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The most important symbol of Chinese legalism is the Great Wall of China. Built during the third century by the Ch'in emperor known as First August Supreme Ruler or Shish Huang-ti, the wall represented the rule of law, according to the International World History Project.


To avoid copyright infringement, consumers can download Chinese movies legally only from authorized Internet services that make them available for purchase, reports the U.S. Copyright Office. This applies to movies made in China, as China is a member of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Lit


The Chinese New Year begins at the end of the last month of the Chinese calendar, a date that varies every year according to the lunar calendar. The date is typically between mid-January and mid-February on the Gregorian calendar.


Chinese names comprise a given name and a family name. Some common given names include Jing, Chen, Dong, Xue, Zhong, Yi, Li, Xin, Jian, Shou and Fu. The most common family names are Li, Wang and Zhang, followed by Liu, Chen, Yang, Zhao, Huang, Zhou, Wu, Xu, Sun, Hu, Zhu, Gao, Lin, He, Guo and Ma.


Some popular Chinese names for boys include Bai, which means "white;" Chanming, which means "forever bright;" Cheng, which means "accomplished" and Genghis, which means "just, righteous and true," according to the Top 100 Baby Names Search website. Some Chinese girl names include Chow, which means "


Some Chinese words are "shi," "bu shi," "xie xie," "bu yong xie" and "qing." Other Chinese words are "zai jian, "fa yuv," "wov," "wov men" and "niv."


Some popular Chinese songs as of 2015 include Phoenix Legend's “On The Moon,” Andy Lau's “Stupid Child” and Sam Lee's “Let Go of My Hand.” Music has been a huge part of Chinese culture for years, and archaeologists have found ancient instruments made out of clay, hide, silk and bamboo.


On Chinese New Year, many Chinese eat foods such as spring rolls, longevity noodles, fish and dumplings. Each of these foods is thought to bring luck to the person who eats them.


The Chinese elements are earth, fire, metal, water and wood. According to Chinese philosophy, the 12 astrology signs pass through the elements, with the resulting interactions used to explain a variety of phenomena in astrology, medicine and other fields.


Groceries available from a Chinese supermarket include dried foods, instant dessert mixes, noodles, preserves, pickles, rice and prawn crackers, sauces, oils, snacks and sweets, according to Wai Yee Hong. It also sells drinks such as soft drinks, tea and alcohol.