A giant dragon robe has appeared in a field in east China's Jiangsu Province, after local villagers spent four months growing their crops to form the shape. The robe is over 190 meters long and 150 meters wide, and creating it was a formidable task. As it was difficult to survey and sketch the shape of the robe, the villagers set over 15,000 positioning points in the field and planted rapeseed, wheat and bushes according to the points. After four months of hard work, the dragon robe finally emerged. The local government will establish a more than 10 meter high viewing deck to enable tourists to better appreciate the robe. To add even more excitement for visitors, the robe contains a design of two dragons playing with a ball that is not just a decoration, but also a maze. Dragon robes were the everyday dress for Chinese emperors after the Sui Dynasty (581-618 AD). More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=347611 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
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Our newest addition to the GettingSoldOnEbay channel is our LAST MINUTE series. These are Real TIme screen captures of some of our recent auctions. This auction jumps nearly $800 in the last minute and to say the least we were excited. This item came to us on consignment from a Oriental Antiquities gallery here in the states. To learn about our book and DVD Training visit http://GettingSoldOnEbay.com
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TURN ON CAPTIONS FOR ENG SUB CLICK 'SHOW MORE' & SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFO + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Loosely based on the actual history, Emperor Zhenzong (眞宗) had two chief consorts, Li (李) and Liu (劉). Consort Li gave birth to a royal son and would become empress. Jealous, Consort Liu plotted with eunuch Guo Huai (郭槐) to replace the newborn prince with a skinned wild cat. The emperor believed that Li gave birth to a demon and confined her within the Cold Palace. Liu was appointed a new empress instead. Liu ordered palace maid Kou Zhu (寇珠) to kill the baby at the Golden Water Bridge (金水橋). But Kou Zhu was too kind to do so. As she sat crying at the bridge, Chief Eunuch Chen Lin (陳琳) passed by. He was carrying a box of fruits from the royal garden to the Eighth Prince (八王), a younger brother of Emperor Zhenzong. Kou Zhu told Chen Lin everything. Chen Lin then hid the baby in the box and carried it to the Eighth Prince outside the palace. The prince raised the baby as his own son. To conceal her deeds, Empress Liu persuaded the emperor to grant a white silk to Consort Li and order her to hang herself to death. The people of the Cold Palace loved Consort Li and attempted to help her. Eunuchs Yu Zhong (余忠) and Qin Feng (秦风) sacrificed their own lives to help the consort flee from the palace complex. Kou Zhu also committed suicide after being tortured by Guo Huai who wanted to force her to confirm if the baby had actually died. After escaping from the palace, Consort Li drifted from place to place throughout the country and lived as a beggar. She missed her son so much and cried for him everyday until she lost her sights. Years later, Emperor Zhenzong died without an heir. The Eighth Prince's son, or in fact Zhenzong's son, was selected to succeed to the throne. The boy became Emperor Renzong (仁宗), whilst Empress Liu became Empress Dowager Liu and served as the regent until Renzong became mature enough. Twenty years later, Bao Zheng (包拯), Lord Prefect of Kaifeng, the capital city of China at that time, traveled to Chenzhou to inspect government affairs. On his way back to Kaifeng, he found Consort Li. This led to a series of investigations and trials. After obtaining Guo Huai's confession, Lord Bao informed Emperor Renzong of the truth. The emperor was in shock and felt impossible to believe Bao's findings. Bao advised the emperor to punish Empress Dowager Liu and bring his true mother back home. But the emperor was reluctant to make any decision, as he could not chose between the natural mother and the foster mother.
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A RARE Han Gilt Bronze Scroll weight mislisted as Qing, fine Famille Rose vase, several fine silk robes. Also a look at a great and rare Beijing enamel Kettle on Stand. Numerous porcelains and a Meiji Japanese mixed metal bronze accidentally listed as Chinese.
