Importance Of Chinese Culture

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The Chinese culture is one of the most popular cultures in the world today and it has been around for a very long time. The Chinese people are known for their eloquent ceremonies and customary behaviors in the society throughout the world. They are known for their distinctive cultures, which include art and crafts, calligraphy, embroidery, and operas. Another part of Chinese culture that has been enjoying attention worldwide is the Kung Fu, and it has been an integral part of the Chinese culture for ages. The Chinese food, of course is another interesting piece of culture they exhibit as their food is sold around the world, they are very nutritious and healthy.
CHINESE CORE VALUES The Chinese core values are values that define the people of China and it help them to carry along their cultural values and beliefs with them around in the society as they do business or interact with different people around the world. These values are enshrined into their culture. The core …show more content…

Although it is very difficult to actually say how many dialect exist in China, but they are categorized each into one of the seven different groups; they are the Putonghua (Mandarin), Gan, Kejia (Hakka), Min, Wu, Xiang, and Yue (Cantonese). The seven groups have different dialects, this is the reason why someone who speak Mandarin in the northern part of the country only understands little Cantonese and at the same time someone who is a non-Mandarin speaker usually speak the language but with a strong accent. This is due to the fact that Mandarin was established as the official national language since 1913. Although there are large difference in all the Chinese dialects, but they all share one common characteristics; they shared the same writing system based on the Chinese

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