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NJStar(南极星 Nanjixing) develops Chinese language software, Japanese language software and Korean language software and multilingual solutions. Our CJK software products are ranked ahead of competitors such as Richwin, ChineseStar/CStar, MagicWin, TwinBridge and Unionway. We also produce Chinese dictionary and Japanese dictionary which are bundled in our Chinese language and Japanese language word processors. Our software products include Chinese Word Processor, Japanese Word Processor, NJStar Communicator, Chinese Pen, Chinese Lunar Calendar and NJStar CJK Multilingual Viewer (NJWIN).

NJ Star stands for Nan Ji Xing [Nanjixing, 南極星] in Chinese,meaning South Pole Star or Southern Star. Most people read it as NanjiStar [Nanji Star].

Our popular program NJStar Communicator supports display/viewing and input/typing of Asian languages invarious encodings, such as Chinese code GB/GBK/GB18130, Big5/Big5-HKSCS, Japanese EUC/Shift-JIS/New-JIS,Korean KSC/Johab, and Unicode (UTF7, UTF8, UTF16/UCS2, UTF32/UCS4). NJStar Communicator alsoincludes Universal Code Convertor, Express Mail, 20 advanced Chinese Input Methods (Chinese IME),10 Japanese Input Method Editors (Japanese IME) and 5 Korean Input Method Engines (Korean IME).One of its outstanding feathures is to display Simplified Chinese webpage in Traditional Chinese, or Traditional Chinese web page as Simplified Chinese. This function works under Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) or Mozilla Firefox browser. It's best to use NJStar Communicator where you have CJK characters but Microsoft Windows XPdoes not display it, such as in email messages, MP3 sound titles and instant communications.It has been recommended by many popular sites such as Yahoo as the best reader for readingChinese on the internet. It is very useful for reading/writing Chinese on webmail such asHotmail, MSN, AOL, Netscape, Eudora, Yahoo mail and GMail/Google mail.NJStar Communicator can be used as Chinese/Japanese/Korean text display support for non-Unicodeapplications on Windows 95/98/Me/NT/XP/2000/2003.>>>..more info is the exclusive online map update retailer for the world's leading automotive brands. Each map update includes new and modified roads, points of interest, addresses, signage, and much more. Is your navigation system ready for the road?

NJStar Chinese WP supports both simplified and traditional Chinese characters in one document.With built-in bilingual dictionary and Radical character lookup, it can be used as Chinese learning tools, or as translation assistant. Chinese Pen is integrated in Professional version with accurate hand writing recognition and mandarin pronunciations. NJStar Chinese WP has been licensed for Chinese learning by many language schools or Asian study departments in Universities around the world.>>>..more info

NJStar Japanese WP includes a Japanese verb generator which produce various Verb forms from Dictionary Form. This function is integrated with pop-up dictionary, so any use of verb forms can be identified automatically. The included Japanese to English dictionary can updated live from Monash Nihongo Archive whenever new version is available. Japanese WP has been licensed for Japanese learning by many language schools.>>>..more info

NJStar Chinese Lunar Calendar lookups lunar date between year 1600 to 2100 comparing to Solar Calendar. It also combines a world clock and multi-functional alarm/reminder/scheduler.>>>..more info

A free tool is provided for looking up Chinese Commercial Code (CCC),which is also called Chinese Telegraph Code (CTC). CCC is used in Chinese name identificationin visa application for non-Chinese speaking countries such as UK and Australia.

In partnership with Du YongTao's Studio (DYTS), we provide sales and support for Palm CJKOS for PalmOS,a Chinese, Japanese and Korean Operating System for your Palm Pilot, Palm III, Palm IIIx and Palm V.>>>..more info

We release a Free Software called NJStar AsianExplorer.
We are planning to develop NJStar Chinese Master ( and Japanese MasterLanguage learning programs for beginners.

