Basic customs and traditions of China
China – amazing and beautiful country, which annually attracts millions of tourists from all corners of the globe to explore not only its attractions, but also to look at the life of the local people, their culture.
Of course, each country has its own special customs, traditions, a certain way of life. And the exception here is China – one of the oldest countries in the world with its rich traditions and customs, rooted deeply in history. The Chinese traditions are an important part and integral part of Chinese culture in General.
China – a huge multi-ethnic country, and every single nationality has its own traditions and idiosyncrasies manifested in the manner of eating and dress, in lifestyle, in conducting rituals and ceremonies and many other things.
So, the staple food in the South is the rice, and the inhabitants of the Northern regions give preference to flour products. Uzbeks, Kazakhs and Uyghurs like to eat the lamb kebab.Among the Mongols in honor fried thick docks, and the Koreans eat cold noodles. As for dress codes, there are also differences: manjuri are “either male or female garments” (female typical dress with Chinese embroidery and paintings); the Tibetans – “Chub” (long caftan); the Uighurs – embroidered skullcaps; the women Continue reading
Every part of the world has its own unique features, traditions and customs which we ought to guard, with special care, as these numerous customs were left to the present generation by our ancestors. Of course, no one can escape the influence of the modern world, take all the benefits of civilization, which greatly facilitate our lives nowadays.
However, in any case, we must somehow preserve and protect the legacy that was passed on to us from generation to generation, the legacy of which for many years valued and respected by our ancestors, as they are carefully treated to ensure that they have transferred from early childhood by their parents. Because we can’t afford to lose all this precious heritage of our ancestors in one minute, then we simply will not a single particles of history.
It is the history left by our ancestors, is a repository of precious information, from which we could learn lots of interesting information about our joint past and perhaps fix a huge number of errors that are created by many people nowadays. All the continents are totally different, but they still have similarities.
Australia is a relatively young continent, which recently emerged traditions and customs. People Continue reading
Tips and advice on trip to Japan
It is important !!!
– Not accepted Smoking in public places, in offices, depots and railway platforms, as well as in homes and cars without the owner’s permission.
– You can not step booted foot on straw mats “tatami” is regarded as sacrilege. This particularly applies to dwellings or to visit temples.
– You should also change shoes in special Slippers before and after using the toilet.
Gratuities and taxes
– Tipping is not customary. An attempt to tip may be considered offensive.
– In the expensive hotels and restaurants to the value accounts often to pay the service fee in the amount of 10-15%
The customs and traditions of Japan
The number of traditions and rituals that are required or recommended for compliance, is huge. Almost all spheres of life of the country is permeated by a network of traditions and ceremonies, especially noticeable in the communication between people.
– The Japanese carefully and lovingly refer to nature, admire the natural beauty of the landscape, Continue reading