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Small Medicine Packet Glossary

 
Small Medicine Packet Glossary & Dictionary

Lin - (林) woods; forest; CL:片[pian4]; circle(s) (i.e. specific group of people); a collection (of similar things)

Yao - (药) medicine; drug; substance used for a specific purpose (e.g. poisoning, explosion, fermenting); CL:種|种[zhong3],服[fu4],味[wei4]; to poison

Bāo to cover; to wrap; to hold; to include; to take charge of; to contract (to or for); package; wrapper; container; bag; to hold or embrace; bundle; packet;

Yán (言) - words; speech; to say; to talk

(law; surname Lü 

Jǐ (己) - self; oneself; sixth of the ten Heavenly Stems 十天干[shi2 tian1 gan1]; sixth in order; letter "F" or roman "VI" in list "A, B, C", or "I, II, III" etc; hexa

Yán Sù - ( ) - solemn; grave; serious; earnest; severe

Yán () - language

Gāo () - high; tall; above average; loud; your (honorific) or surname Gao

TCM - Traditional Chinese Medicine

WeChat is a Chinese multi-purpose messagingsocial media and mobile payment app

Taobao is a Chinese online shopping website

Moments on WeChat (朋友圈) - is a fundamental feature for WeChat. There, you can post text-based updates, upload up to nine images as well as share videos and articles, just like your Facebook Timeline or Twitter News Feed.

Cupping therapy -  is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

Pulse diagnosis - is a diagnostic technique used in TCM. 
The doctor will use three fingers to take the patient's pulse at three positions on each wrist, using first gentle then stronger pressure to feel in depth. The quality of the pulse is judged according to 28 variables. Each pulse position is seen as corresponding to a certain organ and that organ's status can be monitored by the quality of the pulse at that position.

Shànghuo (上火) - is a folk saying, also known as "heat", which can be explained from the theory of TCM and belongs to the category of TCM heat syndrome.
Chinese medicine, the human body yin and yang imbalance within the fire exuberant, that would get angry . Therefore, the so-called " fire " refers to certain symptoms of heat in the body, and getting angry is the internal heat syndrome that occurs after the body's yin and yang imbalance. Specific symptoms include red and swollen eyes, erosion of mouth, yellow urine, toothache, sore throat, etc. Getting up " is more likely to occur in dry climates and continuous hot and humid weather.

Cheongsam -  also known as a qipao, is a close-fitting dress that originated in 1920s Shanghai. It quickly became a fashion phenomenon that was adopted by movie stars and schoolgirls alike. The history of this iconic garment reflects the rise of the modern Chinese woman in the twentieth century.

Oil-paper umbrella - is a type of paper umbrella that originated in China
Other than the purpose of providing shade, oil-paper umbrellas are also traditional wedding items. In traditional Chinese and Japanese weddings, the matron of honor would cover the bride with a red oil-paper umbrella upon arrival to ward off evil spirits. Purple umbrellas are a symbol of longevity for elders, while white umbrellas are used in funerals. Oil-paper umbrellas are also used as props in Japanese traditional dances and tea ceremonies.

Jiangnan Rain Alley - literally "South of the River" meaning "South of the Yangtze" is connected with images of a more poetic nature.
A vast blur of mist and rain during much of the year has taught people living along the south bank of the Yangtze River never to forget an umbrella. Thus, colorful oilpaper umbrellas were an essential piece of equipment many years ago.
"Holding up an oilpaper umbrella, I loiter aimlessly in the long, long and lonely rainy alley; I hope to encounter a lilac-like girl nursing her resentment." These are the words of a poem written by Dai Wang Shu in the 1920s that have ever since struck a chord with Chinese longing for a certain romantic vision.

