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Yen also serves as the film's action director. Production began in Beijing on 18 October  and was filmed in 3D.
It was released on 31 January The Chinese zodiac is a classification scheme that assigns an animal and its reputed attributes to each year in a repeating year cycle.
The year cycle is an approximation to the Identifying this scheme using the generic term "zodiac" reflects several superficial similarities to the Western zodiac: Nevertheless, there are major differences between the two: The Lantern Festival or the Spring Lantern Festival is a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar Chinese calendar.
Usually falling in February or early March on the Gregorian calendar, it marks the final day of the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations.
The lanterns can symbolize the people letting go of their past selves and getting new ones, which they will let go of the next year.
Sun Wukong, also known as the Monkey King, is a figure who features in body of legends, which can be traced back to the period of the Song dynasty.
Sun Wukong is also found in many later stories and adaptations. In the novel, he is a monkey born from a stone who acquires supernatural powers through Taoist practices.
After rebelling against heaven and being imprisoned under a mountain by the Buddha, he later accompanies the monk Tang Sanzang on a journey to retrieve Buddhist sutras from "the West".
Sun knows 72 transformations, which allow him to transform into various animals and objects; however, he has trouble transforming into other forms, due to the accompanying incomplete transfor Chinese mythology is mythology that has been passed down in oral form or recorded in literature in the geographic area now known as "China".
Chinese mythology includes many varied myths from regional and cultural traditions. Chinese mythology is far from monolithic, not being an integrated system, even among just Han people.
Chinese mythology is encountered in the traditions of various classes of people, geographic regions, historical periods including the present, and from various ethnic groups.
China is the home of many mythological traditions, including that of Han Chinese people, their Huaxia predecessors, Tibetan mythology, Turkic mythology, Korean mythology, and many others.
However, the study of Chinese mythology tends to focus upon material in Chinese language. Much of the mythology involves exciting stories full of fantastic people and beings, the use of magical powers, often taking place Menshen or door gods are divine guardians of doors and gates in Chinese folk religions, used to protect against evil influences or to encourage the entrance of positive ones.
They began as the divine pair Shenshu Chinese: In cases where a door god is affixed to a single door, Wei Zheng or Zhong Kui is commonly used.
History The gates and doors of Chinese houses have long received special ritual attention. They eventually came to be considered divine protectors, replacing Shentu and Yulü and re The Kitchen God is also celebrated in Vietnam.
It is believed that on the twenty third day of the twelfth lunar month, just before Chinese New Year he returns to Heaven to report the activities of every household over the past year to the Jade Emperor Yu Huang.
The Jade Emperor, emperor of the heavens, either rewards or punishes a family based on Zao Jun's yearly report. Zao Jun was originally a mortal man living on earth whose name was Zhang Lang.
He eventually became married to a virtuous woman, but ended up falling in love with a younger woman. He left his wife to be with this younger woman and, as punishment for this adulterous act, Jade is an ornamental stone.
Jade may also refer to: The Cat is the fourth animal symbol in the year cycle of the Vietnamese zodiac and Gurung zodiac, taking place of the Rabbit in the Chinese zodiac.
Cats are in conflict with the Rat. Legends relating to the order of the Chinese zodiac often include stories as to why the cat was not included among the twelve.
Because the Rat tricked the cat into missing the banquet with the Jade Emperor, the cat was not included and was not aware that the banquet was going on and was not given a year, thus began the antipathy between cats and Rats.
It is possible domesticated cats had not proliferated through China at the zodiac's induction. The Cat and Rat were the most intelligent of the animals, however they were both also poor swimmers and came across a river.
They both tricked the kind, naive Ox to assist them by letting them Elements of Chinese mythology have appeared many times in popular culture.
They are massively armoured and breathe a cloud of scalding steam. In season 5 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles , the turtles turned into creatures that resemble dragon turtles.
