This Chinese symbols database site was created by poet and writer Andres Leo since 2001. There are over 12,000 traditional/simplified Chinese symbols/words/phrases as the artistic and literary resource for your creative design project.
Eeach single character containing traditional calligraphic strokes animation, audio pronunciation, combination to multi-character words, classic phrases, idioms, mottos, quotations, and simplified format currently used in China. It's a very useful and reliable resource for Chinese learning, art design, and tattoo idea.
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Chinese Words in Related Categories:
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Animals, Beast, Creature
Bible, Christian terms
Flowers, Plants, Botany
China, Chinese terms
Chinese Zodiac Animals
Contrary, Opposite words
Encouraging, Inspiring, Supportive
Exercise, Sport, Game, Play
Family, Home, Household
Fishes, Water Lives
Food, Meal, Cooking, Spice
Fruit, Nuts, Grains, Seeds
Insects, Bugs, Worms
Inspiring, Encouraging, Supportive
Japan, Japanese terms
Kung Fu, Martial Art
LOVE, Affection, Sentiment
Man, Men, Male terms
Martial Art terms
Money, Financial terms
Myth, Mythology, Supernatural
Nations, Countries, Geographic terms
People, Doers, Occupations
Positive Words in Chinese
Quotations, Mottos, Idioms, Slangs
Supportive, Encouraging, Inspiring
Sport, Exercise, Game, Play
Time, Dates, Holidays, Seasons
Tools, Device, Apparatus, Machine
USA, American terms
Water Lives, Fishes
Woman, Women, Female terms
cause and effect;
retribution for sin
past sin as a present obstacle (Buddhism)
Extreme pleasure is followed by sorrow.
Happiness is followed by sorrow when reaches an extreme.
principle and subsidiary cause;
primary and secondary causes
(a Buddhist concept)
relationship by fate;
have to be;
be bound to
gains and losses;
good and harm;
advantages and disadvantages
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