What Do We Mean By A Chinese Horoscope?

What do we mean by a horoscope? An astrologer’s diagram of the relative position of planets, stars and other such celestial entities and the prediction of incidents which are based on these astrological calculations is known as a horoscope. Birth chart or natal chart is another name for horoscope. What is a Chinese Horoscope? Popularity is the other name of …

There Are Many Effective Chinese Herbs For Arthritis

The use of Chinese herbs for many different diseases has a history of centuries, and also for Arthritis, a debilitating disease of the joints and bones, the Chinese use herbs as and effective treatment. Arthritis is not just one disease there are many different forms and symptoms but it has plagued many people through the ages. Chinese herbs for arthritis …

Chinese Tea – Health Benefits of Chinese Tea

Chinese tea is a drink that has been made from the tea leaves that have been processed using methods that traced its roots to China. Careful selection of tea leaves is often made in order to make a Chinese tea. The leaves that are considered to be of highest grade are the white tea, the yellow tea and the green …

The Chinese Horoscopes Can be Confusing To Learn

You probably did not know it but 2008 is the Year of the Rat. The timeline of the Rat comes once every twelve years. There are eleven other animal zodiac signs that occur once a year as well in Chinese horoscopes. It is a far different cycle than the one Americans use. It all has to do with ancient mythology …

Buy Chinese Antiques, Still Vitally Alive – Ignore New Dragon CO2 Bargains

Chinese antiques come to mind when I recall the British commonwealth Games in my home city Victoria Canada. It was 1994, and Victoria was hosting the commonwealth Games, as they are called. They are bigger that the Winter Olympics, are held every four years, two years apart from the Olympics. They are a huge success wherever they are held, as …

The Benefits of Traditional Chinese Herbs

Here in the U.S., we eat what tastes good. School kids going through the school lunch line make food choices based on if the food tastes good or not. Even adults will choose fast food over more nutritious home cooked meals occasionally based on taste. Who wouldn’t want cake or candy over vegetables? The Chinese view food very differently from …

Unravel The Wonders Of Chinese Cuisine With Chinese Cooking Blogs

Chinese cuisine! Ahem… words are simply too meager a medium to convey the true flavors of Chinese cuisine. China had her flicks with the so-called sous vide and molecular cooking long before most people knew what kitchen is. A lamb was put in a sealed cooker and cooked for 3 days before it was served to the emperor and the …

Chinese Ceramics for Refurbishing Homes and Offices

People refurbish homes and offices for a myriad of reasons. For instance, in home renovation, it may be to widen the living space or bedroom, update the kitchen as well as dining space, or to install a trendy window or exterior siding or to install a high-efficiency exhaust fan or anti-scald valves in the bathroom. Sometimes, refurbishment is done to …

Chinese Herbal Medicine – Drug Interactions

While mental health is often considered a separate issue from one’s physical well-being, the two have always been linked in the practice of traditional Chinese medicine. In TCM, emotions and thoughts are considered to have a direct impact on the physical health of a person, and furthermore, mental and physical health are equally valued. Because of the importance placed on …

Chinese Pottery and Porcelain Trade

With the progress of China in the pottery and porcelain the European nations started their hunt to imitate or copy the Chinese styles and designs. The Chinese made drinking-vessels, cups and saucers and teapots popular in their own styles. The Chinese trade with the European in the potteries and porcelain wares grew quite high. In the reverse direction, Europeans of …