Brief Introduction to Chinese Traditional Culture

Chinese culture has a long history, long history and profound. Text is a kind of culture. Throughout the Southeast Asian generation, South Korea, Japan and other countries are deeply influenced by Chinese culture, and customs, human feelings and characters all contain traces of Chinese culture, which shows the historical, extensive and influential nature of Chinese culture.

Culture refers to the overall life style and value system of a nation. A narrower definition includes knowledge, religion, belief, art, philosophy, etc.

The earliest manifestations of Chinese culture are pictorial inscriptions and thick and ancient inscriptions on bones and tortoise shells in Yin Ruins. Yangshao culture, Dawenkou culture, Hongshan culture, Liangzhu culture, etc. witnessed the long history of Chinese civilization and culture.

The inheritance of Chinese culture is inseparable from religious belief. The introduction of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism into China. China is a vast country with abundant resources and many nationalities, forming the regional characteristics of various national cultures and the national characteristics of Chinese culture.

In the prosperous Tang Dynasty, it was famous all over the world. Foreign cultures took the opportunity to spread to China, and the western Christian, God and Jesus Cross culture Amen spread to China. The Western knife and fork culture in the Opium War was even more popular.

The May 4th Movement was the first year of China’s new culture. The New Culture Movement opened the “vernacular” of Chinese culture to popularize China’s new culture. The new culture movement was profound and unpredictable, which made it easier for the public to understand and accept.

The highest classic of Chinese culture is mainly the “Six Classics”, that is, poetry, calligraphy, etiquette, music, changes, spring and autumn. Music Sutra is not passed on, but is called “Five Classics”. The “four books”, including The Analects of Confucius, Mencius, The University, and The Doctrine of the Mean, are the core of China’s greatest worship.

All of them are expressed as respect. “Respect” not only reflects respect for heaven, earth and others, but also respect for Chinese culture. It is also a person’s spiritual will and human dignity. The core of etiquette is also a word of “respect”, so Confucius said that “no respect, no ceremony”.

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