|Chinese martial arts movies||chopsocky|
|(551?-478? BC) Chinese philosopher and teacher who founded Confucianism||Confucius|
|(c. 1350-1600) revival of the arts and learning that began in Italy and spread throughout Europe (most often associated with the works of Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Dante, and Da Vinci), classical revival, end of Middle Ages, in architectural style of ...||Renaissance|
|(Chinese) work together; overly excited, too enthusiastic, very enthusiastic, wanting to fight||gung ho|
|(during the Middle Ages) three lowest of the seven liberal arts (grammar, rhetoric, and logic), less important liberal arts, see also:quadrivium||trivium|
|(French) school of fine arts (i.e. music conservatory)||conservatoire|
|(from Italian) social gathering; informal discussion on arts; social gathering to converse about a topic related to arts or science||conversazione|
|(Informal) pretentiously artistic, pompously presenting oneself as interested in or involved in the arts (also arty), affectedly artistic||artsy|
|(Informal) that which is old and classic (especially songs and movies), old thing||oldie|
|(Martial Arts) Korean grade indicating achievement level below black belt||gup|
|(Slang) Chinese person, one of Chinese origin (derogatory)||Chink|
|(Slang) having long hair; common to longhairs, (Slang) intellectual; fan of the arts; hippie; one who has long hair, cat with long fur, impractical intellectual, long-haired man, somebody dedicated to arts and music||longhair|
|(Slang) script writer, person who writes scripts (for movies, plays, television shows, etc.)||scripter|
|(U.K. Slang) movies, cinema; rapid unintentional fixation motions of the eye of 5 to 10 minutes of arc (Medicine)||flicks|
|1950s Chinese policy||Great Leap Forward|
|19C Chinese rebel||Taiping|
|a mountainous region of central Asia that stretches from the Caspian Sea to the Gobi Desert. It is divided into three sections, Russian or Western Turkistan, which includes Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan, Chinese or Eastern Turkistan, made up o...||Turkistan; Turkestan|
|a service mark for an award given annually for achievement in the recorded music industry, any of a number of golden statuettes awarded by the American National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievement in the recording industry||Grammy|
|a trademark for the golden statuette awarded annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to people in the film industry for achievement in the making of movies, code word for letter "O", gold statue awarded by the Academy of Motion Pict...||Oscar|
|academy member, member of an academy which promotes the sciences or arts; one who has received an academic degree from an institution of higher learning||academician|
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