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Master So - performing Swimming dragon movements wearing traditional Shaolin Buddhist Temple robe - time lapse photography. Master So demonstrates his Inner energy rejuvenation Qigong Tai Chi wearing his Buddhist robe. Videoed at The YMCA of Austin, June 2015 Master So demonstrates his special Qigong Tai Chi movements. He calls these movements energy enhanced Tai Chi. That is, Tai Chi with a special energy focus. In addition to Qigong, Master/Dr. Yong So has also received his Doctor's degree in Oriental Medicine in South Korea and the United States. He successfully integrates the 2,000 year Oriental medical tradition with Qigong’s 4,000 year history of healing and health. Master So offers hands on healing and Qigong acupressure to treat many chronic conditions. Master So has taught Qigong and Tai Chi at the University Level. He is a tenth dan (tenth degree) black belt in Hapkido, he is also President of the Universal Martial Arts Association. He continues to instruct many police agencies and U.S. Marshals in self defense tactics. Experience in the real world and the unseen forces. Master So has lived a varied and full life. As a youth and member of South Korean Military's Special Forces stationed in South Vietnam, to five years as a Buddhist monk at the world renown Shaolin Temple. His invitation to live in America by the U.S.military and his subsequent study of Traditional Oriental Medicine has lead to his creating a successful private healing and teaching practice. For over four decades now, Master So has been successfully treating illness with his focused Qigong skills and as a Doctor of Traditional Oriental Medicine with its acknowledged techniques. He specializes in diagnosing and treating chronic illnesses, as well as sexual dysfunction. His traditional laying of hands Qigong treatment differs from Western medical therapy, it is non-invasive, (no injections, no surgery) and uses neither surgical instruments, nor medications. Master So Qigong Healing Consultations via Skype Video Chat. Totally private, From the convenience of your own home. Initial $75.00 fee is applicable to the overall treatment plan. Please view the site below for more information. http://qigonghealingandhealth.blogspot.com/p/healing.html Master So Qigong Class schedule and locations. Austin YMCA, Southwest campus 6219 Oakclaire Dr. Austin, TX 78735 (512) 891-9622 Thursdays 10:45 - 11:30 AM Austin YMCA, Buda campus 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. Buda, TX 78610 (512) 523-0099 Wednesday 7:00 - 8:30 PM Tai Chi Classes Austin YMCA, Southwest campus 6219 Oakclaire Dr. Austin, TX 78735 (512) 891-9622 Thursdays 9:15 - 10:45 AM 12:40 - 1:40 PM (Senior Tai Chi) Austin YMCA, Buda campus 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. Buda, TX 78610 (512) 523-0099 Wednesday 5:30 - 7:00 PM Saturday 12:30 - 2:00 PM San Antonio YMCA, Thousand Oaks campus 16103 Henderson Pass, San Antonio, TX 78232 (210) 494-5292 Sunday 3:15 - 4:45 PM Monday 7:00 - 8:00 PM
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China has her own special wedding attire. Patterned with dragon and phoenix, red color means good luck and happiness in China. All these elements we can find in the traditional wedding clothes. Chinese embroidery with a long history has been an important part of the treasure of Chinese traditional art and crafts. It's widely use in Chinese traditional wedding clothes design.
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An ancestor worship ritual of Qing Dynasty was staged at a royal tomb in NE China during the National Day holiday, drawing large crowds of on-lookers.
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In the West, Guo Pei is known for making the canary-yellow gown Rihanna wore at this year’s Met Gala in New York. Growing up during the Cultural Revolution and China’s opening up, Guo shares how the country’s past has shaped her designs and innovations. Photo/Video: Menglin Huang/The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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China: In The Shadow Of The Great Red Robe This documentary presents the history of three legendary brands of tea as a backdrop for introducing it's viewers to the unique cultural and natural values of the Fujian and Zhejiang provinces, located in south-eastern China. The Wuyi mountains are home to the growing and manufacturing of over 800 different varieties of tea . Among those is the rock-growing shrub of Da Hong Pao, a tea more precious than gold. The six, mother trees, of this tea variety, are over 2 centuries old and can be found growing on the rocky cliff in Jiu Long Ke. At the feet of the mountains lie some magnificent plantations, home to many local families that have worked in the tea plantations for generations, their history and future fate entwined with the green bush. This is one of the cleanest and most natural areas of China. One of those families, the Liangs, also manufactures the Lapsang Souchong brand renowned for a taste reminisent of Scotch whiskey and Cuban cigars. The village of Longjing (Dragon Well) is home to some of the most charming tea gardens that have a striking resemblance to those found in Hangzhou, the ancient Chinese capital. During the March-April harvest the leaves of Longjing, one of the noblest brands of Chinese teas, are collected. The history of teas also serve as an unconventional tool to show the past and sociological portrait of the Middle Kingdom. All