Miss Etiquette (迎宾小姐) originally referred to the people who helped the ribbon-cutters during the ribbon-cutting process. Generally speaking, the assistants are mostly female staff of the host . 
Miss etiquette refers to young women who do service or assist in some ceremonial occasions (such as ribbon cutting ceremony , opening ceremony, signing ceremony, wedding ceremony, exhibition activities, conference activities, etc.).
Work content: The common tasks of the etiquette ladies include welcoming guests , leading , standing up to set off the atmosphere, accompany and assist the main personnel, serve the present, draw lottery, bouquets, trays, etc. The task of the greeter is to be responsible for welcoming and sending guests at the event site. The task of the leader is to lead the main personnel on stage and exit during the ceremony. The task of the waiter is to provide drinks and arrange breaks for the people present. The task of the painter is to unfold and straighten the red ribbon when cutting the ribbon. The task of the flower holder is to hold the flower ball when cutting the ribbon. The task of the pallet is to provide scissors, gloves and other ribbon-cutting supplies for the ribbon-cutters.

Programmer Encourager (程序员鼓励师) a young beautiful woman who cheers, encourage, and takes good care of an anxious male programmer, she would sit next to him, comfort him, and even does shoulder massage.
Job Responsibilities: When the programmer was anxious, she sat next to the girl who cheered him on. 
Job requirements: 
  • Fresh appearance, sweet voice, smile always, everyone loves.
  • It is not important to be good at listening, not good at communication, and can tolerate the inability to communicate with IT engineers.
  • It doesn't matter whether you have a temper or not, you must be good at discovering the nature of every program warm man and successfully tame it.
  • Understand the Internet , understand technology, otherwise, engineers will be even more shocked by the cloud.  
  • Dress fashion and avant-garde, singles are preferred. 

Xiawan point (下脘穴)  one of the acupuncture points in Chinese medicine , belongs to Renmai . 
Location:  On the anterior median line of the upper abdomen, 2.0 cun above the umbilicus.
Classification: Crossing point of the Ren Vessel and the Urinary Bladder Meridian
Indications: Epigastric pain, abdominal distention, diarrhea, hiccup
Functions: Descends Stomach Qi, relieves Food Stagnation, harmonizes the Middle Jiao.
Needling: Perpendicular insertion 1.0 - 2.0 cun. 

Yuanjia road is narrow (冤家路窄) a Chinese idiom pinyin is yuān jiā lù zhǎi, which means that the enemy meets on a narrow road.
 Refers to the encounter of enemies or people who are unwilling to meet, from Ling Mengchu's "Surprise in the First Moment". 
The enemies meet in a narrow road. Refers to enemies or people who are unwilling to meet but met. 


Wear small shoes (穿小鞋) - It is a metaphor to hit or make things difficult for others in secret.

To have eyes but failed to recognize Mt. Tai (有眼不识泰山) (idiom); fig. to fail to recognize sb's importance or sb's great talent; to be blind to the fact.

To have eyes but not to know Taishan is a Chinese idiom whose pronunciation is yǒu yǎn bù shí tài shān. It means that although he has eyes, he does not know Taishan. The metaphor is too narrow to recognize people of high status or ability. From the second chapter of Ming Shi Naian's "Water Margin": "Master is so powerful, he must be a teacher. Children have eyes but don't know Mount Tai."

[Note] Although I have eyes, I don't know Taishan. The metaphor is too narrow to recognize people of high status or ability. It's a more respectful way of saying that it can make others have a better impression of you.

Click here to read Idiom story : Baidu(Source)


Doesn't know good people (不识好人心) Used to curse people for not understanding good intentions, not knowing good or bad.

I don’t know good people’s minds, pinyin bù shí hǎo rén xīn, from the 25th episode of "A Dream of Red Mansions " and the novel " Eight Immortals De Taoism " Chapter 083 and Chapter 084.

"Dog bites Lu Dongbin and doesn't know good people's hearts " is a colloquial phrase that almost all women and children know, and the source comes from folktales and legends. 

[Title] Dog bites Lu Dongbin, but doesn't know good people.
[Interpretation] Lu Dongbin: one of the legendary eight immortals. Used to curse people for not understanding good intentions, not knowing good or bad.



