UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-CLEARLAKE
The tradition of china is very old. People are still following what their ancestor practiced. In a society active culture like the Chinese, traditional beliefs tend to be fully ingrain in the people. China is well known for four different inventions in ancient times, they are, paper making, gunpowder, printing and the compass that have had a huge impact on the entire world. The tradition is the strongest belief or strongest weapon in china.
China has the oldest civilization country. Its culture is fascinatingly different from other culture all over the world. It is the third largest country in the world. It is the largest country in terms of population. The mountains and great rivers of china split it into three parts of china such as Tibet, Mongolia and eastern china. The Chinese flag is red in color with one big star and four small stars. The red of the flag represents the revolution and it is also their traditional color. The one big star represent the communism and the other four star represent the social class of the people such as farmers, working class, intellectuals and the patriotic capitalist. The great wall of china is one of the pride for all Chinese people. Which is build in ancient time by people from china. Cultural extravaganza was the event which was held in university of clear lake on march 25th,2016. Where people from different culture, represent their country and performed in one big stage. The interview from Siyue Li from China talked about the experience and information of china. The social nature of Chinese people is evident in...
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...eople. Even though they had a very hard time on cultural revolution as many people killed and many religious practice were abolished and many temples were destroyed. But till their traditional belief and the way they believe their god. Trust, faith is never died in people’s mind. Tradition is their biggest weapon.
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