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People habitated in Western Hunan has been famous for their unique folk culture long ago. Here, below 6 unique skills are especially outstanding. First skill: Jar Vegetable Pepper, cabbage, radish and nearly all kinds of vegetables could be put into this magic jar waiting for special and great taste after fermenting. With season’s change, different […]

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015 at 09:58 | 0 comments
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The National Forest Park had been given the name of Zhangjiajie after the name of a small village located within its bounds, and now a popular tourist attraction within the park. The three-character name can be interpreted as follows: ZHANG is a common surname in China; JIA can be translated as family; and JIE can […]

Thursday, November 28th, 2013 at 06:04 | 0 comments
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ZJJ Collage is the art of making a picture by sticking pieces of colored paper, fabric, or photographs onto a surface and it also means a picture that you make by doing this. ZJJ Tujia people use a piece of good quality wood as the surface for the collage. Then put the skins, roots, brunches […]

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 at 14:43 | 0 comments
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The acrobatic art is a traditional Chinese performing art with a long history. Broadly speaking, the art includes all special performances and was called “Miscellaneous art” and “varied skills and music”in ancient times. Acrobatics are a form of art extracted from skills in daily life, work and martial arts, originated from primitive man’s hunting activities. […]

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 at 06:03 | 0 comments
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1.Don’t placing chopsticks unevenly Chinese people regard it as inauspicious to place a pair of chopsticks unevenly on the table before, during or after a meal. They call it “Son thong liang duan”, or ” three long and two short”, which indicates death. 2.Don’t pointing at others with chopsticks You should never perch your chopsticks […]

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 at 05:57 | 0 comments
Categories: Cultural custom