In World of Warcraft, the Pandaren race can ride dragon turtles. In Call of Duty: Trading Card Game Rainbow Dragon , a Er-lang Shen may be a deified version of several semi-mythical folk heroes who help regulate China's torrential floods, dating variously from the Qin, Sui and Jin dynasties.
In the former he assisted the Zhou army in defeating the Shang. In the latter, he is the second son of a mortal and Jade emperor's brother.
In the legend, he is known as the greatest warrior god of heaven. Of the various identifications of Erlang Shen the most common is as Li Erlang, the second son of Li Bing, the engineer behind the Dujiangyan irrigation system.
Chinese New Year,[a] usually known as the Spring Festival in modern China,[b] is an important Chinese festival celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.
It is one of several Lunar New Years in Asia. Celebrations traditionally run from the evening preceding the first day, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first calendar month.
The first day of the New Year falls on the new moon between January 21 and February It is one of the world's most prominent and celebrated festivals, and involves the largest annual mass human migration in the world.
Journey to the West is a Chinese novel published in the 16th century during the Ming dynasty and attributed to Wu Cheng'en.
In English-speaking countries, Monkey, Arthur Waley's popular abridged translation is well known. It retains the broad outline of Xuanzang's own account, Great Tang Records on the Western Regions, but the Ming dynasty novel adds elements from folk tales and the author's invention, that is, that Gautama Buddha gave this task to the monk referred to as Tang Sanzang in the novel and provided him with three protectors who agree to help him as an atonement for their sins.
Tudigong altar in a temple of Quanzhou, Fujian. To his left there is a statue of Kuixing. Extended titles of the god include: Commoners often call Tudigong "grandfather" yeye , which reflects his close relationship with the common people.
The story is an adaptation of the novel Journey to the West. To avoid religious implications, the Buddha was named "The Guardian". Sunsoft produced a PlayStation video game based on the anime.
In the series, Kongo is portrayed as a brash yet ambitious monkey, who seeks to gain divine powers in order to become the strongest warrior there is.
Although a monkey, Kongo is quite extraordinary, possessing a head as hard as stone and showing remarkable physical strength. After learning the mystical arts of the celestial deities, Kongo is able to gain supernatural abilities, becoming one of the strongest characters in the series.
These abilities varied from being able to summon a jet cloud - which corresponds to your will of movement, shape Joss paper money being burnt near a grave along with joss yuanbao during the Chinese Ghost Festival.
Hell money is a form of joss paper printed to resemble legal tender bank notes. This custom has been practiced by the modern Chinese and across East Asia since the late 19th century.
The name "hell" The word hell on hell bank notes refers to Diyu simplified Chinese: It was released in China on September 14, Plot Taking place in an alternate timeline, Fairy Zixia used the Pandora's Box to travel forward in time to see the consequences of leaving a tear drop in Joker's heart, which led to her "demise" and Joker being revealed as the reincarnation of the Monkey King.
Fearing for her life and Joker's mental well being, she denounced her relationship to Joker, which led to him asking about what happened in the future.
Zixia revealed to him the fact that she left a mark in Joker's heart, leading to Bai Jing Jing realizing that Joker will eventually stop having feelings for her, leading him to fall for Zixia.
However, Zixia withheld the information about Joker being the Monkey King's reincarnation and tried to ma Founded in the 19th century, it is dedicated to Guanyin Vietnamese: The pagoda is popular among both Vietnamese and Chinese Buddhists; most of its inscriptions are in Chinese characters, but some have had Vietnamese labels added.
History The temple was built by Fujianese visitors to the city in the late 19th century. The pagoda complex itself c He is one of the Three Pure Ones Chinese: He resides in the Heaven of Jade Purity.
It is believed that he came into being at the beginning of the universe as a result of the merging of pure breaths.
He then created Heaven and Earth. In Taoist mythology He once was the supreme administrator of Heaven but later entrusted that task to his assistant Yuhuang, the Jade Emperor.
