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ziseviolet: 美人画 Paintings of beauties in t…

ziseviolet:

美人画

Paintings of beauties in traditional Chinese hanfu, by Chinese artist 伊吹鸡腿子. Artist’s Weibo: X. See more of her work here.

ziseviolet: artoffreddieniem-blog: 【只等春来报】「倚窗…

ziseviolet:

artoffreddieniem-blog:

【只等春来报】

「倚窗听雪是难得的幽雅;雪从远古的诗里走来,经过灯火阑珊,最终悄悄抵达窗前;听岁月无声,看雪落无痕,雪白如玉,像善良的心,不惊扰别人的宁静,不伤害别人的自尊;如果我们感到还在黑夜里的时候,让我们深信,阳光总会照耀;让我们一起来等待春天的来到。 」
图片:@伊吹鸡腿子  大大  《雪景》|  我在微博:@森林画册  

「我是从文革走过来的爷爷辈,今天的一切已是“换了人间”了,现在有人每天都在抱怨有什么用?顺着时代走,继续学习工作创造,过我们的生活//@Sugar-youth-Milk:很想春天快点来 。。。」

回复:@Sugar-youth-Milk:Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass,it’s about learning to dance in the rain。 

回复 回复:「 My way ahead is long; I see no ending; yet high and low I’ll search
with my will unbending. Live forward  with positive point of views . 」

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Chinese Winter Scenery by Chinese artist 伊吹鸡腿子. See more of her work here.

ziseviolet: artoffreddieniem-blog: 『 不惊扰别人的宁静…

ziseviolet:

artoffreddieniem-blog:

『 不惊扰别人的宁静就是一种慈悲; 不伤害别人的自尊就是一种善良。 人活着,发自己的光就好,不要吹灭别人的灯,做自己该做的事。』@佛教慧语  

图片编辑整理【庭深·夏盛·境禅】(之二)来自@伊吹鸡腿子   CG原创

微博号:@森林画册
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Chinese Courtyards by Chinese artist 伊吹鸡腿子. See more of her work here.

vietphuc: One of the major cultural points tha…

vietphuc:

One of the major cultural points that unify the Sinosphere is the historical usage of chopsticks. China started using chopsticks and then spread it to the neighboring countries of Korea, Japan, and Vietnam. Vietnam would inevitably be the first to be spread to since it was part of China for centuries.

Source: YensidTim

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Hi! I was just wondering if you happened to kn…

Hi! I was just wondering if you happened to know who the model in this post is? post/174288065174/ I tried to find them myself but I can't read any Chinese ;~; Thank you!

Hi, thanks for the question!

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The model in the post goes by 尤小棋/You Xiao Qi online, and his Weibo blog is here. He’s a well-known cosplayer and model from Hangzhou. Here are some more of his photos:

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Hope this helps!

Palace Museum’s China-made Heritage Lipstick P…

Palace Museum’s China-made Heritage Lipstick Proves Hot Item | Jing Daily:

inkjadestudio:

Priced at RMB 199 (about $29 per lipstick) the lipsticks, available
in six colors, received more than 1,000 orders in a single night.

Key
to the swift success, apparently, is the fact that they are made by a
local company, Beijing-based Bloomage Biotechnology Corp. Ltd., rather
than imported like most cosmetics in China. Further boosting the
national connection, the announcement noted that each of the six colors
is inspired by an object in the Palace Museum collection; for example,
the most popular lipstick, “Lang Yao Red” is inspired by an ancient
ceramic bottle and already has more than 600 orders…

“Today Chinese consumers seem to reward local brands for interpreting
its (national culture), in contrast to Western luxury brands’ attempts
to interpret that culture,” said Tanguy Chen Laurent, the U.S. managing
partner of Creative Capital.

vietphuc: Basing on this artwork, the artist …

vietphuc:

Basing on this artwork, the artist added Vietnamese architecture for comparison. These four styles of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese architectures are all based on the most well-known styles of each culture. The major difference for Vietnamese is the excessive decoration on a generally flat roof, as well as lack of wooden brackets.

Source: YensidTim

Top row: China on the left & Korea on the right. Bottom row: Japan on the left & Vietnam on the right.

ziseviolet: Portraits of several of the femal…

ziseviolet:

Portraits of several of the female Buddhist donors depicted in the famous Dunhuang Murals from the Mogao Caves of China, by Chinese artist -阿舍-. The women are wearing traditional Chinese hanfu, jewelry, and makeup. (X)

 

Portraits 1-5: Cave 61 (Five Dynasties 907-960 AD). This cave was dedicated by the family of Cao Yuanzhong, military governor of the Guiyijun regime. The portraits depict the women of the Cao family.

Portrait 6: Cave 9 (Late Tang Dynasty

875-907 AD). The portrait depicts Lady He.

Portraits 7-9: Cave 130 (High Tang Dynasty 705-781 AD). This cave was dedicated by the family of Le Tinghuan, Satrap of Jinchang Prefecture. The portraits depict his wife Lady Wang (7) and their two daughters (8 & 9). 

ziseviolet: Portraits of several of the female…

ziseviolet:

Portraits of several of the female Buddhist donors depicted in the famous Dunhuang Murals from the Mogao Caves of China, by Chinese artist -阿舍-. The women are wearing traditional Chinese hanfu, jewelry, and makeup. (X)

 

Portraits 1-5: Cave 61 (Five Dynasties 907-960 AD). This cave was dedicated by the family of Cao Yuanzhong, military governor of the Guiyijun regime. The portraits depict the women of the Cao family.

Portrait 6: Cave 9 (Late Tang Dynasty

875-907 AD). The portrait depicts Lady He.

Portraits 7-9: Cave 130 (High Tang Dynasty 705-781 AD). This cave was dedicated by the family of Le Tinghuan, Satrap of Jinchang Prefecture. The portraits depict his wife Lady Wang (7) and their two daughters (8 & 9).