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Chinese dragons are powerful and benevolent symbols in Chinese culture, with supposed control over watery phenomenon, e.g. summoning rain during a drought. Dragons are everywhere in China — in legends, festivals, astrology, art, names, and idioms.

Dragons are seen as lucky and good quite different to the evil, dangerous, fire-breathing dragons of most Western stories.

Quick Facts About Chinese Dragons

  • Chinese dragons don't exist factually — there is no evidence to prove that they are real creatures.
  • The Dragon is one of the twelve Chinese zodiac signs.
  • Emperors in ancient China were identified as the sons of dragons. And, at that time, ordinary people were not allowed to have items with pictures of dragons on them.
  • Chinese dragons are symbolic of being lucky, propitious, powerful, and noble; not as monsters as they are portrayed in Western stories.
  • Most Chinese dragons' pictures have long bodies like snakes and sharp claws like hawks — less like dinosaurs than Western dragons.
  • Chinese dragons live at the bottom of seas, rivers, lakes, or anywhere with water.

See more amazing facts on Chinese dragons.

Ancient Chinese Dragon Symbols

Dragons are found in many aspects of Chinese culture from legends about Chinese ancestry to modern mascots, from festival events to astrology to idioms.

Ancestor of the Chinese People

It was said that thousands of years ago, Yandi (a legendary tribal leader) was born by his mother's telepathy with a mighty dragon. With the help of the dragon, and allied with Huangdi (a legendary tribal leader), they opened the prelude to Chinese civilization; so Yandi and Huangdi were considered to be ancestors of the Chinese people.

As time has gone by, Chinese people refer to themselves as the descendants of Yandi and Huangdi, as well as the descendants of the Chinese dragon.

A Spirit of 'Unrelenting and Pioneering'

Dragon has transformed from an imaginary prodigy to a mascot from ancient times to the present. It represents the Chinese people's unrelenting and pioneering spirit of keeping pace with the times.

Not only is the dragon prevailing in China, but it's also very popular among the Chinese people living overseas; it has become the symbol of China and of Chinese culture.

Associated with Festivals and Celebrations

Dragon dance: The dragon dance is performed at many celebrations, e.g. Chinese New Year. Generally, there is a long dragon, spanning up to 70 meters, that is constructed using hoops made of bamboo covered with glistening fabric, and held by dancers.

Dragon boat racing: Dragon boats are decorated like a Chinese dragon. This activity usually attracts many people to appreciate the custom during the traditional Dragon Boat Festival.

The 9 Types of the Chinese Dragon

According to Chinese myths, the dragon has nine sons with different characters, and their images are widely used in architectural decoration, especially in the imperial palaces. The nine sons are often used in buildings' decorations and sculptures.

Names of the 9 Types of Dragons in China

  • Bixi (赑屃 Bìxì /bee-sshee/) — eldest, turtle-shaped with sharp teeth, fond of carrying heavy objects; often on graves/monuments
  • Qiuniu (囚牛 Qiúniú /chyoh-nyoh/) — yellow scaly dragon, likes and excels in music; often adorns musical instruments
  • Yazi (睚眦 Yázì /yaa-dzrr/) — snake belly and leopard head, keen on fighting/killing; often decorates sword grips
  • Chaofeng (嘲风 Cháofēng /chaoww-fnng/) — instinctively adventurous; often adorns palace roof ridges
  • Pulao (蒲牢 Púláo /poo-laoww/) — known for loud crying; often on bell handles
  • Chiwen (螭吻 chīwěn /chrr-wnn/) — lives in the sea, harsh-voiced, delights in devouring creatures; often on palace ridgepole ends
  • Bi'an (狴犴 Bì'àn /bee-an/) — likes lawsuits, often stands by jail gates
  • Suanni (狻猊 Suānní /swann-nee/) — lion-shaped, delights in sitting cross-legged and smelling incense; often on Buddhist temple incense burners and seats
  • Fuxi (负屃 Fùxì /foo-sshee/) — most Chinese dragon-like; often on stone tablets

The Chinese Zodiac Dragon

Chinese zodiac sign of the Dragon: Every year within each 12-year cycle of the lunar calendar is represented in Chinese mythology by one of 12 animals. People born in the year of 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, or 2024 belong to the Dragon zodiac sign.

