Chinese Culture


The kite is one of the Chinese traditional folk arts

The kite is one of the Chinese traditional folk arts

The kite is one of the Chinese traditional folk arts . The Chinese kite came into being in the Spring and Autumn Period and since then it has had a history of over two thousand years. Kites were used for military purpose initially, like measuring distances, testing wind directions, and communicatio...
The Qingming Festival falls

The Qingming Festival falls

The Qingming Festival falls on April 4,5,or 6 each year. After the festival, the temperature rises up and rainfall increases. The Qingming festival is not only a traditional festival in China, but also the most important festival of commemoration. Both the Han nationality and minority nationality ...
Chinese porcelain

Chinese porcelain

Porcelain is one of China’s most important handicrafts. Chinese porcelain has a history of more than 3,500 years, its most prosperous period being Ming and Qing Dynasties. Porcelains can be used as daily dinnerware and vases, and delicate porcelains are even commonly used for home decoration by pe...
Chinese martial arts

Chinese martial arts

Chinese martial arts is one of the main contents of China’s national sports. It is one means by which Chinese people have been building up their bodies and defending themselves. Chinese martial arts mainly includes skills like fighting skills, wrestling techniques, attacking and defending strategi...
Alcohol

Alcohol

Alcohol is one of the important drinks in Chinese people’s life . Chinese alcohol-making has a long history and has been renowned at home and abroad. In China, no alcohol is more representative than Chinese liquor and at some point, Chinese alcohol culture is Chinese liquor culture. Alcohol is more...
Paper cutting

Paper cutting

Paper cutting is one of China’s most popular traditional folk arts . Chinese paper cutting has a history of more than 1,500 years. It was widespread particularly during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. People often beautify their homes with paper cuttings. During the Spring Festival and wedding celebra...
Chinese Kung Fu

Chinese Kung Fu

Chinese Kung fu, or Chinese martial arts , carries traditional Chinese culture in abundance. It is a traditional Chinese sport which applies the art of attack and defense in combat and the motions engaged with a series of skill and tricks. The core idea of Chinese Kung fu is derived from the Co...
Chinese era

Chinese era

The Chinese era is the symbol that the Chinese calendar uses for recording and naming years. The ten Heavenly Stems are: jia, yi, bing, ding, wu, ji, geng, xin, ren, gui. The twelve Earthly Branches are: zi, chou, yin, mou, chen, si, wu, wei, shen, you, xu, hai. After observing the lunar month, th...
Chinese seal

Chinese seal

A seal can also be defined as a stamp. Both the Chinese official and private seal of various dynasties have different titles, such as stamp, zhu not, contract, fu, lease and others. The seals used by the emperors of ancient China were called xi, yin, bao, etc.. According to historical records,...
Chinese chopsticks

Chinese chopsticks

The Chinese way of eating with chopsticks is unique in the world. The recorded history of chopsticks started more than three thousand years ago. Chopsticks were named zhu in ancient Chinese . They look deceptively simple to use, but possess multi-various functions, such as clamping, turning over...
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