People's Artist (人民艺术家) is a national honorary title of the People's Republic of China.
The honorary title is the second-level meritorious honor in the party and national meritorious recognition system established in 2017. It is under the medal and above the commendation award and commemorative medal. There are two types of honorary titles:
  • National Honorary Title: Awarded to outstanding individuals who have made major contributions and have a high reputation in various fields and industries such as economy, society, national defense, diplomacy, education, science and technology, culture, health, and sports. It is generally named as "people", such as "people's hero", "people's guardian", "people's scientist", "people's artist", "people's educator", etc.
  • Honorary titles awarded by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the State Council, and the Central Military Commission: Awarded for making outstanding contributions to coordinating and advancing the "four comprehensive" strategic layout, building and defending socialism with Chinese characteristics, having a lofty spirit and demeanor, as well as for emergency rescue and disaster relief and handling emergencies Or individuals and groups with outstanding performance and touching deeds in the completion of major special tasks.


No grass (寸草不生) The Chinese idiom is cùn cǎo bù shēng, which means that the land is barren and the environment is harsh, and no grass grows at all. It also described the disaster as serious. From "Journey to the West" by Ming Wu Chengen.

Peach Blossom Eyes (新员工入职流程) - a kind of eye shape, named after it resembles a peach blossom. If a woman has a pair of peach blossom eyes, her eyes look like drunk and pitiful, just like a pear blossom with spring rain; if a man has a pair of peach blossom eyes, her eyes are full of affection, with black and white eyes that look like drunk but not drunk. The corners of the eyes are slightly flushed. Makes people's mind rippling.

Entry procedures (入 职 手续 ) - The 3rd step out the six major steps the New Employee Orientation Process
1. Preparation for entry;
2. Registration for employment;
3. Entry procedures;
  • Fill in the "Employee Resume Form "
  • Issue the "System Compendium" that introduces the company's situation and management system to new employees, so that they have basic company work knowledge and require them to learn more about the company's internal network.
  • Go through the entry procedures item by item in accordance with the "List of Entry Procedures for New Employees".
  • Confirm the time when the employee was transferred to the personnel file.
  • Introduce management to new employees.
  • Bring new employees to the department and introduce them to the department general manager.
  • Announce the situation of new employees to the whole company through E-mail and internal company publications.
  • Update the employee address book.
  • Sign the " Labor Contract ".  
4. Induction training;
5. Evaluation of conversion;
6. End of entry.

Male God (男神) - man who is typically handsomecaring or wealthy that a girl is infatuated with; one's dream guy or Mister Right in real life.
Male god is a Chinese vocabulary, pinyin is nán shén, which corresponds to "goddess" and is an internet term. The original meaning refers to some gods whose gender is male, and the extended meaning is the respectful name of some outstanding men or idols.
Interpretation (popular): A general term for men who are beyond reach, generally referring to the objects or idols of girls. It can also mean derogatory meaning, which is short for male neuropathy .
Generally describe a man who looks neat and looks good.

Programmer (码农) Code FarmersCoding Peasant(s): It can refer to professionals in a certain professional field of programming, or professionals engaged in software writing, program development, and maintenance. But generally Coder specifically refers to the coder who writes the code.

Yán Yú Lǜ Jǐ () (Chinese idiom) Be strict with yourself, which means to restrain yourself strictly. From Song Chen Liang "Xie Zengcha Yuanjun"
"Be strict in self-discipline, and you will see the merits; if you love the people, you must control the husband and govern the way."
Usage: Complementary; used as a predicate and complement ; with compliments ; refers to strictly restraining oneself.

RMB or CNY - There is essentially no difference. The renminbi is the official currency of the People’s Republic of China, and translates to “people’s money.” Its international symbol is CNY Chinese Yuan (or CNH in Hong Kong; but abbreviated RMB, with the symbol ¥).

Nima (尼玛) is a sacred word in Tibetan culture. "Nima" is a respectful name for the sun in Tibetan , and it is also used as a person's name. The word "Nyima" comes from the Chinese translation of Tibetan, which is translated as: bright, sacred, and also means "sun." 


