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Traditional Chinese painting by 黄秋园Huang Qiuyuan. This type is called Jiehua | 界画 that particularly focuses on architecture such as hall, pavilion, terrace and so on. Jiehua requires the artist to use...

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Decode and heal your emotions using Traditional Chinese Medicine! Learn about the primary emotions of fear, anger, worry, grief, over-excitement and how they relate to your organ system and the 5 elements. By bringing together the emotions and elements, you can find greater health and wellness! #traditionalchinesemedicine #fiveelementsemotions #howtohealyouremotions
Read Huang Huang's book Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine. Available here: https://ealib.com/overview?i=0939616688 Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine provides a practical path to a deeper understanding of traditional Chinese herbal formulas. Dr. Huang discusses the core aspects of the ten most important families of formulas in the classical formula trad... Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine by Huang Huang
From a Chinese Medicine perspective, it is simple to understand what is going on internally with your health just from looking at what is happening on your face. Traditional Chinese Medicine looks in to every aspect of the body to help determine one's health progress - facial diagnosis is one of them. Once you start to remember certain "organ areas" on the face, you will begin to get the general idea of what is going on "internally" with you - just by looking in the mirror.
Learn how to paint in this beautiful traditional Chinese style. This book explores these themes through the four seasons, with the peony depicted in spring, the lotus flower in summer, the vegetable harvest in autumn and the bamboo bud in winter. Many of the subjects are symbolic and have connotations of good fortune, auspiciousness, good health, a long life, a good harvest, a flourishing family, wealth even immortality!