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China has had many capitals throughout its long and often turbulent past. Historically there are four ancient ‘great’ capitals of China; this figure has been increased to seven or even eight historical capitals according to the China Ancient Capital Society when after archaeological research and finds in 2004 dating from the Shang Dynasty elevated the city of Zhengzhou( the present day capital of Henan province), to the list.
Published by John Smither 65 months ago in Chinese Culture | +16 votes | 1 comments
The Chinese festival known as Duanwu or the Dragon Boat Festival is a national holiday with its origins in mainland China dating back over 2000 years. The festival has strong connections with East and South East Asian culture and celebrated by Chinese communities in Malaysia and Singapore as well as in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
Published by John Smither 65 months ago in Chinese Culture | +17 votes | 2 comments
The Qingming Festival also known as Tomb Sweeping Day is an important date in the cultural calendar of Chinese tradition. It is usually held on the 104th day after the occurrence of the winter solstice or the 15th day following the spring equinox, it usually occurs around the 5th day of April.
Published by John Smither 68 months ago in Chinese Culture | +16 votes | 7 comments
The feature known as Heavenly Gate in Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park in the Hunan province of central China is revered locally by the citizens of its closest city of Zhangjiajie for the 999 steps to reach the summit. The man-made steps carry visitors up to a hole in the mountain caused by erosion; this was thought of by Taoist monks to be the entrance to heaven.
Published by John Smither 69 months ago in Chinese Culture | +18 votes | 8 comments
The Fortune Frog is one of the most well-known and auspicious money-making symbols in Feng Shui. It is also why this lucky object is so popular in many homes and businesses.
Published by Jan Reid 71 months ago in Chinese Culture | +8 votes | 4 comments
Here are some of the most famous and highly recognized dragon boat races and festivals in the world which is participated by boat racers from all over the world.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 72 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a lesson plan outline for the Effect of Confucianism on 21st Century China. This short overview list looks at the effects on modern China.
Published by Arthur Tafero 74 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a short list of threats to the Chinese economy. This is the threat section of a SWOT analysis for China.
Published by Arthur Tafero 74 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
China had two thousand years of imperial rule that came to an end at the beginning of the 20th century. The first emperor to rule over a unified China was responsible for many political and economic reforms, he also ensured his period of rule would be remembered through his gigantic mausoleum guarded by the terracotta warriors.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in Chinese Culture | +6 votes | 1 comments
The best Mandarin tutors in Long Beach, California, are located at Golden West Tutorong. Tips for learning Mandarin can be exciting as well as challenging
Published by Iris McCammon 78 months ago in Chinese Culture | +5 votes | 0 comments
the history of the chinese calendar
Published by LSH 78 months ago in Chinese Culture | +1 votes | 1 comments
Best Mandarin tutor in Honolulu is at the Chinese School of Language Center. The center offers both private tutoring lessons and Planned Corporate sessions for business individuals
Published by Iris McCammon 78 months ago in Chinese Culture | +7 votes | 1 comments
The boy emperor or the last emperor, Hsian Tung led a life of luxury into exile and then that of a prisoner. This account of his life tells of the struggles for the final leader of the Manchu dynasty.
Published by John Smither 79 months ago in Chinese Culture | +21 votes | 11 comments
The Bagua is a tool of Feng Shui that is used to identify and rectify all areas in your environment to encourage harmony, health and prosperity.
Published by Jan Reid 80 months ago in Chinese Culture | +10 votes | 5 comments
Encourage harmony and prosperity into your home, by clearing away clutter, cleaning and arranging furniture; the first simple steps to optimize Chi energy, balance The Five Elements and create good Feng Shui.
Published by Jan Reid 80 months ago in Chinese Culture | +8 votes | 5 comments
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