Presentation from chinese interns for “STOP AIDS” project, AIESEC in Mariupol <ul><li>You Di  Violet </li></ul>
 
Where is China?
 
History Festival Food Art Gong fu
Battles
Dynasty
Silk road <ul><li>stretching more than 7000 kilometers, brought China and Europe together.  </li></ul>
<ul><li>The Tang Dynasty represented the splendor and brilliance of feudal China, and was the most open and advanced count...
Four Beauties in Chinese History <ul><li>1. Black hair; 2. Finely shaped black eyebrows 3. Large, bright and expressive ey...
National flag The capital of China Chinese character
Festivals & customs
 
Spring festival
12 animals of China
Famous animal
Customs of Chinese New Year
 
Chinese New Year Food <ul><li>Chinese Dumplings /jyaoww-dzrr/ </li></ul><ul><li>Spring Roll /chwnn jwen/ </li></ul><ul><li...
Temple fair
 
Chinese New Year Greetings <ul><li>Phrases of Greeting Sayings </li></ul><ul><li>Common Greeting Sayings in Chinese New Ye...
Tomb Sweeping Day
Tomb Sweeping Day Date : April 5, 2011
Dragon Boat Festival Dragon Boat Racing
Dragon Boat Festival Eating zongzi
Mid-Autumn Festival
Mid-Autumn Festival
Origin —— Chang E
◇ 10 suns  ◇ A strong archer —— Hou Yi  ◇ Shoot down
KunLun Mountains
Western Queen  Mother  Hou Yi Elixir The Western Queen Mother rewarded Hou Yi with elixir and told him:  If you and your w...
Chang E ate it on  the 15 th  day of  the 8 th  lunar month  Hou Yi couldn’t bear to  abandon his wife, so he gave the eli...
As Chang E liked eating cakes, so every year at the middle of the 8 th  lunar month, Hou Yi made some round cakes which lo...
Chinese food   &quot;The Chinese eat everything with four legs, except tables, and everything that flies - except airplane...
 
 
 
Chopstick
Eating and Drinking in China
 
 
 
 
Tea Time A Health Drink Tea is a natural health drink comprised of vitamins, minerals, oils and fluoride. This composition...
 
 
 
Beijing opera Beijing Opera of China is a national treasure with a history of 200 years.
Chinese Paper Cuttings <ul><li>Paper cutting is one of the most popular decorative Chinese handicrafts. It is popular for ...
Gong fu
Gong fu
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Presentation about China prepared by You Di and Violet (China) - participants of social project "STOP AIDS" organized by AIESEC in Mariupol.

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  1. 1. Presentation from chinese interns for “STOP AIDS” project, AIESEC in Mariupol <ul><li>You Di Violet </li></ul>
  2. 3. Where is China?
  3. 5. History Festival Food Art Gong fu
  4. 6. Battles
  5. 7. Dynasty
  6. 8. Silk road <ul><li>stretching more than 7000 kilometers, brought China and Europe together. </li></ul>
  7. 9. <ul><li>The Tang Dynasty represented the splendor and brilliance of feudal China, and was the most open and advanced country in the world in its time. </li></ul>
  8. 10. Four Beauties in Chinese History <ul><li>1. Black hair; 2. Finely shaped black eyebrows 3. Large, bright and expressive eyes; 4. Red lips and white teeth. 5. Graceful fingers and arms. 6. Tiny feet </li></ul>
  9. 11. National flag The capital of China Chinese character
  10. 12. Festivals & customs
  11. 14. Spring festival
  12. 15. 12 animals of China
  13. 16. Famous animal
  14. 17. Customs of Chinese New Year
  15. 19. Chinese New Year Food <ul><li>Chinese Dumplings /jyaoww-dzrr/ </li></ul><ul><li>Spring Roll /chwnn jwen/ </li></ul><ul><li>Nian Gao (Glutinous Rice Cake) </li></ul><ul><li>Fish ,In Chinese, Fish sounds like &quot;save more&quot;. Chinese People always like save more money at the end of year because they think if they save more, they can make more in the next year. </li></ul>
  16. 20. Temple fair
  17. 22. Chinese New Year Greetings <ul><li>Phrases of Greeting Sayings </li></ul><ul><li>Common Greeting Sayings in Chinese New Year 新年快乐 (xīn niān kuài lè) Happy New Year! 恭喜發財 (gōng xǐ fā cái) happy and prosperous (It is always used as the phrase when one receiving gifts or luck money during Chinese New Year.) </li></ul><ul><li>Greeting sayings for health, work and business ,study, family </li></ul>
  18. 23. Tomb Sweeping Day
  19. 24. Tomb Sweeping Day Date : April 5, 2011
  20. 25. Dragon Boat Festival Dragon Boat Racing
  21. 26. Dragon Boat Festival Eating zongzi
  22. 27. Mid-Autumn Festival
  23. 28. Mid-Autumn Festival
  24. 29. Origin —— Chang E
  25. 30. ◇ 10 suns ◇ A strong archer —— Hou Yi ◇ Shoot down
  26. 31. KunLun Mountains
  27. 32. Western Queen Mother Hou Yi Elixir The Western Queen Mother rewarded Hou Yi with elixir and told him: If you and your wife share the elixir, you will both enjoy eternal life. But if only one of you takes it, that one will ascend to Heaven and become immortal
  28. 33. Chang E ate it on the 15 th day of the 8 th lunar month Hou Yi couldn’t bear to abandon his wife, so he gave the elixir to her to preserve.
  29. 34. As Chang E liked eating cakes, so every year at the middle of the 8 th lunar month, Hou Yi made some round cakes which looked like the moon to commemorate his wife.
  30. 35. Chinese food   &quot;The Chinese eat everything with four legs, except tables, and everything that flies - except airplanes&quot; . What are the staples and main food types of a nation who are willing to eat just about anything? Wild animals, snake, ants, you name it. I f they can find a tasty way to prepare it, the Chinese will eat it with gusto.
  31. 39. Chopstick
  32. 40. Eating and Drinking in China
  33. 45. Tea Time A Health Drink Tea is a natural health drink comprised of vitamins, minerals, oils and fluoride. This composition helps skin pallor and improves eyesight.
  34. 49. Beijing opera Beijing Opera of China is a national treasure with a history of 200 years.
  35. 50. Chinese Paper Cuttings <ul><li>Paper cutting is one of the most popular decorative Chinese handicrafts. It is popular for its low cost and artistry. Rural women often make paper cuttings in their spare time when farming is not busy.   </li></ul>
  36. 51. Gong fu
  37. 52. Gong fu

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