Yuhuang took over the administrative duties of Yuanshi Tianzun, and became the overseer of both Heaven and Earth.
At the beginning of each age, Yuanshi Tianzun transports the Lingpao ching or "Yuanshi Ching" , the Scriptures of the Magic Jewel, to his students who are lesser deities , who He appeared in different works including Fengshen Yanyi and Journey to the West.
Fengshen Yanyi According to the Fengshen Yanyi, after the passage of many years, Ao Guang had brought chaos to the world by creating droughts, storms, and other disasters.
Due to the people's immense fear of the dragon king and his sons, they have never reported Ao Guang's actions to the Jade Emperor.
As a result, Ao Guang enjoyed countless offerings by the people throughout a time interval of many years. Thereafter, Nezha cleansed himself at a neighboring stream of the East Sea, causing Ao Guang's palace to shake at an annoying level.
After a long discussion on the matter with his friend, Ao Guang, by now extremely angry, ascended to the heavens to state the issue to the Jade Emperor.
Jade Empire is an action role-playing game developed by BioWare, originally published by Microsoft Game Studios in as an Xbox exclusive.
Later ports to macOS and mobile platforms were handled respectively by TransGaming and Aspyr. Set in a world based on Chinese mythology, players control the last surviving Spirit Monk on a quest to save their tutor Master Li and defeat the forces of corrupt emperor Sun Hai.
The Spirit Monk is guided through a linear narrative, completing quests and engaging in action-based combat. With morality-based dialogue choices during conversations, the player can impact both story and gameplay progression in various ways.
Development of Jade Empire began in as a dream project for company co-founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, who acted as the game's executive producers.
Their first original role-playing intellectual property, the game reused the morality syste The Little Fairy Chinese: The series was produced by Chinese Entertainment Shanghai and premiered in January Synopsis Dong Yong, a kind and diligent man born in Eastern Han Dynasty, is a filial son and a hardworking student, whom his parents were proud of.
Not knowing Xiaoqi's intention, the Jade Emperor saw this as an opportunity for Xiaoqi to learn more about humans because she is very disobedient and carefree compared to the other daughters.
The Jade Emperor chose the Dong family, seeing that Dong is a good person and hopes that the family can guide Xiaoqi to becoming more filial.
Fortunately, Dong happens to be one of Lao's students and Xiaoqi is able to get to know more about Lao and Xiaoqi's sister's love even more. The National Museum in New Delhi, India, has two galleries of decorative arts with a large collection of Mughal jade carvings forming a display for its Jade Collection.
Mughal jade Mughal jades, apart from contemporary architectural embellishment, was the primary form of sculptural expression in northern India during the 17th to 19th centuries.
The museum has several immaculately carved jade artefacts studded with jewels. Fashioning jade to exquisite art-forms is a highly skilled but difficult and slow process.
It is not carved but abraded with the help of several abrasives harder than jade. Finished jade objects were often damascened with gold or silver, enamelled or studded with jewels, not only for external beauty but also to grant them royal status.
Decorative elements and design used in Mughal architecture in stone and marble were beautifully used in jade. Jade formed an important material with which small objects like thumb rings, wine cups, He reigned from to his death in He was the third son of his predecessor, Emperor Taizong, and was succeeded by his sixth son, Emperor Renzong.
Emperor Zhenzong's reign was noted for the consolidation of power and the strengthening of the Song Empire. The empire prospered, and its military might was further reinforced.
However, it would also mark the beginning of a foreign policy towards the Khitan-led Liao dynasty in the north that would ultimately result in humiliation.
In , the Khitans waged war against the Song Empire. Emperor Zhenzong, leading his army, struck back at the Khitans. Despite initial successes, in , Emperor Zhenzong concluded the Shanyuan Treaty.
The treaty resulted in over a century of peace, but at th He is regarded as the dispenser of rain as well as the zoomorphic representation of the yang masculine power of generation.
