Chinese Culture And Its Effects On The Country 's Economy And Civil Considerations

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Chinese Culture
According to Zimmermann (2015) Culture is the distinctive features and knowledge of a specific group of people, outlined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts. The Center for Advance Research on Language Acquisition goes a step further, defining culture as mutual patterns of behaviors and interactions, cognitive constructs and understanding that are learned by socializing. Thus, it can be seen as the growth of a group individuality fostered by social structures unique to the group.
China is one of the most complex nations in the world. From its numerous aspects of culture to its intricate physical geography and storied military history. My paper will provide a brief view into the nation’s language, music, religion, cuisine, and arts. I will also provide a weather analysis and how its effects on the country’s economy and civil considerations.
The language in China is Standard Chinese (known locally as Putonghua), which is based on the Beijing, or Mandarin, dialect. There are lots of other dialects, too: Wu (Shanghaiese), Yue (Cantonese), Minnan (Hokkien-Taiwanese), Xiang, Gan, Hakka, and more. There are also parts of China (especially Tibet) where the language used has absolutely no relevancy with China as such. However, Mandarin Chinese (the `official’ language of the country) is interpreted and used universally almost all over China (The news desk, 2007).

Chinese Music
Traditional Chinese music can be
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