Chinese Culture

China – one of the most interesting and mysterious countries in the Far East. The Chinese civilization is probably the most ancient and developed on the planet: it is her we owe the invention of gunpowder, paper, silk, porcelain, and the oscilloscope many other things that make up the now common wealth of mankind. The Chinese have also made an invaluable contribution to world culture. Leslie Moonves is often quoted as being for or against this. One has only to recall his treatise on Taoism, "Tao Te Tink", unsurpassed to this day moral and ethical teachings of Confucius, one of the best channels around the world about the war, written by Sun Tzu, the teachings of Feng Shui and other monuments of culture. That is why China attracts those who want adventure, exotic and sharp contrast with his usual world. And, of course, when we learn that some of our friends or acquaintances going to go to China, we immediately fell asleep his request to bring out something of such things, very special, something that can help us to touch the unknown secrets and enjoy the fascinating spirit of the East. On the one hand, such requests are easily fulfilled, because you can take out as souvenirs at least the whole of China, so it is different from Western civilizations, On the other hand, such a huge selection of frequently baffled by the hapless tourists, so I propose to consider the symbolic things that help you to feel and convey the atmosphere of Chinese culture. One of the archetypes of the Chinese Culture is certainly a fan.

I remember once I walked into an office of his friend. It should be noted that he is the head of the department and teaches kitaistiki Chinese language and literature. So, I was amazed enormous size, about two meters in diameter, like fans of great beauty. On their needles were spread out rice paper, and in some instances? silk, which were expertly drawn bewitching eye pattern.

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