those stories and ingredients are intertwined with recordings of ceremonies and celebrations connected with the Chinese tea culture. PL: Chiny: W Cieniu Wielkiej Czerwonej Szaty - Historia trzech legendarnych herbat jest kanwą do pokazania unikatowych wartości kulturowych i przyrodniczych prowincji Fujian i Zhejiang, w południowo – wschodnich Chinach. Góry Wuyi są obszarem na którym rośnie i wyrabia się ponad 800 różnorodnych odmian herbaty. Wśród nich znajduje się m.in. skalna Da Hong Pao, herbata cenniejsza od złota. Sześć, kilkusetletnich krzewów – matek tej odmiany rośnie nadal na kamiennym urwisku w miejscowości Jiulong Ke. U podnóża gór rozciągają się wspaniałe plantacje. Wiele rodzin od pokoleń pracuje w tym nieskazitelnie czystym środowisku naturalnym, wiążąc swój los z liśćmi zielonego krzewu. Należy do nich również rodzina Liang, która zajmuje się wyrobem herbaty Lapsang Souchong. Herbaty, której smak przypomina mieszankę szkockiej whisky i kubańskiego cygara. W miejscowości Longjing – Studnia Smoka, urzekają z kolei – podobnie jak w starożytnej stolicy Chin Hangzhou – wspaniałe herbaciane ogrody. Podczas marcowo – kwietniowych zbiorów do koszyków trafiają liście herbaty Longjing, najszlachetniejszej z chińskich herbat. Przybliżając historię herbat autor w niekonwencjonalny sposób pokazuje także dzieje i portret socjologiczny społeczeństwa Państwa Środka. Całość uzupełniają ceremoniały związane z chińską kulturą herbaty.
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5 Unidentified Flying Creatures Caught On Tape & Spotted In Real Life! Description: Man has always looked to the skies for hope or out of fear of what’s to come, and has told stories of strange creatures that live in the clouds. The ability to fly or levitate is oftentimes associated with supernatural powers such as possession or magic, and to this day we tell stories of people who fly. What if these stories are real?? These are 5 unidentified flying creatures caught on camera & spotted in real life. Let’s begin! 5.) Flying Humanoid Caught in Peru https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqIMePCGWmc This footage allegedly captures what appears to be a human-like being floating or flying above a city in Peru. The footage was captured by Cesar Rodriguez, a video producer in Puerto Maldonado. The footage was uploaded by Anthony Choy, a Peruvian based UFOlogist and journalist, lending to its credibility. The strange figure appears to be wearing either a cape or perhaps robes as it floats above the city. There is yelling as spectators point to the figure in the sky above. After a few minutes, the figure flies off into the clouds, and we lose sight of it. This is the only known footage of the sighting. 4.) Flying Creature in Pennsylvania https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1dB9L-ULhg This video captures what appears to be a reptilian flying creature in the skies of Pennsylvania. The creature, which appears to be a dragon or as some have suggested a pterodactyl, flies near the heavy, grey clouds in an overcast day. While the creature easily blends into the skyline, we can make out some features. Its wings are large, and pointed. It has a small, round body, and a long, slender tail that trails out behind it. This is the only known video of this sighting, and perhaps due to the unfavorable, dark, windy conditions the only sighting of the creature on this day. 3.) Floating Girl in Forest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjHMc3FA7n8 This video, captured by a Russian man, shows what appears to be a little girl floating over her parent. The man discovers the pair as he walks his dog through woods. As he chases the dog, he finds the daughter and guardian. The girl seems to float at twice the height of the adult, leaning forward as if she is practicing how to fly. The man records the two, but the little girl realizes she is there. He tries to hide, and the two begin to flee. Just what was it that the man found in the woods? Aliens, witches, super humans? There is no knowing. 2.) Flying Humanoid in Turkey http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8d2_1455734325 This CCTV captured in Turkey shows a strange, small, humanoid creature walking up and down an empty street at night. At first, the creature might be mistaken for a child due to its small stature and humanoid silhouette, though upon closer inspection it appears as if it may be even smaller than a child, perhaps even the size of a newborn or small animal. Then, effortlessly, it takes a step off the ground and floats into the air. It flies off screen for a few seconds, and then returns to the ground below, walking across the street. What could the origin of this strange creature be? Could it be a ghost, fairy, or perhaps a djinn of Islamic folklore? In a country as old as Turkey, anything is possible. 1.) Dragon Caught Flying Over Mountains in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTeL8zZjNSA Note: The second half of this video is the flying creature of Pennsylvania video. The uploaders of this video spliced that into make longer but they are two different videos. Dragons have always had a special place in the history and mythology of China. Long, serpent-like dragons are often the subjects of art, films, and represented in celebrations. Dragon bones, or fossils, are used in homeopathic remedies. Some believe that dragons may have actually been dinosaurs that were able to escape extinction, and that perhaps those reptilian animals responsible for legends of dragons might even be alive today. It’s no surprise that China is the subject of many reported dragon sightings, but this sighting may surprise you. In this footage captured by a Chinese man, the dragon appears incredibly western with its reptilian wings, short body, and hind legs. The creature appears to fly effortlessly over the mountains below. The area appears remote, so this may be the only footage of such a sighting. