"How's it going?" "Are you all right?" These are how Americans and British people greet each other on a daily basis. Chinese people greet each other, however, by putting forward a question about eating. To find out more about this unique greeting manner and the cultural reason behind it, let's take a listen.
Winter can be brutal in some parts of China, especially in the north, where blizzards and icy roads are not uncommon. If you want to survive the worst that the winters here can throw at you, it's important to be prepared. Here are some tips for making it through the chilliest days of the year.
We love panda. Panda loves bamboo. We love bamboo. Come on! The love of the Chinese people toward bamboo can't be explained in such a simple mode. Bamboo means so much to the Chinese culture and civilization. As a commodity, it can be easily detected in our daily life, while as a cultural symbol,...
Chinese people have pursued harmony since ancient times, and the same is true for moderation to music, without emphasizing sharp semitones. The five music notes were connected with the five elements of the nature, and the five main organs of a human body. Meet the world's earliest music therapy.