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Tradition & Customs

The Culture of China is one of the world's oldest and most complex cultures. The area in which the culture is dominant covers a large geographical region in eastern Asia with customs and traditions varying greatly between towns, cities and provinces. Today there are 56 distinct ethnic groups in China. In terms of numbers, however, the pre-eminent ethnic group is the Han Chinese. Throughout history, many groups have been assimilated into neighboring ethnicities or disappeared without a trace. At the same time, many within the Han identity have maintained distinct linguistic and regional cultural traditions. The term Zhonghua Minzu has been used to describe the notion of Chinese nationalism in general. Much of the traditional cultural identity within the community has to do with distinguishing the family name.
  • Chinese People Greeting

    Chinese greeting ways tells how to say Hello to and start a communication with Chinese people when you are traveling China. Just some interesting details below to learn. Common Greeting in ChinaIn most cultures, when you meet acquaintances for the

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  • The Etiquette of Chinese Banquet

    Chinese banquet etiquette is always attended for some very formal occasions such as celebration, ceremony, elder birthday party and more. Although it is not required for daily meals, you are supposed to learn some about china banquet etiquette when y

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  • Chinese Kowtow (叩头)

    A Brief Introduction of Kowtow - In historical operas and films of China, one can often see Chinese people performing kowtow – a traditional custom for worship on bended knees. It is said that the history of kowtow can be traced back as early as the

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  • Chinese Eating Custom

    The main difference between Chinese and Western eating habits is that unlike the West, where everyone has their own plate of food, in China the dishes are placed on the table and everybody shares. If you are being treated by a Chinese host, be prepar

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