People says that there's no such thing as good taste is that means there's no such thing as good art. If the people who looking in the art is appreciate and get the true idea or concept of that work it would have better taste than people who didn't. So if you not get the idea or recognize the meaning of one art or if you discard taste, you also have to discard the idea of art being good. And if you look to an art work, you will be able to makes some differences and create a simply comparison to the other works. Art is powerful, not because of its beauty or artist who make it, it gives emotion, making political statements, or challenge to give some opinion or ideas.
Gupta sculptors had to make copies of original pieces (materials such as bronze, stone and glass) once they ran out of the original supply (Mookerji, 141). This gave rise to a school that specifically taught how to copy these materials and most of their sculptures showed the Hindu and Buddhist gods. Han Dynasty Empire considered art and carving to be among its key activities alongside Chinese painting and silk weaving. Craftsmanship and Jade carvings in this empire emerged as a product of goldsmiths and Jade cuts. Chinese always believed that jade contained some quantity of cosmic energy which was associated with high life quality (Hardy & Kinney, 23).
Some of the similarities is that they all depict or represent someone and their all powerful rulers. Both “Hatshepsut with Offering Jars” and “Khafre Enthroned” were made during the same era, Ancient Egypt, only one was made in earlier times during that era. They both unlike the stele were made as free standing statues while the stele was a made into a relief illustration. After all, they were all made and served for an important purpose for the owners and the people at that time. Some of their differences includes what they were made out of, the time in which they were made, and their purpose.
According to the definition and evidence, sacrificial rituals is the the origin of Chinese opera. Part A The definition and characteristic of Chinese Opera. Part 2 Witchcraft actually do not match with the characteristic of Chinese opera. 主要针对内容元素方面而言 / 主要指形式方面的根本转变。 Part C The origins of Chinese opera have in common with the origins of other ancient plays in the world Drama originated in primitive rituals is common for all ancient theatricals in the world. In the world, we humans have three kinds of ancient drama and culture: ancient Greek drama, ancient Indian Van Gogh drama, Chinese opera, but only the Chinese drama survived until now.
2. Development of Pure Land Buddhism The idea of Pure Land Buddhism was raised in China and then spread to other countries, such as Japan and East Asia. (Wallace 2002, 43) It became famous in these countries but there are variations between the ideas. Take Indian and China as examples, Indian think that there would be separate life after rebirth as their present life may be suffering and the life after death should be happy and not connected to the present life. On the other hand, Chinese take rebirth as the continuation of life before death, which the human relations in the present life are connected to the life in Pure Land.
Chinese Culture is as diverse as the history of this world, it is said that Chinese are one of the most ancient nations of this dynamic earth. Revolutions and evolutions both have a great impact on the history of planet as well as the nations related to it, evolution effected most the middle-kingdom “ZHONGGUO”. In aspect of lodging, travelling, feeding, clothing etc. but the most progressive manner seen is in clothing the fashion and style transformed like a magic for whole world and has a great impact on Chinese culture. This paper formulates a new paradigm, combining with Chinese traditional Han costumes and modern fashion, this paper expounds the relationship from the aspects of fashion styles, garment structure, patterns, fabrics, etc.
However, happiness does not consist in having those external goods: virtuous rational activity is really the core constitutive element of happiness. We don’t live well just by having external goods: we need to act according to virtue. Virtuous activity is really what
Second, there was the greatest trading road which was the Silk Road. Silk Road was so great during the Tang Empire; Chinese government even wants to remake the Silk Road for nowadays. Third, poetry of Tang Empire represents one of the classical Chinese literatures. Unfortunately the Tang Empire fell at 906 C.E and Song Empire was established, thankfully the Song Empire also had the part of the golden age and was also the representative of classical Chinese literatures. I wonder if the Tang Empire didn’t fell at 906 C.E.
“I will refuse to mourn, because I was dying to live” (Ting 168). This quote from Gifts by Shu Ting identifies the theme of life that many writers of his time felt. He is expressing, through a metaphorical poem, how important it is to accept the pain and sadness that this world may contain, without heartbreak, so that we may fulfill our dreams in life. Especially after the effects of the Cultural Revolution, he wanted his people to stop being afraid. Shu Ting was born in China and was one of the country’s most highly regarded poets.