No. 10: Weiqi (围棋). The game of Go began with Emperor Yao. It is an essential course for many military men to learn strategic and tactical guidelines and has had the greatest influence on neighboring countries such as China for thousands of years. It has flourished and gradually developed into an international cultural athletic activities.
No. 9: Paper-cutting. Paper-cutting is known as the most popular folk art in China. All over the world, paper-cutting is seen every year during the Chinese New Year. Papercutting has become an important symbol of Chinese elements.
No. 8: Hanfu. Hanfu is the traditional dress of the Chinese nation, which is now being enjoyed by more and more people. Hanfu is very beautiful clothing, which can best reflect the Han people’s elegant, graceful temperament.
No. 7: Drama. The most famous of all operas is the Peking Opera. Mr. Mei Lanfang’s virtuoso performance has not only impressed the world with the Chinese Peking Opera but has also had a profound impact on many theatrical and cinematic arts.
No. 6: Silk. According to records, silk was first used in China in the mid-Neolithic period, 5,000 to 6,000 years ago. It was silk and embroidery that opened the Silk Road, which had a very big impact on Central Asia and Europe at that time. All the upper-class people in Europe were proud to wear silk clothes, so Chinese silk, arguably, was the world’s early luxury item.
No. 5: Calligraphy. China is one of the countries in the world that uses writing as an art. Calligraphy reflects the characteristics of Chinese culture and humanity in every aspect. Worldwide, more and more people are learning calligraphy.
No. 4: Tea Ceremony. Tea began when Shennong tasted a hundred herbs, and in China’s first pharmacological monograph, Shennong’s Book of Materia Medica, it is recorded that “Shennong tasted a hundred herbs and encountered 72 poisonous It’s a good way to get tea to solve the problem”.
The tea ceremony originated in China. The Chinese have been drinking tea as a way to cultivate the body and mind since at least the Tang Dynasty.
No. 3: Porcelain. China is the home of porcelain, the most famous being Jingdezhen. Porcelain is an important creation of Chinese working people. The invention of porcelain is the great contribution of the Chinese nation to world civilization.
In English, “china” is the same word as “China”. Early porcelain was made in China around the middle of the Shang dynasty in the 16th century BC.
No. 2: Martial Arts. Chinese martial arts has a long history, almost every Chinese has a kung fu dream in their hearts. More and more foreigners are coming to China from far and wide just to experience the charm of martial arts.
No. 1: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). At present, TCM has spread to more than 80% of the world, and not only Korea and Japan’s research on TCM has been In Thailand and Singapore, Chinese medicine has been legalized. The United States has in 1994, Chinese medicine has been written into the law, the United States is now acupuncture registered doctor 1.2 million people, the annual Chinese medicine of the Circulation amounts to $2.7 billion.