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" (which 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。
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The dragon symbol in Chinese culture symbolizes dignity and the power for good. The dragon is also the most potent symbol of good fortune.
The rooster is recognized as a symbol for honesty in Chinese culture. A Celtic symbol for honesty is the fir tree.
In Chinese culture the colour red is a symbol of luck and fortune.
tangerines symbol of good luck. oranges are a symbol of fortune/wealth.
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:independent mindedstrong willed and stubbornsurpassing of expectationsvictorious deeds
I have read somewhere that in Chinese culture the full moon represents reunion.
It can be a symbol of bravery (men) in Latin American culture It can also be a symbol of the Chinese Zodiac year of the rooster
This is the Chinese symbol for confidence http://www.chinatownconnection.com/chinese-symbol-confidence.htm
Plus symbol (chinese): + Minus symbol (chinese): -
Chinese introduced rice to Japanese culture.
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The Chinese symbol for mom is "媽媽" in traditional Chinese and "妈妈" in simplified Chinese.
Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck. Five-clawed dragon was a symbol of the Chinese emperors.
The Chinese symbol for 'strong' is 强. In pinyin it is 'qiang'.
The tiger is considered a powerful and majestic creature in Chinese culture; it bears a "王" symbol on it's forehead which means "king" in Chinese. The tiger is considered the king of the forest, and is a mighty beast.
No, the dragon has become a symbol or a kind of belief. Chinese New Year has nothing to do with the dragon. However, the dragon has become part of Chinese culture, it can be use any time any where.
Sinophobia is the name of the phobia relating to the fear of the Chinese or Chinese culture
Jewish culture doesn't have a symbol for a kiss.
The symbol here is for thank you: http://www.chinatownconnection.com/chinese-symbol-thank-you.htm
The dragon in Chinese culture, unlike in western cultures, is viewed as a good omen, and are naturally affiliated with air and water. It can mean good luck, prosperity or power, depending on the circumstance. It is also used as the symbol of the Chinese emperor before the fall of the Qing dynasty.
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Chinese Culture University was created in 1962.
Korea was a country settled by Chinese and part of China from beginning, so most of Korean culture were not different than mainland Chinese culture. Chinese culture also spread to Japan through Korea.