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"You discover who you are by acting naturally." Old Chinese proverb. Recover our true nature!

“The clouds above us join and separate, The breeze in the courtyard leaves and returns. Life is like that, so why not relax? Who can stop us from celebrating?”  ― Lu Yu

“The clouds above us join and separate, The breeze in the courtyard leaves and returns. Life is like that, so why not relax? Who can stop us from celebrating?

"You don't understand me." (Chinese)

i need to learn this so i can make some sick art with it and show it off to my parents and they will literally not understand it

How the currents carried them home... and the waves roared wild... xo

Foreign Relationship Words That Should Have English Counterparts

緣分 (yuanfen) (n.) a relationship by fate or destiny; the binding force between two people

Chinese 'Thousand Miles' Quote from Dao de jing. Use the quote for your Chinese tattoo.

Are you considering getting a Chinese Character Tattoo? We've got some suggestions to find a sensible Chinese tattoo that won't make you regret your decision.

“Be not afraid of going slowly, be afraid only of standing still.”  -- Chinese Proverb – on Dragoon Mountain , Arizona, image taken by Florence McGinn -- Nature creates a connected world, and to FIGHT TO SAVE THE WORLD’S LARGEST PRIMATE, the world’s leading conservation organizations  are not standing still.  They have united to save the endangered, eastern lowland gorilla -- https://www.examiner.com/article/fight-to-save-world-s-largest-primate

“Be not afraid of going slowly, be afraid only of standing still.” -- Chinese Proverb – on Dragoon Mountain , Arizona, image taken by Florence McGinn

Yin-Yang:  How seemingly opposite or contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate with one another

ying/yang-opposite or contrary forces yet interconnected and interdependent in the natural world as they interrelate to one another. Many natural dualities are thought of as physical manifestations of the yin-yang concept.

"When the root is deep, there is no reason to fear the wind." Typo by ES

"When the root is deep, there is no reason to fear the wind; Cuando la rain es profound no hay razor para temper el viento.

A great book edited by #Eames Office Education Director and Charles Eames' granddaughter:  CARLA HARTMAN His words have been captured in this smart and playful book of quotations compiled by the Eames Office and Herman Miller. Originally published in 2007 for the centennial of his birth, “100 Eames Quotes” features one hundred timeless Charles Eames quotes printed in six languages (English, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese.)

A great book edited by #Eames Office Education Director and Charles Eames' granddaughter: CARLA HARTMAN His words have been captured in this smart and playful book of quotations compiled by the Eames Office and Herman Miller. Originally published in 2007 for the centennial of his birth, “100 Eames Quotes” features one hundred timeless Charles Eames quotes printed in six languages (English, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese.)

"Fuck Off" (Chinese: 不合作的方式) was a controversial art exhibition which ran alongside the Third Shanghai Biennale (2000), which itself was the city's first attempt at a truly international survey of contemporary art. The exhibition’s title translates as "Uncooperative Attitude" in Chinese, but the blunter English language sentiment was deemed preferable.

:: Art exhibition in Shangaï - The exhibition’s title translates as "Uncooperative Attitude" in Chinese, but the blunter English language sentiment was deemed preferable.

千里之行,始于足下qiān lǐ zhī xíng, shǐ yú zú xià A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Double tap if you agree and tag a friend that needs to see this! FOR MORE→ mandarinhq.com

千里之行,始于足下qiān lǐ zhī xíng, shǐ yú zú xià A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Double tap if you agree and tag a friend that needs to see this! FOR MORE→ mandarinhq.com

This Chinese quote is all about taking your time and learning step by step instead of rushing. Doing it step by step makes the learning more efficient. Take time to achieve each step of your learning and make sure you master them. "Learn to walk before you run." The Chinese quote " 一口吃不成胖子" literally means: "you cannot get fat with only one mouthful". This literal meaning is really funny but also very representative. You can easily imagine that you can't become fatter if you don't eat enough

This Chinese quote is all about taking your time and learning step by step…

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