The Chinese family education is a serious problem in China because that causes too many pressure to the most of Chinese children, and to make them being a man who does not like talking with somebody. There are many Chinese parents who would like to use violence to educate their children, and forcing them to study everything without any consideration. All of Chinese parents want their children to be the best in the world, and their children have to accept this kind of expectation everyday that they must stand those pain given by the parents. This kind of phenomenon need to be changed Chinese family education does show many extreme sides to a lot of children. Recently, there are many problems about the education, especially the family
The religion of the Chinese is often given a great concern and heated discussion. It is controversial why many Chinese are atheistic and what they truly believe in. This essay will mainly emphasize on Chinese religion and its causation. According to the survey
Not only that, the beauty standard in China is really cruel and painful, as women have to bind their feet, as no men want to marry women with big feet. Another big practice in China is that women were to marry through matchmakers, as they have no decision over their love life. She also questioned the fate of women, why are they being treated this way when
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.
Chinese mythology has shaped the way that china is today. Although some may say that since Chinese culture is so old, Myths are useless, fake, stories; but it is clear that Chinese mythology did influence the cultures belief and was the base of many religions. Chinese Mythology has altered china’s culture and beliefs throughout the years because of the religions, lifestyle, and political view from mythology. The importance of religion in China is what keeps the ancient countries culture unforgotten, but the mythology in China is what shaped those cultures. According to Living Myths, about Chinese Mythology “Much Chinese mythology is based on animism, which sees the land itself as alive.
Though, in my opinion, possibly the biggest reason that Chinese architecture didn’t take off in Europe until later is due to a true clash of cultures. European architecture versus Chinese architecture, although beautiful individually, do not work well together (and not just aesthetically). European architecture reflects solemnity and religion whereas Chinese architecture reflects art and fashion. They are not compatible in the same space at all. Today, there is much more Asian influence in European art than there ever has been before.
This report will show that a market cultural analysis of China. I am choosing this country-China is because of my husband was born there and i will live there in the future. Introduction Chinese is known as a very large country, and the customs and traditions of the people of different regions and races. China is one of the Four Ancient Civilizations (alongside Babylon, India and Egypt), according to Chinese scholar Liang Qichao (1900). It has a huge geographical expanse 3600 written history, and rich and profound culture.
Moreover, in the family and in society in general, any, including the influential head of the family, an important emperor 's official, has always been a particular social unit. It inscribed in the strict confines of the Confucian tradition, to go beyond that it was impossible: it would mean "losing face "and the loss of face for the Chinese equivalent of civil death. In addition, if the sons of wealthy parents in their youth could afford to spend a bit of his father 's money in cereal areas of large cities, it had happened only an episode in their lives, not more. In principle, deviations from the norm were not allowed, and no extravagance, originality of mind or appearance Chinese Confucian society is not encouraged: the strict rules of the cult of ancestors and the appropriate education suppress selfish tendencies since childhood. The man with the first years of life to get used to the fact that a private, emotional, on their scale of values commensurate with the general accepted rationally conditioned and
In essence, contemporary Chinese families with conservative perspectives towards a wide spectrum of issues remain adamant that marriages are primarily to foster procreations and ensure the continuance of the paternal bloodline (Wang, Kok and Chuang 2008), instead of being an authentic manifestation of genuine romance (Wang 2016). As a consequence, not only that the Chinese have been constrained by an authoritarian form of parental conviction in the selection of spouses (), but also various marriage steps, especially dowry negotiations and the settings of wedding ceremonies, have been arranged beyond the arguments of the engaged couples. In fact, parental intervention of the custom can be justified with two beliefs of cultural importance. Firstly, while questionable marital partnership may jeopardise the reputation of a family within a community, the selection of a new family member (husband or wife) remains regarded as a decision of familial importance to the Chinese family institution as a collective even in contemporary society (Zang 2008). Moreover, the deeply assimilated Confucius concept of family relations – particularly the inculcation of filial piety that is still ubiquitous in Chinese families – means that conformity to parental decisions remains a heavily promulgated virtue across the entire ethnic (Deutsch 2006).
2.1 Changes and reasons of Chinese female’s status in the marriage In terms of the status of Chinese women in marriage, there are 7 papers discussing about this kind of problem. 2.1.1 Marriage with a great disparity between husband and wife—Jia She and his wife For example, Yu Tingting (于婷婷 2014) wrote that as the result of the great disparity of the political status and family background, Jia and Xing’s marriage is in name only. However, Xing is more like a servant than a wife. Xing dared not speak in front of Jia She. Xing shamelessly begged concubines for her husband from Jia Baoyu’s grandma.