Dragon Idiom — 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'

卧虎藏龙 wò hǔ cáng lóng, 'crouching tiger, hidden dragon', means talented individuals in hiding.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is also a famous movie's name. See 10 movies to watch before going to China.

  • For more dragon idioms see Famous Chinese Sayings.

The Origin of Dragon in China — Ancient Tribal Totems

A number of legends concerning the origin of the dragon emerged in the course of Chinese history, of which the Totem-Worship Theory is more popular than the others.

The Yellow Emperor (Huangdi, a legendary tribal leader) launched a series of wars against nine tribes on the Yellow River Valley, and incorporated the other tribes' totems into his own dragon totem after defeating them.

This explains why the dragon has attributes belonging to nine other creatures: eyes like a shrimp, antlers like a deer, a big mouth like a bull, a nose like a dog, whiskers like a catfish, a lion's mane, a long tail like a snake, scales like a fish, and claws like a hawk.

Chinese Dragon Decorations — Buildings, Costume, and Opera Shows

Dragons in the Forbidden City: on chairs, stairs, roofs, and doors

Chinese dragons don't exist in real life, but you can see many dragon elements in China. The following three suggestions are just a few examples of where Chinese dragons 'exist'. You may discover more dragons by yourself.

In Ancient Imperial Buildings Like the Forbidden City

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The Chinese dragon symbolizes the sovereignty of emperors, and everything related to it was exclusively for emperors in the Chinese feudal society. The ancient emperors called their sons 'seeds of dragons', their robes were 'dragon robes', and their chairs were 'dragon chairs'.

When you enter the Forbidden City, you can see elements of Chinese dragons nearly everywhere: the nine sons of the dragon on the golden roof, on the stone floor, the imperial chair decoration, wood sculptures on pillars, and handrails, etc.

Embroidery on Imperial Robes and Museum Artifacts

Dragon's embroidery with 4 toes on an vassal's robe in Shanghai Museum

When you visit a Chinese museum with ancient relics, you may see many imperial clothes embroidered with Chinese dragons.

You may find them boring, because they all look the same. But if you pay attention to each dragon's color, number of toes, and gestures, you will find they are different. The pattern of the dragon on an emperor's robe has four paws with five toes on each, and the one on the vassal's robe only depicts four toes on each paw, which highlights the supremacy of the ancient emperors.

If you are a fan of the Cannes Film Festival, you will remember that the Chinese actress, Fan Bingbing, once walked the red carpet wearing a dress with Chinese dragon embroidery, which was amazing.

It will be more interesting to visit a Chinese museum if you know more about Chinese dragons.

Dragons in Chinese Opera

There are many Chinese opera shows with 'dragon' in the title. Also, you can see dragons on imperial robes in an opera show when there are roles depicting an imperial family.

Explore Chinese Dragon Culture

Dragon's sculpture on the stairs in the Forbidden City

The best way to explore China's dragon culture is to visit the country, and learn about the culture, with a local expert. We are in China, and we are able to arrange a culture tour for you with a local knowledgeable guide.

The Forbidden City in Beijing is steeped in dragon culture, with emperors taking it as their symbol. See our top Forbidden City tours:

  • 8-Day Golden Triangle Tour — the classic first-timer's Beijing, Xi'an, and Shanghai itinerary
  • 11-Day Classic Wonders Tour — the above with beautiful Guilin, including the Dragon's Back Terraces
  • 3-Day Beijing Discovery Tour — imperial culture, the Great Wall.. a perfect introduction to Beijing

See more China tours for inspiration.

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