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Trabajo Belen Sosa
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  • 2. INTRODUCTION <ul><li>In this project speaks of a beautiful place that is here talking about what China is China and that is a good place for holiday visits in these </li></ul>
  • 3. Sights of China <ul><li>Mausoleo de Mao : Built in honor of the late Chairman Mao Tse Tung, the Mausoleum is located in the famous Tiananmen Square, contrasting significantly with the surrounding landscape. Frequented by a large number of visitors, is surrounded by towering sculptures that reconstruct the various stages that went through the revolution in China. </li></ul><ul><li>Square Tiananmen : Tiananmen Square covers about 40 hectares in the center of Beijing, forming the largest public square in the world. It is often used for public demonstrations in support of the regime. Suitable constitutes a real place for pilgrimage and found there the tomb of Mao, the Heroes Monument, an obelisk to honor the fallen during the Revolution, the Great Hall of the People, the Museum of the Revolution and the Museum China History. </li></ul><ul><li>The Forbidden City : </li></ul><ul><li>Commonly called the Palace Museum, is located in the heart of Beijing, representing an icon of the Ming and Qing dynasties for nearly 500 years of history. The Forbidden City is comprised of a complex of palaces, architecturally owner of a unique style that account for its important cultural value. Thirteen Ming Tombs: Near the Great Wall of China stands a beautiful valley, sheltered by the mountains and surrounded by a river. This was the site of 13 Ming emperors to carry out the construction of their tombs. Great Wall China : It is certainly unthinkable resist knowing the ancient Great Wall of China, or what little remains of it but still retains its charms. </li></ul>
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  • 5. China feeding <ul><li>The Table: A time to eat 3 cups arranged on the table, a big one for beer or water, a medium for red or white wine and a small one for the liquor, being the most popular of the Mao-Tai China which is made from sorghum. The Wang Chao is the traditional drink that is drunk before a meal typically is based on shark fin soup, goose in soy sauce, bird&apos;s nest soup, chicken and pasta dishes special. Local style: The main four are from Guangdong, Shandong, Sichuan and Huaiyang. There will be eight more of Hunan, Fujian, Anhui and Zhejiang, and ten plus Beijing and Shanghai. The four main Guangdong: This range is broad and fine, uses fresh produce from river and sea, but also birds, insects, mice and sepientes. Typical dishes: Snake and cat, snake, cat and chicken, crispy pork skin, etc. Shandong: Broad and fine cuisine, good at cooking fresh seafood. Best dishes: sea cucumbers and onions, eggs, squid, crab ovary and shark fin, chicken roasted seeds, nuts and milk, etc. </li></ul>
  • 6. <ul><li>Sichuan: Cuisine famous for its spicy taste and rare. Typical dishes: Beef with aroma of fish, meat and diced chicken squares peanut taste funny, spicy tofu, stone carp, etc. Huaiyang: Style of Jiangsu, where there are many rivers and lakes. Use vivid and fresh products and takes care to mild flavor, shape and color. Typical dishes: Beggar&apos;s Chicken, sweet and sour Mandarin fish, slices of tender bamboo chicken, salted duck, steam fish, etc. </li></ul>
  • 7. <ul><li>Special styles: Style palace Imitation of the imperial kitchen. Finest ingredients, special methods, fresh flavor and smooth, elegant dishes with names, which also serve as special. Vegetarian Style: People a thousand years is divided into three: monastic palace and common. Its dishes are prepared with vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, tofu and vegetable oil are delicious, nutritious, digestible and anticancer effects. The best are called &amp;quot;chicken&amp;quot;, &amp;quot;meat&amp;quot;, &amp;quot;ham&amp;quot;, &amp;quot;fish&amp;quot;, &amp;quot;shrimp&amp;quot;, etc. </li></ul>
  • 8. <ul><li>Medical Style: Dietary therapy and important part of Chinese cuisine. And BC, the Chinese discovered the secret to health. Based on Chinese medicine, has developed a series of dishes like cream of chicken lilia bulb, shrimp with pearl powder, Sichuan carp, duck sauce, minced meat pie with poria, etc. Muslim Style: Cuisine of ethnic minorities living in northwest China and have faith of Islam. The best dishes are full Manjares mutton, roast lamb, mutton with spices in pot, sliced ​​and skewered grilled lamb, rice and mutton soup, offal, etc. </li></ul>
  • 9. <ul><li>Local snacks: There are a variety. Shapes and tastes are different and popular taste. Prepare more rice in the south and wheat in the north. In Beijing you prefer the sweet taste in Guangzhou, the Western taste, and in Suzhou, diversity. The best sandwiches in the north are: empanada Shaomei, Aiwowo cone cream, beans, pie Guobuli, etc., And the South: crab empanada ovary, seed cake, chicken soup, oil empanada, empanada with five seeds , crabmeat ravioli, rice balls, etc. </li></ul>
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  • 11. clothing <ul><li>The kimono The generic term means, even today, the set of traditional Japanese clothing (wafuku), as opposed to the soft western dress (yofuku). The term refers more specifically kimono traditional clothing consists of two overlapping long dresses. Result of a long historical evolution, current structure is identical for men, women and children. Very sober color (indigo, beige, brown, gray), the male kimono haori used with a (sort of dress three-quarter closed out with a single braided cord), and on special occasions with a hakama (trousers broad recalls the shape of a skirt). The women&apos;s kimono, colors much more vivid is held in place by a decorative belt (obi), and until the eve of their marriage the young girls wear long-sleeved kimono (furi-sode </li></ul>
