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The Black Spectrum of Meaning Qing Wen PREMIUM

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  • The Black Spectrum of Meaning Qing Wen PREMIUM

    This is the second in a series of Qing Wen shows about colors and their symbolic meanings in Chinese culture. This week's show focuses on the color black, 黑 (hēi). Connie (and many other Chinese women), unlike many women in the west, are loath to tanning. What's the reason behind this? Listen to today's show to learn about this and other phenomena related to the color black.

    John, Connie, Liliana
    QW0137
    Intermediate
    colors, culture, grammar, black, illegal

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