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe In 1986 three and a half million cases of Guinea Worm were reported. Now, with only a handful of cases left in the world, will this disease that has plagued humans for millenia finally be eradicated? Lifelines is an eight-part documentary series exploring the work being done across the globe to control, eliminate and eradicate neglected diseases and conditions. Join the conversation: Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/lifelines Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AJLifelines Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AJLifelines Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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For higher resolution watch http://www.ntdtv.com / to watch more on youtube : http://youtube.com/user/NTDTV choose playlist and then "Asia Talk" In this episode of Asia Talk, you will learn more about the traditions of lions and dragons in Chinese holiday celebrations. Today host Shelley Zhang visits with you dragon and lion dancers in New York City ahead of the Chinese New Year.
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A Nine Dragon Wall or Nine Dragon Screen / 九龙壁 is a type of screen wall with reliefs of nine different Chinese dragons. Such walls are typically found in imperial Chinese palaces and gardens. In ancient times, in order to prevent wandering ghosts or spirits from sneaking into private residences, people set up a screen wall in front of their houses. Once wandering ghosts or spirits approached, they would see their own horrendous images, and then they would be scared away. The Nine-Dragon Wall was built in 1733 (the 38th year of Emperor Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty), dating back over 200 years. It is 67 feet long and 11.5 feet tall. A legend explains the reasons why there are 9 dragons as opposed to 8 or 10. According to Zhou Yi (one of the oldest of the Chinese classic texts), nine symbolizes yang. Ancient Chinese categorized numbers into yang numbers and yin numbers. Odd numbers signify yang, while even numbers represent yin, and nine is the largest yang number. It stands for the ultimate and the principle of Way. The dragon in the middle is the principle dragon, while those on either side are ascending dragons and descending dragons respectively. The principle dragon is in yellow, which is the noblest color, so emperor’s robes were yellow.
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Lesson 1 - https://youtu.be/AM0SLgFgBDc Tin Yat Dragon YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/tinyatdragon Website - https://www.tinyatdragon.com Blog - https://www.tinyatdragon.com/blogs/spiritual I ching starts from the foundation of bagua, and why do we have a Bagua robe in Taoism? It is definitely not just a piece of clothing for show, it's a real magical tool, which is specifically designed to do magic, and not just a random design. Understanding the I ching and bagua is not enough, because in Taoism we will use these symbols and ciodes for real energy work, which we call "Taoist magic", and it is now put to a practical use, and not just as a divination tool.. Understanding the bagua and i ching is very important, because it is the foundation of many theories in Taoism. What most people know about the i ching is often the misleading path, and it leads you to nowhere but just a book-worm. Here you will see how its dowe without using any books, but your own wisdom and to understand the patterns! ===SCROLL DOWN FOR COUPONS!=== Best led Lights & Flashlights sales - http://goo.gl/MExAwK Best selling phones collection - http://goo.gl/ZJk25A 【Flash Sale】: http://goo.gl/LoVXdy 【Today's top coupons & offers】: http://goo.gl/Z65mTF GEARBEST SPECIAL CATEGORY COUPON - Valid when product not on sales LED Lights and Flashlights GB17LED - 12% off - http://goo.gl/qSHKRd MOBILE PHONES GBMBP - 8% off - http://goo.gl/pnmsQA Camera and Consumer Electronics GBCE - 13% off - http://goo.gl/PHV3jd Tablet PC GBTPC - 13% off - http://goo.gl/jkn9wq RC Toys RC18OFF - 18% off - http://goo.gl/W5LfD1 === FOLLOW US === TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/chiinnature GOOGLE: http://www.google.com/+chiinnature PINTREST: https://www.pinterest.ca/makjosi/ FLASHLIGHT BLOG: https://bestflashlightschoices.blogspot.ca/ Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/chiinnature Shop at amazon.com - https://goo.gl/0TUPwd Shop at amazon.ca - https://goo.gl/Bx54te Shop at Gearbest - http://goo.gl/gVrBWA Shop at Aliexpress - http://tidd.ly/d78b299c
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http://www.guopei.fr/ Guo Pei est une créatrice de mode Chinoise. C'est la première couturière Asiatique à s'être lancée dans la Haute Couture. Guo Pei est la fondatrice de la maison de couture "Rose Studio". Ce défilé a eu lieu à Pékin en Chine en 2012, il s'intitule "La Légende du Dragon". English description: Guo Pei is a Chinese Fashion Designer of Haute Couture. This show took place in China, in Beijing, in 2012. Guo Pei is the managing director of Rose Studio.
