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  • 1. The Marvelous Chinese Culture Presented by : Members of 2007th International Cultural Communication 石方玉 李莹莹 黄莉莉 郭顺 陈媛 刘雪青 杨雄英
  • 2. 中华之传统之美 Zero-distance contact with traditional China
  • 3. Features
  • 4.  
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7. 武当道士 Wudang Taoist Monk
  • 8. 喇嘛 Lamaist
  • 9.  
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  • 13.  
  • 14. Delicacies
  • 15. 饺子 Dumplings
  • 16. 吹糖人 Blown Sugar
  • 17.  
  • 18. 奶茶 Milky tea
  • 19. 糖 画 Sugar Art
  • 20.  
  • 21. 花 馍 Flower Bun
  • 22. 粽子 Chinese rice-pudding
  • 23. 老北京酸奶 Old Beijing yogurt
  • 24. 炊饼 sesame seed cake
  • 25. 糖葫芦 sirupy calabashes
  • 26. Handicrafts
  • 27. 门神 Door God
  • 28. 布老虎 Cloth Tigers
  • 29. 风筝 Kites
  • 30.  
  • 31. Customs
  • 32. 地方戏 Local Opera
  • 33. 昆曲 Kun Opera
  • 34. 京 剧 Peking Opera
  • 35. 赛龙舟 Dragon Boat Race
  • 36. 皮影戏 Shadow play
  • 37. Architecture
  • 38. 天安门 Tian An Men
  • 39.  
  • 40. 紫禁城 the Forbidden City
  • 41. 飞檐 cornice
  • 42. 四合院 Courtyard
  • 43. 门环 Knocker
  • 44.  
  • 45. 拱桥 arched bridge
  • 46.  
  • 47.  
  • 48. 蒙古包 Mongolian yurts
  • 49. Cultural icons
  • 50. 华 表 Marble pillar
  • 51. 白马寺 White Horse Temple
  • 52.  
  • 53. 日 晷 Sundial
  • 54. 太极图 the Tai Chi Map
  • 55. 佛 Buddha
  • 56. 01/09/12 We are the one ! —— 2007th ICCC
  • 57. So…Is your impression to China refreshed ? China Modern? Still mysterious? Traditional?
  • 58. Contents Paper-cutting art Introduction The Marvelous Chinese Culture Folk music & Chinese instrument China today ABCs about Hanzi(Character)
  • 59. Folk music & Chinese instrument
    • Relax & Enjoy VS Learn & Try !
    • How much do you know about it ?( To name just a few… )
    • Let‘s see…
    • By 07 ICCC , Li Ying ying
    • ( Serena )
  • 60.  
  • 61.  
  • 62. What’s this ? Just blurt out !
    • 编钟: Chime 。( a set of bell chimes )
    • 曾侯乙墓编钟: excavated from the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng in Suizhou , HuBei prov
    • Created in Warring States Period
    • Bronze & woodsness---Masterpiece !
    • Weighing more than 2500 kilograms
    • The crystal of nation wisdom.
    • 欢乐颂( Ode to Joy ) VS 楚裳 — Appreciating
  • 63.  
  • 64. Qu Yuan
  • 65.
    • Qu Yuan was the earliest great patriotic poet as well as a great statesman, ideologist, diplomat and reformer in ancient China.
  • 66.  
  • 67. HuangMei Opera
    • What‘s it like ? ---from Huangmei county , Hubei province , Dating back to the Tang dynasty , another name : tea-leaf picking opera 。
    • VS Beijing Opera ?
    • Just ENJOY !
  • 68.  
  • 69. Female Emperor's
    • Son-in-law .
  • 70.  
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  • 73.  
  • 74. Wedding Oath Cucurbit Flute
  • 75. Orchestra
  • 76.  
  • 77.  
  • 78.
    • Art Show
    • Cucurbit Flute & Paper Cutting
    • Would you like to have a try?
  • 79. Paper- cut art
    • Paper-cuts is a folk art of china. It has a long history which can be back to han dynasty. It gives people the look of see-through and an artistic treat.
  • 80.  
  • 81.  
  • 82. A Beautiful Language ABCs about Hanzi (Chinese character)
  • 83. Chinese charm: Hanzi (character)
    • Pictograph s
    • M eanings
    • Phonetics
  • 84.  
  • 85.  
  • 86. Shufa : Calligraphy
    • 7 main writing style
    • a slow, unbroken fashion
      • structure:
      • complicated->simple
      • image:
      • pictographic->symbolic
      • method:
      • engraving->brush writing
  • 87. Calligraphy:oracles
    • the oldest calligraphy
    • attested from late Shang Dynasty(1200-1050BC)
    • a well-developed writing system
    • record of divinations
  • 88.
    • a record of Shang lord going hunting and offering sacrifices to ancestors
  • 89. Calligraphy:bronze inscriptions
    • a simplified form of oracles
    • popular in Zhou Dynasty(1050-256BC)
    • a decorative style on bronzewares
    • to remember important events
  • 90.
    • Maogong Ding (a three-leg container)
    • 32 lines 499 c haracters
    • the longgest essay on a broze ware
    • a record of appointing an official
  • 91. Calligraphy:Seal script
    • f irst-ever unification 221BC
    • a standardized and formal script for all
    • a simplified and unified style
    • a much more round and even style
    • widely used in engraving ever-after
  • 92.
    • a motto seal
    • showing the owner's intersests and taste
    • content: I get out and see the great river rolling with a delight smile on my face.
  • 93. Calligraphy:clerical scripts
    • square and thick
    • more symbolical than pictographic
    • prevailing in Han Dynasty(202AD-220BC)
  • 94.
    • Huashan Monument
    • 22 lines , 38 characters each line
    • a record of the beautiful sight and emperor's journey
  • 95. Calligraphy:cursive script
    • a subsidiary style of clerical script
    • matured in late Han Dynasty
    • “ one-stroke writing”
    • free and unrestrained
    • hard to tell
  • 96.  
  • 97. Calligraphy: Regular script
    • used for more than 1800 years since around 200BC in Estern Han
    • neat and formal
    • the dominant modern Chinese script
    • a begining course for kids
  • 98.  
  • 99. Calligraphy:Semi-Cursive script
    • between cursive and regular style
    • written na t u r al ly and smooth ly with very few stop
    • a flowing style looks flexible and free
    • commonly used in daily writing
  • 100.
    • Preface of the Orchid PavillionCollection
    • written in 353 AD
    • by 王羲之( sage of calligraphy )
  • 101. Calligraphy
    • beautiful?
    • yes!
    • impenetrable?
    • no!
    • It won't be difficult to learn Chinese and calligraphy!
  • 102.
    • What will your name
    • be like
    • if written in Chinese?
  • 103. China Today
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  • 106.  
  • 107. Thank You!