As written in Doc. 1 by a Han government official, China searched for ways to apply their technologies in the most efficient way possible, without much labor, and to benefit the laborers as well. Doc. 4 from a history book sponsored by the Han government, states that China aimed to make work easier for the laborers, to increase the efficiency. Both documents show Han China in a bright light, and that may be because they are written or sponsored by Han government officials.
And the story of their ancestor and legacy tells of what kind of people they were, and what they honored. “It is ingrained deeply in the Chinese mind that once there was a time when everything worked according to an ideal pattern” (Corduan, 2012). The meaning to this passage is why contemporary Chinese culture holds on to the tradition because it could happen again. This also reveal the union of governmental community with religion. Although there has been countless time that China’s government ruled over the religion, and now there is hope that id does not need to be that same way again because it was different back then.
Despite the obvious lack of democratic institutions and political system, the CCP has long been portraying itself as the representative of the “fundamental interests of the overwhelming majority of the Chinese people (最广大人民群众的根本利益)”1. The idea behind such a statement is a legitimacy based on support of the masses. This populist nature of the regime was highly visible during the Mao period, when the Party claimed to have built a better society for the majority of the population and increased its popularity particularly through ideological control and mass mobilization. And the pursuit of popular support, with facts or propaganda, remains a basis for the rule of the CCP until today. A.
China 's feudal tradition ceaselessly subjected women to submissiveness by their father, husband, and even their son owing to a patriarchal and patrilineal system. Again, according to the rules of inheritance, only the first male born traditionally inherited the parents ' treasure. Moreover, only boys can go on with the patrilineal family line. Hence, girl babies are reasoned as financial burdens, because they are not available to take care of their aged parents who, upon retirement, do not receive sufficient money from the social services system in China.As a result, if only one child is permitted per family, the universal agreement in China is that it had better be a boy(Hong,2006). As a result, China is currently experiencing a demographic crisis that arguably rises to the level of
The religion means the culture and the society is developing it is a society special form It is start from lowest stratum of society.it is also the collection of the culture systems it is the way to help them to get rid of the suffering, against the rule their spirit bailment, but gradually it become the government problem and then they the religion become more and more popular and then they have the religious belief it is differs from private belief in that it has a public aspect. Most religions have organized behavious , Confucianism is created by the Confucius it is our own Chinese own culture religion we are proud of it this and Buddhism and Taoism is be called three religious the Confucianism is the representative of the civilization
“I couldn't possibly tell anyone the truth: how worthless and ugly Niang made me feel most of the time…” (54). It is important because it supports the belief that Adeline feels despised by her family. This proves that Niang is seriously affecting her stepdaughter's feelings. Adeline is treated unfairly by her family, especially by her parents. In Chinese Cinderella, Adeline Yen Mah’s story about her childhood experiences, she suffered and she wasn't happy, but she always knew things would get better someday.
When most people think of ancient China and India, very few similarities come to mind. China is thought of as Asia, while India is the Middle East. However, there are a few key ideas that are needed for a successful society, which is shared between both societies. Ancient China and India are located right next to each other, allowing them to share the most characteristics, specifically in trade, class system, and religion. The route and the products of trade are almost identical between the countries of China and India.
Between foundation establishment of Egyptian and Chinese religion, there are a variety of differences such as beliefs and rituals. However despite their contrast, there is also known similarities of the two civilization’s religion discovered through the evolution of time. In comparison both civilizations were dependent upon the religious moral values implemented by a their divine being, bodily preservation, and the belief of Afterlife immortality. Both Egyptians and the Chinese believed equally as modern day Christians that there’s an afterlife for the deceased. In contrast, the Egyptians were polytheistic, worshiping an immense amount of gods in an attempt to describe and understand daily behaviors and change of their environment, while the Chinese did not typically worship gods; They worshiped their ancestors in a complex system.
This inconsistent portrayal of gender roles depicts the narrator's struggle with identity. While Kingston is evidently affected by her mother’s talk-stories, she does not know what to believe. She struggles to find a sense of home as she has never been to China and America is filled with ghosts, the foreign and unknown. Brave Orchid faces a similar problem in which America is alien but China is far away and inaccessible. “Shaman” illustrates that hard work pays off in China but does not give way to progress in the United States, at least for Brave Orchid.
The risk factors of negative body image can be applied universally while there are specific aspects that should be taken into consideration in China. Chinese beauty ideals were distinct from Western ones; in China, traditional beauty is related with plump figure for it represents wealth and wellbeing. However, the “modernization”, “industrialization”, “rapid economic transition”, along with the accelerating “westernization” evoke the dramatic shifts in “cultural beliefs and beauty ideals” ( Xie, et al. 2006; Jung and Forbes 2007). According to Luo, Parish and Laumann (2004), females from urban area, coastal south areas and with higher education background have a relatively high body image concern, particularly in terms of body weight and body shape; the findings are associated with