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Court Ladies of the Former Shu State

AS one of the oldest and most important genres of traditional Chinese painting, figure painting saw a revival in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) after decades of decline in the previous dynasties. Ming artists ...

May 1, 2016, Sunday


Old school Shanghai breakfast

To truly understand what a city is made of, try to taste it....

April 24, 2016, Sunday


How Han heirs became the He family

Initially, the family name He was an accident — the result of a mispronunciation that was never corrected....

April 24, 2016, Sunday


Nine Dragons

FOR thousands of years the dragon has been highly revered in China. The legendary creature is deeply ingrained in Chinese culture, and images of dragons can be found on artifacts dating back more than ...

April 17, 2016, Sunday


The categorization of the gua and its underlying meaning

TO briefly reassess what we have learned about the I Ching, let’s remember that a full set consists of 64 gua, which belong to either the yin sphere or the yang sphere, with exactly 32 gua in each. There ...

April 10, 2016, Sunday


Spring Morning in the Han Palace

HANGONG Chunxiao Tu or Spring Morning in the Han Palace has long been cherished by Chinese art lovers as one the top 10 masterpieces in traditional Chinese painting. The 30.6 x 574.1 centimeter, ink and ...

April 3, 2016, Sunday


I Ching and binary algorithm

GUA and their sequences in I Ching by binary method Is the mathematical logic underpinning I Ching gua a precursor to the binary system? The answer is still the subject of ongoing discussions among experts. ...

March 27, 2016, Sunday


Yangliuqing New Year Painting

WHEN talking about traditional Chinese painting, people usually think of artworks created either by imperial court painters or by so-called literati painters. But there is another quite distinctive form ...

March 20, 2016, Sunday


Apply gua in I Ching for risk control

THE Yarrow Stalk Method and the probability distribution of yao We have studied the I Ching hexagram based on the knowledge of binary arithmetic in the past issues, we will shed more light on the question ...

March 13, 2016, Sunday


Monk in a Red Robe

HONGYI Luohan Tu, or Monk in a Red Robe, has long been cherished by Chinese scholars as a rare gem in traditional Chinese painting. It was painted more than 700 years ago by Zhao Mengfu (1254-1322), ...

March 6, 2016, Sunday




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