Yubu is one of the radicals in the Chinese character index, 173 of the 214 radicals in the Kangxi Dictionary (the seventh with eight strokes). As far as Traditional and Simplified Chinese are concerned, Yubu belongs to the eight-stroke radical. Rain Department only uses the upper part as the word. If there are no other radicals available, the radical will be classified as Yubu. The head of the word rain is often used as a symbol, and the words using rain as a symbol are mostly related to rain or the sky. Such as snow, zero, Xiao, etc.
The Chinese zodiac, also known as the zodiac or the twelve-year animal, is the twelve kinds of animals representing the year, called the twelve zodiac. There are different animals in each culture. Among them, the Chinese culture is rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, and horse. , Sheep, monkey, chicken, dog, pig. They are matched with the twelve earthly branches (Zi, Chou, Yin, Mao, Chen, Si, Wu, Wei, Shen, You, Xu, Hai) in turn, forming Zimo, Chou Niu, Yinhu, Maotu, Chenlong, Si Snake, Wuma, Weiyang, Shenhou, Youji, Xugou, Haizhu. Chinese people often use the Lunar New Year as the new year’s zodiac and the symbolic animal for their birth year as the zodiac.[全文 Read More…]
Staple food refers to the main food on the traditional table, and is also the main source of energy required for human life. Since staple food is the main source of intake of carbohydrates (especially starch), rice, wheat, corn and other grains with starch as the main component, as well as tuber foods such as potatoes and sweet potatoes are regarded as staple foods by people in different regions. Generally speaking, the staple food contains more carbohydrates.
The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important traditional festival in the Chinese character cultural circle. It is the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar every year, from September to the beginning of October in the Gregorian calendar. According to the lunar calendar, August is the second month of autumn. It was called Mid-Autumn Festival in ancient China. Therefore, it is called Mid-Autumn Festival by the people and is one of the four traditional festivals of the Han people.[全文 Read More…]
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