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This is a short list of cultural and educational sites for students and teachers of Asian studies. It includes art, books, economics, education, history, law, maps, philosophy, religion, and some general information
Published by Arthur Tafero 94 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Shaolin Temple or the Shaolin Monastery is a Chan Buddhist temple or monastery in China. This famous Buddhist temple is situated at Song Shan near Zhengzhou City Henan Province in Dengfeng, China.
Published by mdlawyer 94 months ago in Chinese Culture | +8 votes | 5 comments
This brief lesson is used to discuss the Disunity Period previous to the Tang Dynasty and the Tang Dynasty, itself. It is meant to be an educational resource for teachers of Social Studies and their students.
Published by Arthur Tafero 94 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a simple lesson plan to explore the writings of Confucius, the Qin and the Han dynasties. It is intended as a teaching and learning resource for teachers and students.
Published by Arthur Tafero 94 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
A useful lesson plan for teachers in Social Studies on Chinese History. A brief section on the Opium War is necessary to understand British domination of China in the 19th Century.
Published by Arthur Tafero 95 months ago in Chinese Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Ghost marriage is a Chinese tradition. In Chinese ghost marriage, one or both the parties to the marriage are dead persons. This is all about Chinese ghost marriages
Published by mdlawyer 95 months ago in Chinese Culture | +6 votes | 3 comments
Chinese marriage customs are not familiar to most of the people of other countries. There are some special marriage ceremonies in China which.....
Published by mdlawyer 95 months ago in Chinese Culture | +2 votes | 0 comments
Gummy saliva from cliff-dwelling species of swifts produce a nest which is the main ingredient in the Chinese delicacy "Bird Nest Soup"
Published by thestickman 96 months ago in Chinese Culture | +9 votes | 9 comments
Among the most ancient musical instruments of China are the plucked strings. Aside from becoming essential parts of the ensemble in the regional operas, these instruments have become favorites for solo performances, too.
Published by Athena Goodlight 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +11 votes | 5 comments
Here are the bowed string instruments of the traditional Chinese orchestra.
Published by Athena Goodlight 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +14 votes | 2 comments
These are the traditional Chinese wind instruments. Each of them has its own history with their ancient roots both from within China or adapted from other nearby countries.
Published by Athena Goodlight 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +10 votes | 2 comments
“It takes two to tango”, it is said. In this sense, yin and yang literally make the world go round. Science explains that yin and yang are the duality which pervades in the universe, spinning it into dynamic activity
Published by Ron Siojo 97 months ago in Chinese Culture | +15 votes | 7 comments
The Chinese Zodiac Dog. what are these people like?
Published by FactoidFactor 101 months ago in Chinese Culture | +10 votes | 7 comments
The chinese zodiac-the dragon
Published by FactoidFactor 101 months ago in Chinese Culture | +6 votes | 2 comments
Year 2010 is the year of metal tiger in Chinese zodiac. It is all started from February 14th, 2010 until February 2nd, 2011. So, how is the characteristic of this tiger zodiac? For the first part of the reading, we need to know the character and the nature of the tiger.
Published by Activ 101 months ago in Chinese Culture | +12 votes | 3 comments
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