O konotacjach kolorystycznych w kulturze chińskiej - zielony, niebieski i fioletowy

Lan Wu


the five primary colours that gave rise to the universe and Earth. Then, according to the theory of the Five Elements that make up the universe, i.e. Earth (土 – tu), Wood (木 – mu), Fire (火 – huo), Water (水 – shui) and Metal (金 – jin), five directions were set: East, South, West, North and Centre, to which specific colour combinations were assigned. The colours implied a number of diverse cultural concepts associated with, e.g. the role of power, philosophical theories, rituals and beliefs. Gradually a new colour system came into being and became an important value in traditional Chinese culture. This article looks at the meaning of blue (蓝 – lan), green (绿 – lu) and purple (紫色 – zise).
Author Lan Wu (FL/IESP)
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- Institute of Eastern-Slavic Philology
Other language title versionsColour connotations in Chinese culture: blue, green and purple
Journal seriesGdańskie Studia Azji Wschodniej, ISSN 2084-2902, e-ISSN 2353-8724, (B 4 pkt)
Issue year2018
Publication size in sheets0.50
URL https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/GSAW/article/view/2683/2141
Languagepl polski
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