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Freeman’s September 9 Asian Arts auction will offer collectors a wide array of Asian fine and decorative arts. A highlight of the sale is the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord and Pamela Watkins—including a fine group of Song to Ming dynasty ceramics and related wares of Southeast Asia—and a complementary private Pennsylvania collection, giving collectors and connoisseurs the rare opportunity to bid on a range of wares not often brought to auction. Additional highlights include Chinese paintings from private collections by such masters as Pu Ru (Lot 556, “Scholar Seated in a boat,” $10,000-15,000), Fan Zeng (Lot 569, $50,000-80,000, acquired directly from the artist’s studio at the suggestion of Robert Ellsworth in 1979), and Liu Dan (Lot 577, $20,000-30,000). Also on offer are a rare and large Chinese blue and white porcelain hexagonal vase, Qianlong mark and period (Lot 287, $30,000-40,000), and a rare Sancai-glazed Chinese tilework figure of a seated dignitary (Lot 246, $8,000-12,000), both coming from private Philadelphia collections. Notable textiles include a rare late Qing “nine-dragon” chaofu court robe (Lot 406, $10,000-15,000), together with other fine Chinese robes, textiles and court headdresses, formerly in a private California collection, as well as three imperial “dragon” rank badges (Lots 415, $2,000-3,000, and 416, $2,500-3,500). Additionally, Freeman’s is pleased to present a large 15th/16th century Ming dynasty Buddhist painting depicting Buddha Akshobhya (Lot 545, $20,000-30,000). Other notable lots include a fine and large Indian carved sandstone figure of a Jain goddess (Lot 124, $20,000-30,000) and a wide and interesting variety of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, and Southeast Asian fine and decorative arts. The collection of Chinese and Southeast Asian ceramics assembled by Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord and Pamela Watkins, almost completely acquired in Singapore, is of note for the fine array of Chinese ceramics dating from the Tang through the Qing dynasties. Highlights of the Chinese ceramics include Song, Jin and Yuan dynasty black-glazed wares such as two attractive Jin/Yuan dynasty globular bottle vases boldly painted with stylized birds (Lots 155, $5,000-7,000, and 157, $3,000-5,000), a related “guan” jar (Lot 154, $4,000-6,000), and a fine five dynasties/northern Song Ewer (Lot 151, $10,000-15,000). Additional Song ceramics include a rare “persimmon”-glazed “Ding” ware bowl and cover (Lot 164, $8,000-12,000) and a “Yaozhou” molded celadon “chrysanthemum” conical bowl (Lot 165, $6,000-8,000). “What makes the collection more unusual is the representative selection of Southeast Asian wares,” Ben Farina, Department Head of Asian Arts said. “This includes the products of Vietnamese, Thai and Burmese kilns. The Southeast Asian ceramics are diverse, illustrating a broad range of types and forms.” These include an elegant Vietnamese white-glazed “lotus” jar and cover, Ly dynasty, 12th-13th century (Lot 170, $5,000-7,000), several Vietnamese blue and white-decorated dishes, boxes and vessels influenced by Yuan and Ming dynasty blue and white porcelains (Lots 175-183), two rare Burmese green-decorated white-glazed bowls (Lots 189 and 190, $700-900 each), and a broad range of Thai dishes and vessels from the Sawankhalok, Phan and Kalong kilns. These Thai celadons were inspired by the celadons of the Longquan kilns of Song, Yuan and early Ming China which were so widely treasured by the societies of maritime Asia and the Middle East. Several of these Southeast Asian pieces have been published and discussed in “Southeast Asian ceramics, New Light on Old Pottery” edited by John Miksic, of the National University of Singapore. “Freeman’s is pleased to have been given the rare opportunity to present such a diverse collection, which not only illustrates the rich trade links forged between the societies and cultures from the 10th-17th centuries in East Asia, but which also serves as a tribute to the eye of the collectors, who so carefully assembled a group of works as aesthetically pleasing as they are reminders of the history of this important region of the world,” Farina remarked. The Watkins Collection also includes an attractive collection of huanghuali furniture, a large Burmese seated giltwood Buddha (Lot 118, $5,000-7,00), a Laotian gilt wood figure of a Buddha (Lot 115, $3,000-5,000) and additional furniture and decorative arts. Freeman’s offers two Asian Arts sales per year, in the spring and fall. The April 25 Asian Arts auction totaled $1.06 million in sales. http://www.freemansauction.com/ https://www.facebook.com/freemansauction https://twitter.com/FreemansAuction http://instagram.com/freemansauctions https://www.pinterest.com/freemansauction/ https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/1635331
