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  1. The Chinese Mind: Understanding Traditional Chinese Beliefs and their Influence on Contemporary Culture by Boye Lafayette De Mente, 2009-03-10
  2. Barron's AP Chinese Language and Culture: with Audio CDs (Barron's: the Leader in Test Preparation) by Yan Shen, 2009-08-13
  3. The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture (Cambridge Companions to Culture)
  4. Chinese Language and Culture by Weijia Huang, Qun Ao, 2003-03-15
  5. It's All Chinese to Me: An Overview of Culture & Etiquette in China by Pierre Ostrowski, Gwen Penner, 2009-10-10
  6. The Impact of Buddhism on Chinese Material Culture (Buddhisms) by John Kieschnick, 2003-03-17
  7. China A to Z: Everything You Need to Know to Understand Chinese Customs and Culture by May-lee Chai, Winberg Chai, 2007-09-25
  8. Chinese Calligraphy (The Culture & Civilization of China) by Zhongshi Ouyang, Wen C. Fong, 2008-09-23
  9. The Ugly Chinaman and the Crisis of Chinese Culture by Po-Yang, Don Cohn, et all 1992-10
  10. The Chinese Have a Word for It : The Complete Guide to Chinese Thought and Culture by Boye De Mente, 2000-09-01
  11. Chinese Art and Culture by Robert L. Thorp, Richard Ellis Vinograd, 2001-03-01
  12. Learning Chinese The Easy Way: Read & Understand The Symbols of Chinese Culture by Sam Song, 2008-04-01
  13. True Son of Heaven: How Jesus Fulfills the Chinese Culture by David Marshall, 2002-12-06
  14. Daoism and Chinese Culture by Livia Kohn, 2001-05-01

1. Culture Of China - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Chinese culture). Jump to navigation, search. For contemporary culture after 1949, see Culture of
Culture of China
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(Redirected from Chinese culture Jump to: navigation search For contemporary culture after 1949, see Culture of the People's Republic of China A Chinese Opera Beijing Opera ) performance in Beijing, one of the many aspects of traditional Chinese culture This article contains Chinese text.
Without proper rendering support , you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Chinese characters The Culture of China (Chinese: 中國文化) is home to one of the world's oldest and most complex civilizations covering a history of over 5,000 years. The nation covers a large geographical region with customs and traditions varying greatly between towns, cities and provinces Chinese culture (Chinese: 中華文化) is a broad term used to describe the cultural foundation, even among Chinese-speaking regions outside of mainland China
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Many ethnic groups have existed in China. In terms of the numbers, however, the pre-eminent ethnic group is the

2. |Chinese Etiquette And Protocol
Returning to the time of Confucius aids in understanding the culture and etiquette of modern China.
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Confucius, China's greatest sage established a system of ethics, morals, hierarchy and behavior, setting the rules for people dealing with other people, and establishing each person's proper place in society.
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Key Concepts in Understanding Chinese Culture
: Throughout much of Chinese history, the fundamental glue that has held society together is the concept of guanxi , relationships between people. Today this means who you know and what these people believe their obligations are to you.
With a good network of contacts in China, almost anything can be accomplished. Guanxi is how things get done. The power of guanxi is one of the reasons given for why China does not have a reliable legal system.
Reciprocity : This refers to the exchanging of favors between individuals and groups. People will presume upon those with whom they have

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chinese_culture. Geography and Land China is the world’s third largest country in terms of land area. Mountains rise up in the Southwest and Western part
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Although China has a very long coastline with the Pacific Ocean, the Chinese historically have been an isolationist country and looked towards the Western part of the country for limited territorial expansion
except for brief overseas sojourns in the Yuan and Ming dynasties. Due to its large geographical coverage, one can find almost every climate in the world in China, from temperate zones along the coastline, to plains, arid deserts, high altitude mountains, and tropical areas. The area along the Yangtze River Delta is one of the most fertile in the world, and much rice is grown in this region.
China is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, North Korea, Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.
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Nowadays in China, children usually have no siblings, and the social consequences of children growing up without uncles and aunts will dramatically affect the way that Chinese interact within the family structure. The family is
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Shandong has China's highest concentration of Korean people and enterprises, the majority of whom are in Qingdao. A report from the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea, in Qingdao, says that by the end of October there were more than 148,000 Koreans living in Shandong, and 85,000 of these were in Qingdao. Qingdao's government has raced to improve the city's infrastructure and create a favorable environment for Koreans.

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Feng Shui and the facets of Chinese culture and religions By Sallie Tsui Sien B efore I embark on writing some of my recollections of various cultural rituals that I grew up with, I think I have to explain a little as to how it all came about and, without going too deeply into the intricacies or delicacies of religions, how we Chinese adopted such a colourful mixture of doctrines, beliefs, religions and philosophy. Taoist culture is a living manifestation of an antique way of life which existed thousands of years before the first Chinese dynasty. One of the ancient Taoist sages, Chuang-tzû himself makes frequent mention, in many texts, of its traditional founder, Huang Ti, the Yellow Emperor who belongs to China Golden Age (2852-2255 BC). Taoism itself encompasses amongst other things, poetry, cosmology, yoga, meditation, self-cultivation, philosophy and folklore such as “Bà Hsien” (The Eight Immortals) “ Chang Er ” (The Moon Goddess) to name but a couple. Much of this folklore is excitingly enigmatic.

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    Explore ancient Chinese cultures and traditions here. Find out the meaning of the five necessities in Chinese culture.
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