Reading Time: 1 minute 10 Facts to Help You Understand Chinese Culture China’s culture stretches to the corners of the world through the overseas Chinese population and influence, but it can still seem a very different and mysterious culture. Here are 10 fascinating facts that will help you understand Chinese culture. — Lees op http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/chinese-culture-facts.htm … Continue reading 10 Facts to Help You Understand Chinese Culture – Mantifang: the East Asian experience!
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Huangshan mountains (yellow mountains) ( 黄山 ) in Anhui province are well known for their strange shaped peaks, pine trees and the sea of clouds. Huangshan mountains have been often depicted in Chinese traditional paintings and literature. It can be overcrowded with tourists but it is still magnificent. via Mysterious mountains of Huangshan - China
Mantifang: social media magazine! Readers binding for Social Media In a traditional medium as a magazine, “readers binding” was the holy grail. The editorial content had to be such that the subscriber at his mailbox was waiting for the new number. The advertisers had a benefit because they belonged to the same club. Everything that … Continue reading Mantifang story telling East Asia!
The world is too hot so Jimmy Shen gives you the recipe to make cool green tea to get some relief. Be kind to the world and share. mantifang.com Source: Brew Your Own Cool Herbal Tea - Mantifang: the East Asian experience!
Morality is a funny thing. What is right for one person is wrong for another. What is wrong for one can be perfectly acceptable by another. This especially comes into play when you move from culture to culture. In one culture it can be perfectly acceptable for a man to have multiple wives, for example, […] … Continue reading Morality, Why is it such a difficult word to define?…. — BuddhistRonin – A personal journey through Buddhism and the Martial Arts
Initially, I had planned to spend the whole week in Beijing, but my friends suggested a short trip to Pingyao in the Shanxi province. Pingyao is a walled city that dates from the 15th century. It has preserved almost intact its traditional architecture, so it is a good option to see what Imperial China was … Continue reading Pingyao, Shanxi, China — aledith
Museum of China Beijing Painting the Snowland Dreaming with Ingenuity – Exhibition of Extensive Thangka paintings by Qinghai The National Art Museum of China Beijing, China 17-01-2018 until 04-03-2018 Thangka is the cultural and artistic treasure of Chinese traditional culture. In 2006, the Tibetan Thangka was mentioned in………. via The National Art Museum of China Beijing, … Continue reading Painter in China