Chinese culture

On our website you can find a plethora of eBooks that revolve around China. If you ever searched for a website that features only such content I encourage you to visit our website and search for eBooks about China.

Remember that while it may seem initially complicated to find the ideal eBook, we make sure to provide you with a stable and secure interface on our website so that you can safely browse and find the eBook of your choice.

 Chinese culture is vast as China that borders 14 nations, think about the influence that those nations must have had on China.

China is the most populous country in the world with over 1.3 billion citizens, that means that out of every five people in the world, one is Chinese, it is therefore no wonder that people have a significant interest in Chinese culture.

China is made out of 56 different ethnic groups but Han Chinese make up 92% of the population, China is a single party state that is run by the communist party of China, because there is such a big difference in the Chinese culture, many people feel shy when it comes to learning about them.

The Chinese population is mostly atheist, they believe in Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism and there is also a significant Muslim population that is living in China and each of these groups has its own distinct culture.

China is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, dating back to 5000 years ago and many of the scientific discoveries made by China were done in 912, including the inventions of printing, paper, gunpowder and the compass, during that period a lot of landmarks were built, including the Great Wall of China.

Chinese are quite proud in their culture and many companies wear names that profoundly marked the Chinese culture in general.

While many of the big cities of China are similar to the ones in the west, the underlying culture is still vastly different and travelling outside large urban areas also highlights the growing disparity between the rich and the poor.

The Chinese new year is one of the most important event and they decorate windows and doors with paper cuts that resemble popular themes of happiness, health and longevity.

On the eve of the Chinese new year the family lights up five firecrackers in order to celebrate the new year and the next morning parents wish to their son a happy new year.

As you can see the Chinese culture is quite vast and different from other cultures, therefore you should give a try reading more through eBooks. You can visit online stores to buy them or wait for few days as we are too launching an eBook on Chinese Culture.

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