Cultural Differences and Similarities Between China and Japan
Cultural differences between China and Japan
The interest that a Chinese culture vs. Japanese culture comparison generates dates back to many centuries. China and Japan are neighbors, and yet, there are as many differences in their cultures as there are similarities.
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Ancient Chinese Culture
Dragon Boat Festival in Chinese culture
Ancient Chinese culture has a unique place among the different cultures of the world. Historical evidences have shown the spread of Chinese culture and traditions to neighboring countries such as Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. Let us...
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Modern Chinese Culture
The modern Chinese culture has been influenced by many different forces and primarily, Communism. It had a great influence on Chinese culture in the 20th century. The culture of China underwent sea changes after it became the...
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How to Learn Chinese Characters
Chinese as a language has the most extensive script ever. An inane amount of characters could definitely drive you to confusion. Why not take a proper look at these Chinese characters, and maybe it'll lessen the confusion.
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Chinese Foot Binding
Chinese foot binding, where the feet of girls were bound so that they changed their shape, has a lot of history to speak about. Why was this practiced? How did it come about and what did it leave in its wake? We shall try and...
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History of the Han Dynasty
The Han dynasty flourished in China more than two thousand years back, and had a lasting impression on Chinese culture. Han rulers were known for their brilliance, intelligence and administrative skills. Read on to know more about...
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Chinese People: Men's and Women's Clothing
The Chinese have a curious and interesting mix of fashion ideas. In this Buzzle article, we take a look at some ancient and modern trends in Chinese clothing.
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Ancient Chinese Clothing
The ancient Chinese clothing has seen many influences and inspirations from different dynasties. Here is a look at some of the styles that are mesmerizing even today.
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How to Celebrate Chinese Moon Festival
Whether linked to the seas or romance and love, the Moon is an important part of our lives, and the Chinese surely know this. They celebrate the traditional Moon festival every year with great aplomb and tradition. Read on to know...
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China - Spring Dragon Festival
Among China's spectacular festivals, the Dragon Head Festival is a festival of the spring. Leaf through this article to know about its origins and the reason behind its celebration.
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What Does a Kuan Yin Statue in Your Garden Symbolize?
Kuan Yin is the Goddess of compassion
In East Asia, Kuan Yin is known as the Goddess of Compassion and Mercy. Also, she is a Bodhisattva. Get an insight into the symbolism and associations of the Kuan Yin statue.
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Chinese Funeral Etiquette
Chinese funeral etiquette
Traditional Chinese funeral is an elaborate ceremony that involves a number of rites and rituals. However, the etiquette that needs to be followed during these ceremonies is worth noting. Glance through this Buzzle post to learn...
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Chinese Traditions and Culture
Chinese traditions
The rapid progress made by China over the recent years, partially reflects the rich and varied culture that she possesses. Spirituality and mythology feature prominently in Chinese culture and it would not be totally wrong to say...
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The Chinese Tradition of Red Egg and Ginger Party
Chinese tradition of red egg and ginger party
The red eggs and ginger party tradition is an ancient Chinese custom to introduce a month old baby to all the other family members. This article tells you the meaning and significance of such a tradition and many more interesting...
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Women in Ancient Chinese Culture
Most women in ancient Chinese culture led a tough life. They were often humbled and humiliated before men. They were not allowed to attain literacy. They lived their life according to the Confucian principles, which put them at a...
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Chi Energy: Meaning and Significance of Qi in Chinese Culture
Significance of Chi energy
Chi is an unfamiliar concept in the west; it is more of an oriental origin. But widespread studies and practices call for its understanding across the oriental and the occidental worlds. Buzzle sheds light on the concept of Chi.
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Chinese Lunar Calendar: Gender Predictor Chart
Fact about the Chinese Lunar calendar
The Chinese Gender Predictor Chart is considered one of the oldest methods of predicting the gender of an unborn child. Till date, people aware of the calendar, either in reality or just for fun, refer to it to predict the gender...
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Chinese Masks: History and Meaning
Fact about Chinese dragon masks
Chinese masks have been in vogue throughout the centuries, accompanied by some rich history. This article tells you the history and meaning behind some popular masks, and the rich traditions behind them.
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Ancient Chinese Traditional Customs
Ancient Chinese traditional customs are manifested in all the spheres of life of the Chinese. Take a look at some of the traditional customs of the Chinese.
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Key Differences and Similarities Between Chinese and American Culture
Differences between Chinese and American culture
Every culture is equally fascinating, with its cuisine, traditions, perspectives regarding business, relationships and life, and so much more. China and America are two leading global superpowers, both having cultures that are...
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Chinese Conception Calendar
The Chinese conception calendar uses various factors in order to predict a baby's gender. The roots of these predictions have very strong Chinese astrology behind them. Understand how the Chinese lunar calendar for conception is...
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Chinese Gender Prediction Accuracy
The Chinese gender prediction accuracy has always been a subject of debate among its proponents and medical scientists. Read on to know more on this subject.
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Chinese Lunar Pregnancy Calendar
The Chinese lunar pregnancy calendar is an unscientific method of determining the gender of the child. It takes the age of the woman at the time of conception along with the month when the child was conceived.
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