  • 12. <ul><li>With the Meiji Restoration and the abolition of sumptuary laws strictly governing the customs of dress, (such as prohibition of silk or satin, or a few colors reserved for the samurai and courtiers, or the mandatory use of a particular attire each class), the use of silk for making kimonos will be disseminated widely, while the traditional dresses will be gradually replaced by western-style clothing. Nowadays the kimono is essentially a ceremonial dress used by women. </li></ul>
  • 13. <ul><li>The yukata Yukata kimono is a kind of light, but in cotton. The Japanese used occasionally in the summer for example, festivals. It can also serve as homely clothes (for men and women). When cool you can take a kind of cotton vest underneath (called samui). </li></ul>
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  • 15. Traditional festivals <ul><li>Spring Festival Among the oldest festivals in China are the Spring Festival and Lantern, the first was called before the New Year Festival because it corresponds to the first day of the lunar calendar year that followed the Chinese. According to the solar calendar, this holiday falls between late January and early February. </li></ul>
  • 16. <ul><li>Lantern Festival Another national holiday is the Lantern, which is celebrated on 15 of the first lunar month and corresponds to the first full moon after the Feast of First. At this festival folk are many programs such as parades and dragon dances on stilts. The dragon that appears in the Lantern Festival is composed of nine to twelve segments, united by webs, which are carried by bearers who carry hanging lanterns: these, as the dragon moves, waving at each end by imitating lanterns the animal&apos;s sinuous wrap. Besides this show, are also broadly welcomed the lion dance and the pot of soil. A typical meal at this event is the ball of sticky rice with meat or sweet fillings. Because they are round and compact, represent the strong family reunion. </li></ul>
  • 17. <ul><li>Mid-Autumn Festival The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month and owes its name to fall precisely in mid-autumn. That day, the Chinese have the habit of looking at the full moon of the night and eat moon cake. </li></ul>
  • 18. <ul><li>Dragon Boat Festival The Dragon Boat Festival is also called Double Five Festival because it corresponds to the fifth day of the fifth month of Chinese lunar calendar. This festival is celebrated to honor the memory of the great patriotic poet Qu Yuan (339-278 BC), at that time China was in the Warring States Period. </li></ul>
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  • 20. Beijing opera and makeup <ul><li>The Beijing Opera has a rich repertoire that includes historical, tragedy, comedy, farce and that emphasizes the song to the martial arts. It kept many excellent pieces like the public. Required in the Beijing opera, orchestras, string instruments, percussion and wind. Used various means of expression, song (chang), recitation (nian), action (zuo) and strife (da). The song has fixed patterns, but the rhythm is rich and varied. The recitation is in dialogues and monologues in the Beijing dialect, either as flat or musical. The acting is stylized forms of theatrical expression and a series of movements of the hands, fingers, feet and eyes, adjusted his cap, shake a leg or a way of walking. Some shows are performed in a pantomime. The acting is actually a large concentration of similar abilities, the fight is a wonderful demonstration that combines martial arts and dance. In Beijing opera there are four basic types of characters: Sheng (male role), Dan (female role), jing (painted face) and Chou (clown). </li></ul>
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  • 22. Religion and Philosophy <ul><li>Freedom of religion is a constitutional right of every citizen of the Republic of China. According to the Ministry of Interior, there are over 11 million religious believers in the Taiwan area. Overall, more than 16,000 temples and churches scattered throughout the region, serving the spiritual needs of the 21.4 million residents. Polytheistic and syncretic, society dominates China Taoism and Buddhism, though apparently each religion posits an independent doctrine, some of them can not be distinguished strictly. For example, Matsu, the Goddess of the Sea, a Taiwan folk deity, and Kuanyin, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, love is sometimes in the same temple. This reveals the special character of the religious outlook of China, which can accommodate seemingly contradictory beliefs simultaneously. </li></ul>
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  • 24. Geography <ul><li>China, the second largest nation in the world, covers an area of 11,418,174 km2 (including Mongolia). China is second only to Russia in terms of size and is larger than Europe and Oceania. It occupies a quarter of the land area of Asia and about one-twelfth of the area around the world. </li></ul>
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  • 26. CHARACTERS OF CHINA <ul><li>ONE OF THE MOST KNOWN PERSONALITIES IN THE WORLD IS Chan Kong Sang or more to Chaki Chan is best known for his martial arts </li></ul>
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  • 28. ANIME <ul><li>ANIME IS ALSO IN CHINA AS JAPAN AND CHINA IS WHAT MORE DO THE ANIME SAILOR MOON IS LIKE ANIMES, Inu Yasha, Sakura, ETC. MADE IN THE EXPRESSION OF FEELINGS AND WE EXPRESS THROUGH DRAWING </li></ul>
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  • 30. <ul><li>WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND EXPRORES THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE WHERE YOU REALLY HAVE MORE THINGS NOT SEEN ELSEWHERE WHAT YOU RECOMMEND IN AND EXPLORE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION </li></ul>
  • 31. PARTICIPANTS <ul><li>ERICKA SOSA </li></ul><ul><li>EDGAR TORRES </li></ul><ul><li>LAURA MALERVA </li></ul>

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