Emperor Taizong’s Pardon: How Trust and Compassion Defined the Golden Age of the Tang Dynasty

Illustration of Emperor Taizong, the second emperor of the Tang Dynasty, on top of a map of China.

Emperor Taizong's compassionate pardon of death row prisoners during the golden age of the Tang Dynasty showcases a remarkable interplay of trust, mercy, and moral standards in ancient Chinese society. (Image: Zhiqing via Kan Zhong Guo)

Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year With the World’s Largest Migration

The Year of the Water Rabbit.

The Lunar New Year, the Year of The Rabbit, falls on January 22 and is known for its exciting celebrations, sumptuous feasts, and family reunions. (Image: via Dreamstime)

Celebrate Chinese New Year With These 5 Ancient Poems

Yellow Chinese dragon.

Happy Chinese New Year, 2022! (Image: Carolina Jaramillo via Dreamstime)

Lucky Money Management

Lucky money red envelopes.

Giving red envelopes with money is a Chinese New Year tradition. (Image: kennymatic via Flickr)

How Displaying the Chinese Character ‘Fu’ Brings You Good Fortune

The Chinese 'fu' character.

'Fu' is the Chinese character for good fortune. (Image: DwSun via Dreamstime)

Intriguing Traditions of the Chinese Lantern Festival

Ancient painting of a Lantern Festival.

Tunics were used extensively during the reign of the Xia Dynasty. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

Happy Chinese New Year 2021 Despite Virus and Security Law in Hong Kong

People walking across the street in Hong Kong.

As part of the Chinese traditions, the Chinese people welcome the New Year by cleaning their homes thoroughly, hanging red couplets, and a red “fu” (the Chinese character for fortune or good luck) ideograph paper by the front entrance.(Image: Mona via Nspirement)

Nspirement Wishes Our Readers a Happy Chinese New Year 2021

Happy Lunar New Year.

Happy Lunar New Year 2021.

A traditional greeting to our readers on Lunar New Year 2021 — we wish you a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year!

An Intriguing Flower Fair Celebrating Taiwan’s Lunar New Year

Flowers at Lunar New Year Flower Fair in Taipei City.

The Lunar New Year Flower Fair (春節花市) in Taipei City, Taiwan. (Image: Billy Shyu via Nspirement)