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Vietnam, China and Korea culture

  1. 1. 성산일출봉 黄山 Ha Long Bay VIETNAM, KOREAN & CHINA
  2. 2.  RELIGION  CLIMATE  LANGUAGE  CUISINE  TRADITION  FESTIVAL
  3. 3.  Folk  Buddhism  Christianity  Other  Located in both a tropical and a temperate zone, influenced by monsoon  North:  Rainy season: May – Oct (hot, heavy rain)  Dry season : Nov – Apr (cold, little rainfall)  South  Wet season: May – Oct (hot, little rain)  Typhoon season : Nov – Jul (cool, heavy rain)  Vietnamese
  4. 4.  Located in North temperate zone  Temperate monsoon climate  Four seasons spring summer autumn winter---very cold  Korean  Christianity  Wonbulgyo originated in Buddhism  Other
  5. 5.  Taoism --local  Buddhism  Islam  Mandarin official language  Over 80 languages different regions different minorities  most area - four distinctive seasons  Hainan Island - tropical monsoon climate Rainy season(May – Oct. ) Dry season  Qinghai Province - Continental plateau climate strong sunshine less rainfall
  6. 6.  Rice & Noodle Com tam Pho Bun bo  Wrap and Roll Vietnamese baguette Wrap & roll Banh xeo  Traditional clothing  Arts  Traditional food Ao dai Banh chung, banh day Dong Ho Painting
  7. 7. Fried rice cakes rice cake soup  Rice-- staple food  Traditional clothing  Arts  Traditional food Hanbok Hwahyejang (화혜장) Buchaechum (부채춤), fan dance
  8. 8.  staple food -- rice, noodles, meat, vegetables  Eight regional Cuisines dumplingstangyuan Fried rice Braised pork Dim Sum  Traditional clothing  Traditional Music  Traditional food HanFu Tea culture Guqin
  9. 9.  Spring Festival (Lunar New Year): the first day of the first month  the most important time in the year  Dragon Boat Festival: the fifth day of the fifth month in The lunar  Mid-autumn Festival: on lunar August 15th
  10. 10.  Korean & China  Lantern Festival: the fifteenth day of the first lunar month  China & Vietnam  Tomb-sweeping Day: the fifth day of third month, offering sacrifice to ancestors  Vietnam  Vu Lan festival: 15th of seventh lunar month  occasion for expressing love and gratitude to ancestor and parents.  is known as Mother’s day

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