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              San Xing Dui
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              Sanxingdui (sān xīng duī 三星堆), which is situated in Southwest China’s Sichuan Basin, is the location of ruins found dating back to the Bronze Age (qīng tóng shí dài 青銅時代) in the middle and late Shang Dynasty (shāng cháo 商朝) (1600BC—1046BC). The name was given for due to its appearance which resembles three earth pits. Excavation began in 1980. Two large sacrificial pits were later unearthed in 1986, generating great interest internationally.

              King of Kiln in Song Dynasty
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              The world, to a great extent, is coming to know China through the chinaware it produced, and the country's porcelain was virtually used as a yardstick in evaluating Chinese civilization. Without the invention and development of fine porcelain, China's history would have been decidedly different.

              Textile Technique
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              ????? Textile Technique
              Textile technique
              (fǎng zhī jì shù 紡織技術) has a long history in China. As early as in the primitive society,? people in?ancient China have taken advantage of the natural resource to make simple textile facilities?for weaving so as to adapt to the changeable weather.

              Daily Figurative Slangs (62)
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              Chinese slangs

              Not likely.

              【發音】bù jiàn dé

              ??????????? Not necessarily so; it is improbable that.

              ???????????He's not likely to come tonight.

              ?????????? I will consider it unlikely (that) long skirt will go out this year.

              Simuwu Ding
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              Simuwu DingDing (dǐng 鼎) was a cooking vessel probably used to boil or cook food ancient China. It can be traced back to the Neolithic Age in the primitive society. As early as 7000 ago, there are dings made of clay. During the Shang (shāng 商) and Zhou (zhōu 周) dynasties, bronze casting technology reached a high level in China. Therefore, people used bronze to cast ding. And the ding was no longer the cooking utensils in common people’s life but an object for important ceremonies to offer sacrifices. It was a symbol of imperial power.

              Daily Figurative Slangs (61)
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              Chinese slangs

              Confound right and wrong.

              【發音】bù wèn qīng hóng zào bái

              ????????????Indiscriminately; not to distinguish black from white; not to inquire into the reason.

              ???????????Where the fight is fierce, there he rushes in without hesitation, without question as to which side is right.

              ?????????? Every time I make a mistake, my mom would always scold me indiscriminately.

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