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Plow and weave

The routine work of a common family in the ancient China, which the peasant economy plays an essential role in the society, is that the man plows and the woman weaves. Fabrics are daily products of almost every family, and the loom is nearly a standard device for each family. The home-made silk fabrics, comparing with the cotton fabrics of everyday use, are more precious, thus can be decent gifts. At present, seldom–if not no–common family has a loom or the raw materials for weaving, thus…See More
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Feb 21, 2014
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"Interesting. But I suppose people would rather give up the ability of digesting than the pleasure of eating to control their weight. Inhibiting the digestion has much stronger security, reliability, and feasibility than inhibiting the appetite."
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Fine day

After several days of snow, a clear sky shows up today. The sun comes out, perhaps indicating a vigorous spring begins.Enjoy the sunshine, it's a gift.See More
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The Rainy

Today is the Rainy day in Chinese traditional calendar. From this day, the snowfall decreases and the rainfall increases gradually. Traditionally, Chinese married daughters would bring the parents some silk fabrics as gifts on this day. Maybe silk fabrics are not easy to find nowadays. Give your parents a pleasant phone greeting, it will bring your parents happiness all the day.See More
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"yes,exactly,hualou jie,near baolijing"
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Plow and weave

Posted on February 22, 2014 at 9:37pm 0 Comments

The routine work of a common family in the ancient China, which the peasant economy plays an essential role in the society, is that the man plows and the woman weaves. Fabrics are daily products of almost every family, and the loom is nearly a standard device for each family. The home-made silk fabrics, comparing with the cotton fabrics of everyday use, are more precious, thus can be decent gifts.

 

At present, seldom–if not no–common family has a loom or the raw materials for…

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Fine day

Posted on February 21, 2014 at 9:05am 0 Comments

After several days of snow, a clear sky shows up today. The sun comes out, perhaps indicating a vigorous spring begins.

Enjoy the sunshine, it's a gift.

The Rainy

Posted on February 19, 2014 at 11:16am 0 Comments

Today is the Rainy day in Chinese traditional calendar. From this day, the snowfall decreases and the rainfall increases gradually.

 

Traditionally, Chinese married daughters would bring the parents some silk fabrics as gifts on this day.

 

Maybe silk fabrics are not easy to find nowadays. Give your parents a pleasant phone greeting, it will bring your parents happiness all the…

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At 9:04am on February 19, 2014, robert Mcnivid said…

yes,exactly,hualou jie,near baolijing

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