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Chinese symbols: The most common Chinese symbols and the true meaning behind them

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China is a very big country with long and established traditions and customs. One of the well-known traditions is the Chinese people love to play with words and their meanings. After reading this article, you'll understand more about the tradition of using good luck #Chinese symbols as decoration. Read the full article here.

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