In today’s microblog, we would like to tell you a bit about the so-called Four Great Chinese Folktales. These stories are pretty much as old as time and almost all Chinese people will know these fairytales. So if you love mythology and folktales (as we do) you should check them out:
We all love martial arts, especially Chinese over-the-top spectacular wire-fu. And in which other genres can you find romance, drama, historical settings, and kung fu super-powers at the same time? Only in Wuxia of course.
I hope all you guys had a wonderful start into the new year. It’s been a while since our last micro-blog so I thought it would be a good idea to list what cool stuff we have planned for the shop in 2018.
The Phoenix and the Dragon are two of the most prominent symbols of Chinese culture.
Today we want to look at the three main national animals of Japan, China and South Korea.
Time for some more insight into the world of Japanese culture, to be more specific, the ancient warrior philosophy of bushido.
Today we want to introduce three of the most beautiful (Buddhist) temples in China, Japan and South Korea.
Foxes are cute, foxes are clever. Mystical foxes are even better.
Find out more about one of China’s tastiest signature dishes.
Very few pictures invoke the feeling of ocean, beach and Japanese culture like Hokusai’s “Great Wave Off Kanagawa”.