This history story is about Mother Meng. Her son, Mencius(孟子) (meng4 zi3), was a famous educator, philosopher and politician in Chinese history during Warring states period.
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When you think of spring, which imagine jumps into your mind in the first place? For me, it is green grasses.
Today we are going to appreciate a tang poem: grasses (草) written by the poet 白居易(Bai2, Ju1yi4). This poem praised the life strength of grass.
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This idiom story 守株待兔 (shǒu zhū dài tù) is a very famous Chinese folktale. This story tells a story that a farmer got a dead hare by accident while he worked on a field.
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Sring is around. We will learn a Tang poem tang poem “春晓”(spring dawn) written by poet 孟浩然 (Meng, Haoran).
春晓 is a very famous poem. In this poem, the poet described vividly of a typical spring scene.
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