It happens to the best of us. Biking, walking, driving; No matter what form of transportation we opt for, we can’t escape it that feeling of frustration that grows inside of us, that is, none other than Road Rage. In Mandarin, this is called lù nù ｜路怒. However, the term road rage typically describes irrational frustration and anger as a driver of a vehicle. In this blog, I’d like to discuss situations when you have road rage resulting from other bad drivers –literally and simply rage while being on the road.
Chinese Science Fiction is a fascinating, unique genre that has many interesting authors. Those who may not have read any science fiction before may not know where to start, and those used to Western Science Fiction may be uncertain of their enjoyment of it. Read on to find out the best place to start reading Chinese Science Fiction to see if it suits you!
Featuring some of the best Chinese hip-hop artists, the Strawberry Music Festival in Shanghai was lit! Not only were there performances, but there were rap battles too. This article will attempt to answer a common question posed by hip-hop enthusiasts. Who are the best Chinese hip-hop artists?
China is very attached to its ancient roots, and, as a result, certain cultural practices can be, at the very least, disorienting for foreigners and language learners. Chinese humor is excellent in illustrating this very point!
If you have spent any time in China you have probably have heard about Chinese Medicine; It is more than 2000 years old, it is based on ancient texts (the oldest being the Huángdì Nèijīng (黄帝内经) compiled by unknown authors between 300 and 1000 BCE) and extensive clinical observation and testing. However, it is also based on Chinese philosophy and habits of civilizations based on years of human experience and interaction with the natural world. Western medicine and Chinese Medicine are capable of complementing each other as they often focus on different things. While Western Medicine tends to categorize illnesses into individual parts or symptoms, the Chinese approach is a more holistic approach that incorporates the physiological and psychological of the individual. The phrase “cure the source, not just the symptoms” (治标不治本 – zhìbiāo bù zhìběn) is at the core of Chinese Medicine.