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Chinese Names In The Chinese Culture

Chinese Names In The Chinese Culture Naming conventions are different in the Chinese culture when they are compared to Western naming conventions in that Chinese names are written with the family name first proceeded by the given name. Chinese people address each other by their full names. When Chinese people do business with Westerners they … [Read More…]

Dating Chinese College Girls!

Dating Chinese College Girls! Considering dating Chinese college girls? Many Chinese college girls these days are quite different to the previous generations. Whereas before Chinese girls expected and accepted that after graduation they would quickly get a job and get married and settle into a stable yet possibly dull life, nowadays there are many Chinese … [Read More…]

Tiger Chinese Horoscopes 2012 Full Prediction

Tiger Chinese Horoscopes 2012 Full Prediction Occupying the 3rd position on the Chinese Zodiac, the Tiger symbolizes such character traits as bravery, competitiveness and unpredictability. Tigers love to be challenged and will accept any challenge if it means protecting a loved one or protecting their honor. Wealth Horoscopes 2012 Prediction for Tiger Hard earned savings … [Read More…]

Have a Baby Boy – The Chinese Way

Have a Baby Boy – The Chinese Way There are different ways available if you want to have a baby boy. There are natural methods, there are that will advise you what to eat, and there are technology-based procedures too. Another effective way of conceiving a baby boy is through the use of an ancient … [Read More…]

Interesting Chinese Name Culture

Interesting Chinese Name Culture How Many Surnames in China? According to the records of the One Hundred Family Names (a book about the Chinese surnames which was written in the early years of the Northern Song Dynasty), there are 408 monosyllabic surnames and 30 hyphenated surnames in China. But by today’s statistics and other ancient … [Read More…]