One of his epithets is Dragon King of Wells and Springs. The dragon king gets his orders from the Jade Emperor. Besides being a water deity, the Dragon God frequently also serves as a territorial tutel Jintong may refer to: Jintong, literally "Gold Boy", a character in Chinese mythology who, along with his female counterpart Yunü or "Jade Girl", are the close servants of the Jade Emperor Jintong, a Chinese era name used by the Tang rebel Huang Chao from to when he declared himself the Qi emperor Illustration from the Jade Record: An assistant in scholar's clothes presents the sinner's record; a demon is set to supervise the punishment.
It has some folk-Buddhist and Daoist features and describes the horrors of Diyu hell in Chinese mythology that await bad people.
The tract describes how the dead pass through the ten courts of hell and are punished with terrible torture according to their misdeeds during life.
In the first hall, the "Mirror of Reflection" lets the dead see their own sins. Sins specifically mentioned include: A Chinese Pixiu, Chinese: P'i-hsiu , is a Chinese mythical hybrid creature, commonly, but incorrectly referred to in the West by the Greek word "chimera", and considered a powerful protector of practitioners of Feng Shui.
It resembles a strong, winged lion. Pixiu is an earth and sea variation, particularly an influential and auspicious creature for wealth.
It is said to have a voracious appetite towards only gold, silver and jewels. The bi is a type of circular ancient Chinese jade artifact.
The earliest bi were produced in the Neolithic period, particularly by the Liangzhu culture — BCE. They were also made in glass.
Description A bi is a flat jade disc with a circular hole in the centre. Neolithic bi are undecorated, while those of later periods of China, like the Zhou dynasty, bear increasingly ornate surface carving particularly in a hexagonal pattern whose motifs represented deities associated with the sky four directions as well as standing for qualities and powers the wearer wanted to invoke or embody.
As laboriously crafted objects, they testify to the concentration of power and resources in the hands of a small elite. Bi disks are consistent The Forbidden Kingdom Chinese: The action sequences were choreographed by Yuen Woo-ping.
Upon release, the film received mixed critical reception. Many criticized the overuse of effects and visuals as well as the screenplay.
However, the cast, direction, action sequences, choreography, and Li's and Chan's performances received t Mara Jade is a fictional female character within the Star Wars franchise.
She appears in the non-canon Legends series, as the wife of Luke Skywalker and mother of Ben Skywalker. Despite not being part of the regular canon and never appearing on the film series, Mara is considered one of the most popular Star Wars characters.
Her first appearance was in Timothy Zahn's Heir to the Empire Zahn imagined Jade as a strong, complex female character, which he found was lacking in the Star Wars universe.
While competent, she is also flawed. After his two-year mandatory military service, he starred in the legal drama Remember , historical films The Magician and Seondal: Owner of the Mask and romance comedy series I'm Not a Robot Early life and education Born and raised in Incheon, Yoo is the youngest of two siblings, he later claimed that his family had been poor.
He decided not to pursue a college degree in order to concentrate on his acting career. Beginnings as a child actor Yoo made his entertainment debut in a cellphone commercial in after Yoo's mother sent in a photo of her son to an ad agency.
Completed in , it is the only temple in Malaysia to be built specifically for the worship of the Jade Emperor Hokkien: The temple was built in the s by members of the ethnic Chinese Hokkien community in Malaysia and underwent a restoration beginning in It was also formerly known as Jingming Palace or Jingming Garden.
It is named after the Jade Spring. Yuquan Spouting Spring of eight scenery of Peking. After the Ming dynasty established its capital in Beijing, Jade Spring was used for royal purposes, and its water was transported from Jade Spring Hill around Xizhimen Gate The Heirloom Seal of the Realm Chinese: The He Shi Bi was a famous piece of jade stone which previously belonged to the Zhao state.
