1 edition of Introduction to Chinese culture. found in the catalog.
Introduction to Chinese culture.
|Contributions||Zhonghua wen hua fu xing yun dong tui xing wei yuan hui.|
|LC Classifications||DS721 .C5724413|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||479 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||479|
|LC Control Number||79319765|
Chinese Culture The Chinese refer to their country as the Middle Kingdom, which indicates how central they have felt themselves to be throughout history. While there are cultural and linguistic variations in different regions, the culture is relatively uniform for such a large country. The author, a scholar of Chinese culture, draws on his own fieldwork, along with authoritative scholarship and reporting, to give the reader a comprehensive, lively, and accessible introduction to all aspects of Chinese popular culture. The book begins with an introduction to understanding popular culture in China and covers mass media; print.
This book breaks with convention and provides an overview of Chinese history in the form of special topics. These topics include the major issues of “A Scientific Approach to the Origins of Chinese Civilization,” “Ancient Chinese Society and the Change of Dynasties,” “The Golden Ages of the Han, Tang and Qing Dynasties: a Comparative Analysis,” “Transportation Systems and. Part I. Culture 1 Introduction. Calligraphy is much, much more than literally applying brush strokes to paper. It’s an infinitely rich form of art that is thousands of years old, with practitioners who, over the centuries, have blended style and form to enrich China’s history and : Huiwen Li (李惠文), Lifen Han (韩丽芬), George Becker (贝可平).
Chinese Food Culture A Brief Introduction. Food as a Cultural Symbol • As with any culture, food is an integral part of Chinese culture. By understanding dining customs in China, you can gain insight into Chinese culture as a whole as well as some of the difficulties your host student willFile Size: KB. Get this from a library! Music of the billion: an introduction to Chinese musical culture. [David Mingyue Liang] -- Music in Chinese culture is not an isolated phenomenon, but is rather a contextual phenomenon broadly related to all aspects of life. In historical China, .
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Uses the concept of family, both literally and metaphorically to provide an introduction to Chinese culture. An Introduction to Chinese Culture through the Family covers a central element of Chinese culture, the idea of family, or jia.
Written for both beginners and specialists, this book considers the role of family--literally, metaphorically, and as an organizing principle--in the creation of the Chinese 2/5(1). The book provides insights into Chinese history, allowing readers “to see the value of civilization through history; to see the preciseness of history through civilization.” It focuses on the social background, lifestyle and development processes to illustrate ideologies and ideas.5/5(1).
Book Description Unique in style and with a history of some years, Chinese music represents a fascinating part of China's cultural heritage. This accessible, illustrated introduction explores the history of China's musical instruments, the diversity of Chinese folk music, the development of Chinese operas and their influence around the world/5(3).
Description: An Introduction to Chinese Culture through the Family covers a central element of Chinese culture, the idea of family, or jia. Written for both beginners and specialists, this book considers the role of family--literally, metaphorically, and as an organizing principle--in the creation of the Chinese.
Written by a team of experts in their fields, it offers a comprehensive Introduction to Chinese culture. book detailed introduction to Chinese culture and addresses the fundamentals of Chinese cultural and social development. It notably considers Chinese traditional culture, medicine, arts and crafts, folk customs, rituals and etiquette, and is a key read for scholars and students in Chinese Culture, History and Language.
Introduction Promoting cultural understanding in a globalized world, this text is a key tool for students interested in understanding the fundamentals of Chinese culture.
Written by a team of experts in their fields, it offers a comprehensive and detailed introduction to Chinese culture and addresses the fundamentals of Chinese cultural and Introduction to Chinese culture.
book development. "China's Imperial Past, by Charles O. Hucker, is the best introduction to Chinese culture from earliest times to the 19th century." (Diversion) "An admirable by: The book provides insights into Chinese history, allowing readers “to see the value of civilization through history; to see the preciseness of history through civilization.” It focuses on the social background, lifestyle and development processes to illustrate ideologies and : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Chinese culture is a complicated and substantive thing. It has been put together over many centuries, which might make it difficult for people outside of the country to grasp.
But the basic points. This book presents a broad but very basic introduction to Chinese culture and how modern Chinese culture has been shaped and impacted by the opening of the country post The author does a decent job in the first half of the book providing a brief abut very approachable summary of Chinese culture - including religion, social and family customs, language, philosophy and by: 8.
The book provides insights into Chinese history, allowing readers “to see the value of civilization through history; to see the preciseness of history through civilization.” It focuses on the social background, lifestyle and development processes to illustrate ideologies and ideas.
Chinese Culture-a short introduction Chinese culture is one of the world’s oldest cultures, tracing back to thousands of years ago.
Important components of Chinese culture includes ceramics, architecture, music, literature, martial arts, cuisine, visual arts, philosophy and religion.
What You Should Know About Chinese Culture, a generously illustrated series written in English, is intended to help non-native speakers of Chinese gain a deeper understanding of traditional Chinese ideas and beliefs that are still relevant today.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zhonghua wen hua gai shu. English. Introduction to Chinese culture. Taipei: Council of the Chinese Cultural Renaissance, An Introduction to Chinese Culture through the Family covers a central element of Chinese culture, the idea of family, or jia.
Written for both beginners and specialists, this book considers the role of family--literally, metaphorically, and as an organizing principle--in the creation of the Chinese worldview.
Gain an introduction to Chinese conversation with this fun and interactive course. On this course, you will learn useful words and expressions that will help you navigate your way through China. You will cover greetings and introductions as well as basic tasks like asking for directions and ordering meals.
A brief introduction for Chinese culture Cultural background China, as one of the four homes of the world’s earliest civilization, has a recorded history of nearly 4, years. Through centuries of migration, merging and development, it has formed a distinctive system of language, writing, philosophy, art and political organization, which came to be recognized as Chinese culture.
A work unique in the sweep of its design and scope, intended expressly for the general reader interested in human history and culture, this is a vivid panoramic survey of the vast course of Chinese civilization from prehistory towhen the old China began the agonizing transition to the new. Historical surveys of China tend to be dynasty-by-dynasty chronicles with a profusion of names and.
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This text can help decentralize Western rhetoric and reorient non-Western rhetoric and those who use it away from being considered as the Other/5(6). A list of the best English-language books on Chinese history, online environment, modern Chinese culture and more, recommended by What’s on Weibo.
I n the What’s on Weibo inbox, we often receive messages from readers who are looking for recommendations of what books to read on various China-related subjects.[Muslim Uyghur Chinese men from the west of the country] Stereotyping. Remember this is only a very basic level introduction to Chinese culture and the people; it can not account for the diversity within Chinese society and is not meant in any way to stereotype all Chinese people you may meet!
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