Some of the similarities that China and Japan share are having rich and traditional cultures as well as similar religions. As stated in the article “It is constantly looking for better tools and techniques that will make it a world leader.”, both countries develop their technology skills based on other ideas and coming up with better ways to design their technology. Both Japan and China have changed their society in ways such as moving from agricultural to manufacturing. Because they are embracing management philosophies and technological progress they are leading to more affordable quality systems.
Korea, China, and Japan all share similarities when viewed as a whole. They all reside in Asia, they all speak similar languages, they could practically be the same place if without the language barrier; what the uneducated public is accustomed to thinking. Facts prove that when looked at deeply they really aren’t so similar after all. These dynasties that mainly ran almost simultaneously, all classify differently and follow different standards. The politics and sociality of China and Japan (and slightly Korea) exposes the differences between these Asian countries.
In my view, I contributed a lot to the process and the outcome of the project. I searched for tons of information about cultural differences between Canada and China on the Internet and conducted surveys of differences of clothing and foods in the Masonville Mall and some local restaurants. Also, I divided cultural differences into five categories, which are clothing, food, housing, transportation and daily Canadian customs. In the whole process, I made great efforts to collect information as much as possible so that various information can be included in our app designing. What I did in the process laid the groundwork for the outcome. Meanwhile, I came up with designing an app in the end of our project and devoted myself to design the layout of our app as well as the content, which is conducive to show our project more clearly.
The comparison between the Chinese and Mexican cultures is an interesting and fascinating one. I do agree that music and dancing is a vital part of the Mexican culture. Mexicans will use any event or situation as a reason to have a celebratory party. All cultures celebrate events such as weddings, births, and some even celebrate death in a positive light. The Mexican culture goes beyond the main events in life that we as Americans normally consider celebration-worthy events. Mexicans will
People often confuse China with Japan, especially when it comes to their history together. Because of this, one might infer that the two have striking similarities. But in fact they have a multi duos amount of differences such as their economies, cultures and politics. As China and japan sport similar beliefs and curiosities towards Christianity and the European Missionaries, they feel threatened due to their underlying beliefs. Disagreements led to China and Japan's economy to launch by establishing grounds and Christianity also took a big toll onto their diplomacy.
Modern China and Japan share many similarities, such as geographical location, and the way the population has grown through the years. Although modern China and Japan bear similarities, the differences between the two nations are plentiful as well. China and Japan have two different forms of government, and separate economies as well. Despite these differences, the rich culture that both these countries boast, connect one nation to the other.
When people walk around the land of American, it is easy find a group people who look like Asian, however, they can not speak another language expect English and also they do not understand another culture. With the developing of globalization, lots of people move from the motherland to other countries to seek their new life. With this increasing trend, there is a new population, they have different characteristics with the original country's. According to “pair of tickets”, the author Amy Tan uses the personal experience to reveal difference of two culture, which shows on language expression, Ethnic identity and development of relationship.
China and Japan have a very long history and many events happened. Throughout these events, China and Japan created many different elements or factors respond to changes of time. Both China and Japan have produced spectacularly prolific culture.in modern era we can see China has essential the same cultural orientations informing and shaping their modernity.
Culture can be divide into two main components as Tangible and intangible aspect. Tangible culture can be seen as monuments, ruins, and historical buildings which refers to the history, art, science or other culture preservation. The intangible culture is imperceptible such as knowledge, expression, and social norms that distinguish the identity, personality, and spirituality of one from another, which further influence one’s behavior, emotion, and the way of thinking. There are always culture similarities and differences between place to place, yet there are more differentiates between the western and eastern culture such as the United Kingdom and Taiwan. The culture differences can not only discover in life trivia but also can perceived easily
As possibly the oldest civilization, China has had considerable influence on Japanese culture. A surge of immigration around 300 B.C.E. brought “elements of culture that led to great changes in Japan” (299). This influence is particularly evident in the religious shift to Buddhism. Though a religion was already established in Japan, Buddhism was embraced and quickly overtook Shinto. However, Shinto continued to develop in rebellion to Buddhism (299-300). The religious shift rippled into politics, architecture, and sculpture. Even so, as with Shinto, Japanese culture maintained indigenous traits (299). Moreover, art shows the greatest evidence of Chinese influence while still displaying unique Japanese characteristics. These similarities and differences are seen in the Chinese painting Seeking the Tao in the Autumn Mountains and the Japanese painting Winter Landscape.
China-Japan relationship is geographically separated by the East China Sea. Therefore Japan got strong influence of China in its language, architecture, culture, religion, philosophy, and law. When the State of Western countries like the United Kingdom and the United States forced Japan to open trade in the middle 19th century, Japan did some modernization (Meiji Restoration), since then Japan see China as an ancient society.
Consider the history of Japan: How is Japan similar to Korea and how is it unique, due to its island location? Both Japan and Korea have a very large population of people and are extremely advanced in technology. The population in Japan is said to have about 123 million people; however, Korea has about 47,275,000 people. Another thing in common that Japan and Korea both share is that they both share a love for wrestling but, in Japan it’s called Sumo and, In Korea it’s called Sirium. Both countries are known for the production on cars, cameras, computers and other types of high end technology. Japan’s art was very similar to the artwork of Korea. Both countries also share the religion of Buddhism and are big producers of ships and trade. Most
The countries Vietnam and China both are countries from Asia. They both have particularly similar and different traits. The similarities for China and Vietnam are the commerce increase and retained distinctiveness, and the differences like the fact that women have a greater freedom, and the language.
This year is my forth year that I has been studying in the United State. I’m already used to the U.S. culture and the U.S. living style. So in general, I didn’t experience any culture shock after I got here. If I had any culture shock, it’s probably three years ago. I couldn’t remember any of them. However I do have some thoughts about the differences between the U.S. and China after four years of studying in the United States.