Learn the customs and traditions of a 5,000-year-old culture. The culture of China is one of the world’s oldest and most complex, encompassing ancient traditions and modern experiments, in what sometimes appears to be a rather dynamic but tenuous mix.
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Chinese initially seems a baffling cacophony of tones and a labyrinth of characters, but with a little effort, a good sense of humor and the odd hand gesture you should be able to make yourself understood. Learn this from your tour guide during long distance bus rides.
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Learn the ancient writing form known as calligraphy. Chinese is one of the few logogram-based script still in operation. A logogram-based script does not use sounds to represent words, like in English. This type of script uses pictures or ideas to represent a word.
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Tea culture is an important part of Chinese traditional culture. With the social development and progress, tea not only has played a good role in driving the development in economy, but also has become a necessity in people’s lives.
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The kite is a traditional folk art in china. It was first invented and popularized approximately 2,800 years ago. Your kite master will share the basic skills of kite making. Then fly your masterpiece.
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