Secondary 2/Form two  (中二) Internet buzzwords, are mostly some pathological self-awareness of adolescents in the second grade. Originated from Japan, it was put forward by the artist Ijiin Hikari in the radio program "Ijiin Hikari no Red Deer Li". It mainly refers to the peculiar thoughts, actions, and values ​​of puberty. It is a general term for some behaviors of excessive self-consciousness in the youth rebellious period.
Secondary 2 disease is a popular word on the Internet. The term originated from Japan . "Secondary 2" means the second grade of junior high school. As the name suggests, "Second Disease" refers to the self-righteous thoughts, actions and values ​​unique to adolescents. With the widespread use of this term on the Internet, "Secondary Diseases" mainly refers to those who are self-conscious and arrogant, but feel incomprehensible and self-consciously unfortunate, especially those who have "formed values ​​and naive ideas that have not yet separated "Intermixed" adults. 
The second disease (also known as the second disease) was first proposed by Ijiinko on the radio program "Ijiinko's Red Deer Power in the Late Night" on January 11, 1999. It is a metaphor for Japanese adolescents who are too self-righteous and so special. At that time, the name was just a special abbreviation for Yiji Yuanguang to communicate with the audience. However, due to the commonness in a certain sense, the name became a popular term on the Internet.


Yan Kong or Face Control (颜控) Yan Kong, as the name suggests, is a person who attaches great importance to looks and thinks that being beautiful is the way of heaven. Yan Kong is basically simply obsessed with the looks of others. When you see a beautiful person, you want to move forward. Love is two concepts. Confuse love with Yan control. This kind of people take it as their mission to discover handsome men and beautiful women, and their goal is to discover beautiful people.

Yan: face, appearance, appearance. 

Control: from the Japanese "コン (con)", taking the initial sound of complex (complex), referring to a person who likes something extremely, and what you like should be named before the word "control".


Pointing at the mulberry while cursing the locust tree  (指桑骂槐) The Chinese idiom refers to mulberry cursing huai. The pinyin is zhǐ sāng mà huái, which means to scold the locust tree while referring to the mulberry tree. From "A Dream of Red Mansions" 

[Synonyms] Refers to the chicken scolding the dog, knocking on the side, and using questions
[Antonyms] outspoken, straightforward, naming names 


Kidney deficiency 肾虚 refers to insufficient kidney essence of Yin and Yang. One of the symptoms for males: Sex function loss, impotence, premature ejaculation, prone to prostatitis and so on;]


Private/Special Car (专车) - Collectively referred to as Internet ride-hailing platforms. Private vehicles are operating vehicles with legal operating licenses that are jointly certified by the taxi-hailing platform and the government to transport passengers. They are mainly used to complete order reservations and payment through mobile devices such as mobile phones.


Dog blood  (狗血啊) Gouxue means nonsense, exaggeration, and incredible. The so-called "dog blood" refers to the plots that are constantly remakes and imitated in TV dramas, to describe those similar plots, poor imitations, or very exaggerated and fake performances that often appear.

自作孽不可活 (Proverb) It refers to natural disasters that people can escape and survive; but the sins that people commit themselves cannot escape punishment. "Mencius. "Gongsun Chou Shang": "Tai Jia said: "Heaven's doing evil can still be violated, and you can't live by yourself." This is also called. "The evils we bring on ourselves are the hardest to bear."


Schadenfreude 少幸灾乐祸  take pleasure in other people's misfortune.

Sword eyebrows: (剑眉) The eyebrows are thick and the eyebrows are raised straight up. The eyebrows follow the trend, not curled up, and stand above the eyes like two swords. This is the "sword eyebrow". And full of prestige, "iron face sword eyebrows, military power thousands of miles." It is also said that "phoenix eyes and sword eyebrows" are the appearance of the emperor. In ancient times, the term Jianmei Xingmu was also used to describe the appearance of a general.

Star eyes: (星目) The eyes are like bright stars, big, bright, and piercing. This kind of person's behavior is also very upright and bright. People with long sword eyebrow stars are generally upright and straightforward in character, and most show a double-faced character, doing good and evil only between one thought.






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