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heatiness

heatiness  n.— «The other ailment Doris waxes lyrical about is a peculiar affliction called heatiness. This, according to Chinese culinary traditionalists, is caused by eating the wrong combinations of foods or downing too much strong...

heatiness

heatiness n. a characteristic of certain foods or stimulants said to cause emotional or physical reactions associated with temper, fever, passion, excess, or true heat. Editorial Note: From Chinese culture and medicine. (source: Double-Tongued...

heatiness

heatiness  n.— «Ron-Nai is what the Chinese call “re-qi” which is roughtly translated as “heatiness” which is a term widely used by Malaysian and Singaporean Chinese.…Food that is typically known as...

heatiness

heatiness  n.— «The heart of the matter is the intricate philosophy of “heatiness and cooliness”—a traditional Chinese belief in the balance between hot and cold air within the body. “To understand the market, you must...

heatiness

heatiness  n.— «The company was started two years ago to produce the jelly—which many Chinese believe can relieve “heatiness”—from about 20 types of herbs.» —“Herbal Jelly Maker Goes Global With Help From...

peaceful rising

peaceful rising  n.— «Beginning late last year, senior Chinese leaders and analysts began promoting the notion of “peaceful rise” (heping jueqi) as “the new pathway” (xin dao lu) for China in the coming decades...