Passing into the hands of the new Emperor of China, he ordered it made into his Imperial seal. The words, "Having received the Mandate from Heaven, may the emperor lead a long and prosperous life.
The Seal was carved from jade because in ancient China, jade was symbolic of the inner beauty within humans. Many tombs and burials from ancient China contained decorative jade, including a jade burial suit unearthed in that belonged to a Han prince, Liu Sheng.
During the Han dynasty, The following is a list of characters in the Chinese classical novel Journey to the West, including those mentioned by name only.
He once accidentally caused a fire that destroyed a pearl given to his father by the Jade Emperor, and was about to be executed for committing this offence when Guanyin appeared and pleaded for his life.
When Tang Sanzang is crossing the stream, the prince appears in the form of a gigantic white dragon and swallows Tang's white horse in one gulp.
The dragon then fights with Sun Wukong but loses and retreats underwater. Sun Wukong hears from the Earth Deity that the dragon was placed there by Guanyin so he goes to find the bodhisattva and learns of the dragon's origin.
The dragon prince was Red tortoise cake Chinese: As suggested by its name, red tortoise cakes are traditionally red in color and has a sticky chewy texture when eaten.
Red tortoise cakes are also prepared for occasions that are culturally important to the Chinese such as a newborn baby's first month or birthdays of the elderly.
Eating red tortoise cakes during these times is meant The jade trade in Myanmar consists of the mining, distribution, and manufacture of the variety of jade, called jadeite, which is produced in the nation of Myanmar Burma.
Most of the jadeite mined in Myanmar is not cut for use in the country, instead being transported to other nations, primarily in Asia, for use in jewelry and other products.
The jadeite deposits found in Myanmar's northern regions is the highest quality jadeite in the world, considered precious by sources in China going as far back as the 10th century.
Khansee is also the on The Four Heavenly Ministers Chinese: They assist the Three Pure Ones in administering all phenomenon of the universe.
The Great Jade Emperor Chinese: The Great Emperor of Polaris oversees all matters in heaven, earth and human world. The Imperial God of Earth is in cha He is revered as a powerful god, able to control the elements and capable of great magic.
He is the patron god of Hebei, Henan, Manchuria and Mongolia. As some Han Chinese now the modern-day Cantonese and Fujianese peoples migrated into the south from Hebei and Henan during the Tang-Song era, Xuanwu is also widely revered in the Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, as well as among the overseas diaspora.
Since the usurping Yongle Emperor of the Ming dynasty claimed the help of Xuanw Huangdi's cult became prominent in the late Warring States and early Han dynasty, when he was portrayed as the originator of the centralized state, as a cosmic ruler, and as a patron of esoteric arts.
A large number of texts — such as the Huangdi Neijing, a medical classic, and the Huangdi Sijing, a group of political treatises — were thus attributed to him.
Having waned in influence duri Origins An image of baby Krishna displayed during Janmashtami celebrations. According to Meir Shahar, Nezha is ultimately based on two figures from Hindu mythology.
The first is a yaksha from the Ramayana named Nalakubar, the son of Yaksha King Kubera and nephew of the antagonist Ravana. The link to Nalakubar is established through variants in his Chinese name appearing in Buddhist sutras.
The second figure is the child god Krishna. Both Krishna and Nezha are powerful children tha In the middle of the space, right behind the central table, a painted scroll is hung, the only one that is not merely decorative and that has a real function in the ritual.
The acolytes unroll it carefully, and then partially roll it up again. The only image in the painting is the character for "gate" ch'üeh which refers to the palace gate, the Golden Gate of the Jade Emperor Yü-huang shangi-ti , head of the pantheon and highest of the gods, who is seated on the threshold of the Tao In general, Chinese New Year is a joyous festival of thanksgiving and celebration, wherein the old year is concluded, the new year is ushered in, the ancestors are revered, and the gods are petitioned for good fortune in the year to come.
