Short Essay On Chinese Culture

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Culture of China Culture can be defined as the quality in a person or society that arises from a concern for what is regarded as excellent in arts, letters, manners, scholarly pursuits, etc. It is also known as a particular form or stage of civilization, as that of a certain nation or period. Culture also defines the development of behaviors and beliefs of a society. With over five thousand years of history, China can be considered having one of the world's oldest cultures. Chinese cultural history has vast diversity and variety. The sophisticated Chinese civilization was rich in the Arts and Sciences, elaborate Painting and Printing techniques and delicate pottery and sculpture. Chinese architectural traditions were much respected all over the world. Chinese language and…show more content…
China's GDP is mainly powers by their strong exports and technology has globalizes many business in China through internet and e-commerce. Politics – One Child Policy One Child Policy introduced by the Chinese government in the late 1970s to curb population growth has an immense effect to the culture in China today. Due to traditional preference of boys in Chinese culture, many female babies have ended up homeless or in orphanages, and in some cases killed. There are also many reports that due to the one child policy, parents are overly protective against their only child and it leads to many spoiled children. With the unequal ratio in the gender, it also sparks many other problems such as marriage problem for the men. There is studies that shows, with the increasing gap in the sex ratio, men who can't find their second half tends to become more violent, rising more readily to perceived slights and insults, and starting more fights. This can change the culture of the once peaceful and harmony society that the teaching of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism
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