of the empress. That's why the dragon is significant to the Chinese (at least, that's about all I can fill you in on). In the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, it says that Dragon means Chinese Myth. A supernatural creature (Chinese "lung") of ancient and uncertain origin, in popular belief connected with rain and flood. The dragon is a symbol of the Emperor, of good fortune, and of the yang as opposed to the yin, and is usually beneficent being。
The crane is the most popular bird in Chinese history and is a symbol of longevity and auspiciousness. In ancient China the crane was regarded as having a long life span and o…ne Chinese legend says that a immortal rode a crane to heaven. The crane also represents a lasting soaring spirit, health, and happiness. In ancient China crane images were embroidered on robes of first-rank officials so the crane was held in high esteem and known as a first-rank bird. Cranes are usually painted with other symbols of longevity such as pine trees and peaches. Cranes with peony flowers symbolize longevity and prosperity. Cranes and lotus symbolize longevity and purity.
里(pronounced : li ) or 内(pronounced : nei)
The colour red is traditionally an auspicious color in Chinese culture and represents happiness or good luck. At Chinese new year, red packets are given out to relatives as a …sign of luck and prosperity in the coming year. Chinese weddings usually feature red as a prominent color (instead of white as is the case in most western weddings). In almost all aspects of Chinese life, for thousands of years before the birth of Karl Marx, red has been a color of tantamount importance.
English: how are you? Chinese: 你好吗？ pronunce like： ne hao ma
The withered grass symbolizes in the Chinese culture that the dragon is insulted because a ruler doesn't follow its advice or that people of the area did not honor its …importance. So, the dragon stop making rain or make storms or floods.
tangerines symbol of good luck. oranges are a symbol of fortune/wealth.
In Chinese traditional culture, yellow (gold) symbolizes richness and nobleness, only royal families had the privilege to use it.
The Chinese believe dragons are really important and symbolize a life of peace and happiness
Culture includes things like society structure and values, language, food, religion and spirituality, literature, music, dancing, arts, architecture. China is one of the w…orld's oldest cultures, going back thousands of years old and there are 56 officially recognized ethnic groups in China each with their own sub culture. So the topic of Chinese culture cannot be summed up in a paragraph or two. I suggest you look at wikipedia.
Well I know that in the Taoist religion, the Bird symbolizes Immortality. However, because there are many other religions such as Buddhism, and Confucianism in China, its very… likely it means something different to many different types of Chinese people.
yin and yang are the two opposing principles in nature *written in Chinese characters: 阴阳, they contains 月，日, which means the Moon and the Sun *yin yang could mean… that: 1.the northern and southern side of a hill 2. the sky and the ground 3. the Moon and the Sun 4. Night and Day 7. Cold and Hot 8. Autumn&Winter and Spring&Summer 9. Thunder&Lighting and Rain&Snow 10. monarch and minister 11. Husband and wife 12. Female and Male 13. Female and Male reproductive organs 14. Close and Open 15. the nether world and the world of the living .... and a lot more
In Chinese culture, koi fish are a symbol of success and wealth. Koi fish are actually more of a symbol in Japanese culture, however. They can mean several different things:in…dependent mindedstrong willed and stubbornsurpassing of expectationsvictorious deeds
ni or nin (more formal) for singular nimen or ninmen for plural In chinese characters: 你 You > singular 您 们 > You (formal) plural
In Chinese culture, the color black is associated with the element water, cold temperatures, the direction north, the planet Mercury and the season of winter.