One important aspect of these proceedings is the belief that every family's actions are judged, with appropriate rewards and punishments meted out according to their conduct.
The judgment itself, and the concomitant modification of mortal fates, is accomplished by the Jade Emperor. His verdict is determined by the testimony of the Stove God , a humble deity who lives in the family's kitchen for the entirety of the year, witnessing each filial act and minor transgression.
As a result, one prominent New Year's Eve ritual involves bribing the Kitchen God with sweets which are understood to either figuratively "sweeten his tongue" or to literally glue his lips shut.
Later in the week, it is customary to celebrate the Jade Emperor's birthday, which is said to be the ninth day of the first lunar month.
One of the liturgies of propitiation offered to the celestial monarch attests to his perceived power:. Help the sick and all who suffer, protect the hermits against serpents and tigers, navigators against the fury of the waves, peaceable men against robbers and brigands!
Drive far from us all contagion, caterpillars, and grasshoppers. Preserve us from drought, flood, and fire, from tyranny and captivity.
Deliver from the hells those who are tormented there…. Enlighten all men with the doctrine that saves. Cause to be reborn that which is dead, and to become green again that which is dried up.
Given that the Jade Emperor is most prominent in folk practices, it is unsurprising that he is a commonly recurring character in popular Chinese mythology.
Indeed, virtually all Chinese myths, to the extent that they describe gods at all, will contain at least some reference to their celestial sovereign.
Two strikingly incongruent accounts of the Jade Emperor's origins are found in China's textual and folk corpora: In the popular account, the Jade Emperor had originally been a mortal man named Zhang Denglai, a minor functionary in the nascent Zhou Dynasty who lost his life in the bloody civil war with the ruling Shang family ca.
In the afterlife, he alongside many other victims of this conflict waited on the "Terrace of Canonization" for their appropriate posthumous rewards.
These honors were being doled out by Jiang Ziya, the brave and resourceful commander who had led the rebel forces.
Gradually each of the lofty positions in the celestial hierarchy was filled, with only the office of the Jade Emperor, "which Ziya was reserving for himself," remaining.
However, having called out deng-lai, an opportunist, Zhang Denglai, hearing his name, stepped forward, prostrated himself, and thanked Jiang for creating him the Jade Emperor.
In marked contrast, the Daoist account sees the Jade Emperor earning his posting through exemplary personal piety.
Born to a chaste empress after a vision of Laozi , the child was graced with unearthly compassion and charity. He devoted his entire childhood to helping the needy the poor and suffering, the deserted and single, the hungry and disabled.
Furthermore, he showed respect and benevolence to both men and creatures. After his father died, he ascended the throne, but only long enough to ascertain that everyone in his kingdom found peace and contentment.
After that, he abdicated his post, telling his ministers that he wished to cultivate Dao on the Bright and Fragrant Cliff.
It was only after extensive study and practice that he earned immortality and, in the process, his posting at the head of the celestial hierarchy.
The Jade Emperor is thought to have familial connections with many deities in the popular pantheon, including his wife Wang Ma , and his many sons and daughters such as Tzu-sun Niang-niang a fertility goddess who grants children to needy couples , Yen-kuang Niang-niang a goddess who provides individuals with good eyesight , and Zhi Nü an unfortunate young lady who is described below.
In another story, popular throughout Asia and with many differing versions, the Jade Emperor has a daughter named Zhi Nü Traditional Chinese: Every day, the beautiful cloud maiden descended to earth with the aid of a magical robe to bathe.
One day, a lowly cowherd named Niu Lang spotted Zhi Nü as she bathed in a stream. Niu Lang fell instantly in love with her and stole her magic robe, which she had left on the bank of the stream, rendering her unable to escape back to Heaven.
When Zhi Nü emerged from the water, Niu Lang grabbed her and carried her back to his home. When the Jade Emperor heard of this matter, he was furious but unable to intercede, since in the meantime his daughter had fallen in love and married the cowherd.