Nanfeng (南风)

The literal translation of the Chinese expression Nanfeng (南风) is “southern wind” and it is a classic expression that can be found in ancient texts. This expression was frequently used during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), and it seems that the origin of the expression lies in the comparison between the southern effeminate men and the much more masculine northern men.

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