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Among the opulent outfits on display at last week's Met Gala, it was the gown Rihanna wore that stole the show. Social media lit up with chat about the dress, and the fashion magazine Vogue promptly put it on the front cover of its Met Gala Special Edition, catapulting its Chinese creator Guo Pei into the international spotlight. The designer said at her studio in north Beijing."Just designing, choosing the cloth, confirming the color and getting the material woven in Italy took almost half a year, more or less," The designer, who admitted she did not know much about Rihanna when she received the call from the Grammy Award winner, said the 25-kg (55-pound) outfit was designed to be difficult to wear to reflect the responsibilities and challenges of an empress. The gown is now back with the designer, who hopes to display it in a museum one day. Guo says she is now getting used to being in the spotlight. "I have no requirement to gain a certain level of fame," adding "I just want to do really beautiful designs that everyone likes." http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/entertainment/~3/JrzfRDssOfI/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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China — is the homeland of tea. Tea is grown and produced here, it is tasted and drunk, advertised and sold. The production technology and traditional ways of consumption of tea have strongly intertwined with the Chinese mentality and religion. Jiangshui - one of the oldest cities in the southern part of the Yunnan Province. The majority of the buildings that remained until now, was constructed in the 14th-17th centuries. The local Confucian Temple Wen Miao was founded even earlier — some time in the 13th-14th century. At that time, it was the largest Confucian temple of China. Muyeang Huo Kham Chiang Rung or Lu kingdom, was the state of one Thai nationality — the Lu people. The city of Chiang Hung was the capital of this kingdom. It is the present City of Jinhong, the Capital of Sishuanbanna-Dai autonomous region of China. In this region of China, ethnic Chinese never made the majority of the population. Even today, after the reinforced assimilation according to the official population census, it is Thais, the Khans, the Lakhs, Bulanas, Jings, Yaos, Miaos, Bais, Hueyets, Vas, Tchzhunas and other national minorities, who live here. In this locality, lying approximately at the latitude of the Tropic of Cancer, there are fertile soils and humid tropical climate, clean rivers and cool mountain air, and impenetrable evergreen forests. It is very warm and very humid here, year around. Ideal conditions for tea cultivation. In the course of searching for medicinal herbs, people incidentally came across tea trees. They tried to chew on tea leaves and felt the healing effect at once. When leaves started to be cooked in boiled water, their action on the body became even stronger. At first, tea was treated as medicine. In the ancient treatise "Shen Lun Benb Shu" or "the Initial Book of the Divine Dragon", it is written: "Tea tastes bitter. When a person drinks it, he/she thinks better, he chooses to sleep less, the body becomes light and vision clears". Not more, than a typical description of some medical syrup. The tea plants on every step of the way. On all, suitable, even at the slightest degree, grounds for tea cultivation. Majority of plantations is not large, but small and even miniature like. They belong to separate families. The technology is primitive. Tea is dried in the barn on a single antediluvian piece of machinery. And still, only the richest tea growers do it. It is mainly the manual labour, that is used here. Leaves are drying directly in the yards. Here, dust flies over them, and dog's hair. They cover the tea only from the top — from rain. It is no surprise, that it the beginning of a tea ceremony, tea leaves are rinsed with boiling hot water. When I looked at the conditions, where the elite kinds of the Chinese tea are made, I would prefer not just to rinse it before the use, but to wash it properly with soap. The complicated web of the roads, horse paths and narrow