飞天 [Flying Apsaras] (fēitiān) (traducere în Engleză)
飞天 [Flying Apsaras]
Qiuci, also known as Kucha (an important Tocharian town on the northern rim of the Taklamakan Desert in the Han-Tang period).
Reference to idiom "凿壁偷光" (lit. to pierce the wall to steal a light), fig. to study diligently in the face of hardship.
Han Dynasty calligraphic style.
Flying Apsara is a type of female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist culture.
Yangguan or Southern Pass on the south Silk Road in Gansu, 70 km south of Dunhuang.
Loulan is an ancient oasis town of Kroraina on the Silk road near Lop Nor (罗布泊), modern Xinjiang.
Pipa, a plucked string instrument with a fretted fingerboard; 4-stringed Chinese lute.
Lu Ban, legendary master craftsman, perhaps contemporary with Confucius, honored as God of Carpentry.
The wooden crane invented by Lu Ban. A prototype of a modern kite.
Wan Hu is a legendary Chinese official who was described in 20th century sources as the world's first "astronaut" by having been lifted by rockets into outer space.
Kua Fu, a legendary giant who chased the sun to plead with it never to set. But never catching up with the sun, he died of thirst and turned into a huge mountain.
Chang’e, Chinese mythical goddess of the moon.
The Classic of Mountains and Seas is a Chinese classic text and a compilation of mythic geography and beasts.
Dunhuang is an oasis and county-level city in Jiuquan, Gansu Province, which in ancient times served as the gateway to China on the Great Silk Road.
- 蜚短 流长:
To spread malicious gossip, also written as 飞短流长.
Reference to idiom "尘埃落定" (lit. the dust has settled; fig. to get sorted out).
A reference to the legend of Kua Fu (fig. try to do something impossible).
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|1.||Lay | 東 (EAST)|