China: Culture and How it Changed Full information for uploads not provided by client Two essays on China Essay one: what significant cultural aspects (broadly defined) have been introduced which distinguish Chinese culture from other cultures around the world? Choose 2-3 from the list. This brief paper looks at what significant cultural aspects have been introduced which distinguish Chinese culture from other cultures around the world. Although there are many possible areas of exploration, two that leap out at the writer are the following: The Five virtues of Confucianism; and the concept of qigong. In the end, China is different from other cultures in the sense that China offers a set of virtues that are specifically aimed at living life...The end:
.....ary citizens. In the end, one has to conclude that China has gone against the prevailing democratic tide of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries; the country has likewise maintained a firm belief in family – even though family must obviously operate under the constraints imposed by the central powers (the tight controls on procreation, for example, is a classic instance of the state telling people how many children they may bring into the world). In the end, we may conclude that China is a nation that embraces change only when change embraces tradition. Works Cited “Beijing Olympics, lecture notes.” Pp.1-8 of upload (no further information provided). “Traditional China, lecture notes.” Pp.1-4 of upload (no further information provided).