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  • The Year of Dragon,Chinese Food,and Travel in China——Welcome to China Xinfeng Gao Lecturer ,College of Fine Arts and Communication Qingdao Agriculture University,China Email/Gtalk:colorbird.net@gmail.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gaoxinfeng
  • Contents USCHINA
  • ContentsThe year of dragonChinese foodTraval in ChinaAbout Qingdao& Qingdao Agriculture University View slide
  • 龙年 The year of dragon View slide
  • The Dragon , is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appears in the Chinese zodiac related to the ChineseI am calendar, and the only animal that is legendary. the Dragon means honest, sensitive, and brave.first! ox tiger hare dragon rat snake boar hore monkey sheep dog rooster
  • 龍/龙The dragon written by the calligraphers
  • Dragon,Chinese totemChinese dragon is of magic power.It can change the length of its bodyas it wishes, it can either fly or swimand it can even bring rainfalls.People in ancient China often offeredsacrifices to Dragon for favorableweather and good harvest.
  • Dragon,Chinese totemIt has been at least 6,000 years since dragon came into being. Different from eras and areas
  • The Dragon draw on the bronze mirror in Warring states period
  • The dragon draw on the silk in Han Dynasty
  • The dragon carved on the stone in Wei period
  • The dragon in Tang dynasty
  • The dragon carved on stone in Song Dynasty
  • The dragon draw on pen holder in Ming Dynasty
  • The dragon on clothes in Qing Dynasty
  • You may see the Chinese Dragon on historical relics
  • You may see the Chinese Dragon on historical relics
  • You may see the Chinese Dragon on historical relics
  • And you could see the Chinese Dragon in modern China
  • And you could see the Chinese Dragon in modern China
  • And you could see the Chinese Dragon in modern China
  • 中国饮食 Chinese foodChopsticksThe most important toolSometimes the only tool
  • 中国饮食 Chinese foodThe dishes are placed on the tableand everyone shares
  • 中国饮食 Chinese foodChinese hosts like to put food into The guests enjoy the food the plates of their guests. by themselves
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food The custom of toasting in some parts of China is to finish the drink at once,andthey view it as politeness and "liberated".
  • 中国饮食 Chinese foodPeople like to toast to eachother with the glassestouched a burst of sound.
  • 中国饮食 Chinese foodA typical Chinese dinner • Garlic Start Main • Hot meat and vegetable dishes. courses • Fresh Soup • Rice or noodles or sometimes Staple dumplings food
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food Beijing Rost Duck
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food• Chinese culinary arts arefamous all over the world.Chinese dishes appeal to thesenses through sight, smell,taste, texture.• Chinese cuisine includes avariety of different flavors dueto Chinas vast geography anddiverse nationalities. Localdishes with their owndistinctiveness can be roughlydivided into eight regionalcuisines.
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food Chinese Eight Regional Cuisines Jiangsu Anhui Hunan Known for sour and spicy dishesHigh cutting techniques Nutritious food Fujian Zhejiangpeculiar about soup light, crisp, elegant Sichuan Spicy-hot Shandong Guangdongexcellent seafood Delicacies
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food Dumplings Jiaozi has a very long history in China.Though the present Jiaozi has changed a lot from the original one, its significance has, however, improved. Nowadays, Jiaozi is a very common food in the north part of China (as introduced just now, in Shandong Province and many other neighboring places). When the Chinese new year comes, almost every Chinese family will eat jiaozi, because the pronunciation of jiaozi can express a very good meaning, which both means the happy get-together of family members and connection of the new year and the past old year. Jiaozi can be made into many shapes, the stuffs inside are also various. Ways to cook Jiaozi are also diverse: deeply-fry, boil ,steam,etc
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food 粽子-Zong zi Sticky Rice Wrapped in Leaves A Famous Ancient Chinese Poet and Statesman-Quyuan . A special day called “duan wu” Fesitval, which comes on May the 5th (Chinese calendar). On that day, people will eat Zongzi and hold boating competition according to the old traditions.
  • Tea
  • 中国饮食 Chinese food Famous Tea of China Longjing Tea Biluochun TeaHuangshan Maofeng Baihaoyinzhen Tea
  • Travel…The Forbidden City The Forbidden City
  • Travel…The Forbidden City The Forbidden City
  • Travel…,The Great Wall
  • Travel…,The Great Wall
  • Travel…, The Emperor Qins Terracotta Warriors
  • Travel…, The Emperor Qins Terracotta Warriors
  • Travel…, The Hometown of Confucius
  • Travel…,Zhangjiajie
  • Travel…,Qingdao
  • Travel…,Qingdao
  • Travel…,Qingdao
  • Travel…,Qingdao
  • A Provincial University Established in 1951 Land coverage: 220 hectares Faculty number: 200031,500 Undergraduate Students 1,500 Graduate Students
  • QAU is a well-balanced comprehensive university Economics 2.0% Agriculture 24.5%AGRICULTURE Arts 18.8%ENGINEERINGSCIENCES Management 11.3%ECONOMICSMANAGEMENTHUMANITIESARTS Sciences 17.0% Engineering 26.4% proportion each discipline takes(in terms of disciplinary setup)
  • Thank you! Racers Go! Xinfeng Gao Lecturer ,College of Fine Arts and Communication Qingdao Agriculture University,China Email/Gtalk:colorbird.net@gmail.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gaoxinfeng部分图片与内容来自网络,感谢原作者的辛勤工作与分享精神。如若不同意使用,请告知,谢谢。