Home - Travel Blog - Company Activity - Chinese Culture Guide

Chinese Culture Guide

By china tour on 6/15/2009 9:13:00 AM | Company Activity

China enjoys a rich culture dating back thousands of years.China is the world's earliest civilizations developed one of the countries that have all the splendid culture of 5,000 years of history, Beijing is the country's political,economic,transportation and cultural center. With Xi'an, Luoyang, Nanjing, the ancient capital of four tied for the Chinese. Chinese culture is well-known – it dates back several thousands of years, and is often presented in prestigious magazines like National Geographic. Itourbeijing invites you to discover China behind the screen – our cultural channel take you to the “must-see” sites, such as the Terra-cotta Army, or the famousMagao Grottoes, but you will also have time to acquaint yourself with some of the more-abstract cultures, refined over time - the culture surrounding the consumption of tea, the “silk” culture, martial arts, traditional herbal medicine (TCM), ancient architecture, and of course Chinese cuisine.

If you have time,you can also take a China culture tour, to visit one or several of the more than 55 minorities that inhabit different corners of China, some of whose unique cultures and customs date back several thousand years. Choose to listen to the chorus and Lushen dance of the Miao or to the ancient music of the Naxi people. Have fun at the Water Splashing Festival of the Dai people. Marvel at the sights at the Shotun Festival in Tibet, the Naadam Festival of Mongolia, the March Fair of the Bai people, the Torch Festival of the Yi people, the face-painting of the Dulong people, or the unique life style of the Moso people. Shop with us at the bazaar in Kashigar, along the famous Silk Road. All of these, together with the colorful customs, the exquisite ethnic handcrafts, the elegant buildings, numerous well-loved legends, and a variety of delicious cuisines, will bestow upon you impressions which will last a lifetime.
China General Introduction,Religions and Beliefs,Medicine,Education,China Food and Drink,Culture Focus,Arts and Crafts