Chinese Character for Peace
Posted by Lilian Li on 01/02/2016 7:48 PM 399
Look at the picture, it is a peace dove, right? Most of us hope that we can live in a peace world. Today we will learn some Chinese words about “peace”.
1. Chinese characters about“peace”
和平 hé pínɡ Peace
shì jiè hé pínɡ shì quán shì jiè rén mín de yuàn wànɡ！
To have peace is the hope of everyone all over the world.
平安 pínɡ ān Safe
zhù nǐ yí lù pínɡ ān!
We wish you a safe journey!
和睦 hé mù Harmony
zhōnɡ qiū jié shì tuán jù, hé mù, méi mǎn hé shōu huò de rì zi.
It is a day of unity, harmony, happiness and harvest.
和平鸽 hé pínɡ ɡē Peace Dove
hé pínɡ ɡē shì xiànɡ zhēnɡ zhe hé pínɡ.
Peace dove represents peace.
橄榄枝 ɡǎn lǎn zhī Olive Branch
ɡǎn lǎn zhī xiànɡ zhēnɡ zhe hé pínɡ.
Olive branch is the symbolize of peace.
危险 wēi xiǎn Dangerous
zhè me zuò hěn wēi xiǎn.
It is very dangerous to do things like this.
战争 zhàn zhēnɡ War
zhàn zhēnɡ dài lái sǐ wánɡ hé jī huɑnɡ.
War brings death and famine.
恐怖主义 kǒnɡ bù zhǔ yì Terrorism
The world people preach down terrorism and violence.
Terrorism and violence should be preached down by the whole world people.
2. How to write Chinese character“peace”？
You can learn how to write Chinese character “和平” by this picture.
3. Chinese peaceful principle
On 29 April 1954, there was an agreement signed between China and India. It's called The five principles of peaceful coexistence. This agreement stated the five principles as:
Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs.
Equality and cooperation for mutual benefit.
hé pínɡ ɡònɡ chǔ wǔ xiànɡ yuán zé
和 平 共 处 五 项 原 则
hù xiānɡ zūn zhònɡ zhǔ quán hé línɡ tǔ wán zhěnɡ 、
互 相 尊 重 主 权 和 领 土 完 整 、
hù bù qīn fàn 、
互 不 侵 犯 、
hù bù ɡān shè nèi zhènɡ 、
互 不 干 涉 内 政 、
pínɡ děnɡ hù lì 、
平 等 互 利 、
hé pínɡ ɡònɡ chǔ
和 平 共 处
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Lilian has a master’s degree in linguistics and didactics from Rennes University in France. An expert in linguistics and educational psychology, she has taught Chinese as a foreign language for several years, primarily in France. Her classes follow a logical and thorough path to ensure students build a methodology of learning that will continue to help them improve their language ability. She likes jogging, swimming, partying, and hang out with friends! Learn Chinese online with Lilian Li >>