trails, passing along the strongly rugged mountain district in the western part of the Provinces of Sichuan and Yunnan and also across Tibet, is called "The Ancient Tea and Horse Way". In the 9th century, the borders of the State of Nanzhao were constantly extending. Part of the present Chinese Province of Sichuan, the northern part of Burma and Vietnam, joined its territory. However, already in the next century, the state began to weaken. In 1252, it was captured by the Mongols, under the leadership of Khan Hubilaya. Old Dali, by its appearance, — the typical Chinese medieval city. With a fortification, temples, stone buildings, parks and fountains. Tibetan influence is felt here. The dishes of the Tibetan cuisine have appeared in the restaurants. And original Tibetan tea. Lijiang, that lost its importance as the large trade city on the "tea and horse way", began to gradually turn into a tourist sight. The City of Shangri-La is already in Tibet. It is not on the territory of the Tibetan autonomous area, where the foreigners are permitted only in the presence of a special permission. In 2001, the City of Chzhondian, also known as Tszyaltan, was officially renamed as Shangri-La. One mystical place in James Hilton's novel "Lost horizon", was similarly called. The Emeishan Mount - one of the four most sacred Buddhist mountains of China and the highest of them. Emeishan, in translation from Chinese, means "Beautiful mountains". They always drew the attention of travelers by their beauty. The whole life of Chinese people and their culture are inseparably linked with tea. Within one, even the longest travel, it is only possible to get acquainted with them briefly. To walk a small part of "the Tea Way". We have done exactly this, by having passed through the southern provinces of China from Shanghai to Chengdu in two months.
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he Daoist Guardian Yang Jian, 17th century. ink and color on silk, vibrantly portraying Yang Jian with an attendant, wearing armor beneath richly patterned robes decorated with Ming-style dragons and eleborate floral designs, holding his characteristic three-pronged double-bladed lance, surrounded by swirling multi-colored clouds Such paintings were painted in sets made for the Water and Land Deliverance Ritual, in which deities from higher realms are called upon to deliver beings from lower realms of existence from their suffering. Although the ritual was primarily Buddhist, the divinities called upon included not only Buddhist deities, but also Daoist gods, founders of professions and personifications of natural forces. For examples depicting multiple deities, see Stephen Little, et. al, Taoism and the Arts of China, Chicago, 2000, nos. 78-81. The ritual was intended to ease the suffering of tormented souls in the underworld and give them a better rebirth, and also to gain merit for those commissioning it, thereby allowing them to avoid the worst torments of hell. Sets of such paintings included Daoist deities are found up until the Northern Song dynasty, but disappeared around the time of Emperor Huizong. Daoist gods and nature deities reappeared in Ming dynasty sets. For examples see Stephen Little, op. cit, nos. 84-86. For another example of a painting depicting Yang Jian, who in some legends is the nephew of the Daoist Jade Emperor and is venerated by Chinese opera troupes as their protector, see Paintings for Water-and-Land Service of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Beijing, 2006, no. 69. 129 x 71 cm.
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Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and Chinese folklore. The dragons have many animal-like forms such as turtles, fish, and imaginary, but they are most commonly depicted as snake-like with four legs. Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, typhoons, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck for people who are worthy of it. With this, the Emperor of China usually used the dragon as a symbol of his imperial power and strength. Portrait of the Yongle Emperor wearing a dragon robe In Chinese daily language, excellent and outstanding people are compared to a dragon, while incapable people with no achievements are compared with other, disesteemed creatures, such as a worm. A number of Chinese proverbs and idioms feature references to a dragon, such as "Hoping one's son will become a dragon" (simplified Chinese: 望子成龙; traditional Chinese: 望子成龍; pinyin: wàng zǐ chéng lóng).
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