Essay on The Different Cultures of U.K. and China

1890 Words May 3rd, 2011 8 Pages
Tea drinking cultures about U.K. and China
CHAN Gloria
Upper Iowa University (SOC240 – Diverse Cultures in America)
Dr. Alan Lai

Abstract
Every nation will have their different cultures, like the United States is a multi-cultural society, Japan and China is a democratic society trip. Every culture show different characteristics of their civic. And in this paper I would like to show you about the tea drinking cultures. Every single thing can show culture of their country. I working in a tea house and I would know about different people their different thinking about tea. I would like to do a compare in this paper.

Cultures of U.K.
Britain's official name is "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland", often referred to
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Cultures of China
The Culture of China is one of the world's oldest and most complex cultures. (Chinese Dynasty Guide - The Art of Asia - History & Maps) Chinese culture is a history come from lot of Chinese nation cultures. Today there are 58 distinct recognized ethnic groups in China(Chinatraveldepot.com, 2009). The success of those Chinese nation cultures, and their own development or multi-cultural. Although Chinese culture in late 1000-2000years before production of Egypt cultures, Babylon cultures, but Chinese culture can continuation of various dynasties constantly replaced. And the Chinese culture is an oldest culture. And it geographical to East and Southeast Asia, including the education, live-style and some political consciousness. And it is call “Chinese culture” and “Cultural Circle”. Historically, cultural sphere of China has extended across East Asia as a whole, with Chinese religion, customs, and writing systems being adapted to varying degrees by neighbors such as Japan, Korea and Vietnam. Confucianism was the official philosophy throughout most of Imperial China's history, and mastery of Confucian texts was the primary criterion for entry into the imperial bureaucracy. China's traditional values were derived from various versions of Confucianism. A number of more authoritarian strains of thought have also been influential, such as Legalism.
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