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Chinese (Manadarin)
   word for 'peace' is   
He Ping
China
Chinese
   is an official language of   
China
The official language, or dominant dialect is Standard Mandarin.
Chinese
   is an official language of   
Hong Kong
Chinese
   is an official language of   
Macau
Chinese
   is an official language of   
Taiwan
Chinese
   is an official language of   
Singapore
Shen-Lung
   is   
The Chinese Spiritual Dragon Who is Also the New Year Good Luck Dragon
Controls the wind and rain.
Simple Chinese Cooking
   was written by   
Kylie Kwong
Owner and Executive Chef of Billy Kwong Restuarant, Surry Hills, Sydney
Si Ling-Chi
   was   
A Chinese Empress, First to Spin Silk
Chinese
   for "I Love You" is   
Wo Ai Ni
108 B.C.
      
Han Chinese Commanderies in Korea
Sinophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Chinese
Malaysia
   has the National Plant   
Chinese Hibiscus
South Dakota
   has   
Mt. Rushmore and a Chinese Ring-necked Pheasant
Joined in 1889, quarter released in 2006
T’ang, Shang, Ming, Sung, Han
   are all   
Chinese Dynasties
It’s Not Possible to Play Scrabble in Japanese or Chinese
   is   
True
They play in English with a rule book in their own language
The Chinese Used Tea As Money
   is   
True
It was pressed into bricks and used as currency
Tsingtao, Yanjing, Zhujiang
   are all   
Chinese Beers
Horse, Ram, Monkey, Ox, Dog, Dragon
   are all   
Chinese Zodiac Animals
The others are: Tiger, Rat, Rabbit, Snake, Rooster, and Pig.
Guilty Chinese Scholar Tree
   is found in   
China
The Emperor Chongzhen hung himself on this tree.
A Chinese Crested
   is classed as   
Toy
A Chinese Shar-Pei
   is classed as   
Non Sporting
Yáng Lìwěi
   was   
The First Person Launched by a Chinese Space Program
His mission, Shenzhou 5, made the PRC the third country to independently send people into space.
Chinese Armored Scorpion
   is found in   
China
Mesobuthus martensii
John Alden Carpenter
   composed   
"Water-Colors: Four Chinese Tone Poems"
Egon Schiele
   painted   
Self-portrait With Chinese Lanterns
Oil and opaque watercolour on wood, expressionism, 1912; Leopold Museum, Vienna
Chinese Cabbage
   belongs to the family   
Brassicaceae
Brassica rapa chinesis
No. 14
   has the nickname   
Chinese Fir
Ban Zhao
   was a   
Chinese Historian
First female Chinese historian; 45-116 CE
Cao Cao
   was a   
Chinese Military Leader
And military strategist. Chancellor of the Eastern Han Dynasty; 155-220
Confucius
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Traditionally 551-479 BC
Han Fei
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Helped develop the philosophy of Legalism; c. 280-233 BCE
Laozi
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Central figure in Taoism; 6th century BCE
Qin Shi Huangdi
   was a   
Chinese Emperor
Formed China's first united empire in 221 BCE
Qu Yuan
   was a   
Chinese Poet
Works found in anthology known as Chu Ci; c. 340-278 BCE
Shi Huangdi
   was a   
Chinese Emperor
Became the first emperor of a unified China in 221 BCE
Sima Xingru
   was a   
Chinese Musician
One of Imperial China's most revered players of the 7-string zither; 179-117 BCE
Wang Bi
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Most important works are commentaries on the Dao De Jing and the I Ching
Wang Chong
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Flourished during the Han Dynasty; c. 27-100 AD
Wang Xizhi
   was a   
Chinese Calligrapher
303-361; traditionally referred to as the Sage of Calligraphy
Xie Lingyun
   was a   
Chinese Poet
One of the foremost poets of the Southern and Northern Dynasties; 385-433 CE
Xunzi
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Confucian philosopher who lived during the Warring States Period
Chinese Wisteria
   has the Latin name   
Wisteria Sinensis
Dai Sijie
   wrote   
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
Translated from French by Ina Rilke, 2002
6925 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA
   is the address of   
Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Ban Zhao
   was a   
Chinese Historian
First female Chinese historian; 45-116 CE
Cao Cao
   was a   
Chinese Politician
Chancellor of the Eastern Han Dynasty; 155-220
Confucius
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Traditionally 551-479 BC
Shi Huangdi
   was a   
Chinese Emperor
Became the first emperor of a unified China in 221 BCE
Wang Xizhi
   was a   
Chinese Calligrapher
303-361; traditionally referred to as the Sage of Calligraphy






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