Today, there are many different nationalities and races in the world. Different races have different cultures, which leads to cultural differences. For example, in China, the dragon used to be a symbol of power, while in European countries, the emperor wore clothes with dragon patterns, and the Dragon represents evil.
This is what we call cultural differences. We should learn and understand cultural differences, because only in this way can we become more erudite and erudite. The Chinese are the descendants of the dragon, derived from ancient totems and legends, in the Yellow Emperor Before the Central Plains, the totem symbol of China was the bear after the unification of the tribes.
The Yellow Emperor decided to use a new totem form called dragon, which means that the head of the dragon and the body of a snake formed a dragon. In fact, the totem of the dragon is the combination of the patriarchal and maternal lines of the Yellow Emperor. The image of the Dragon shows the history of the Chinese nation and the unity of the Chinese people.
The image of Yu Shi dragon began to appear in many pictures, forming the characters that people can find. The dragon in the ancient Java remains and the dragon in the ancient pot pieces. Recently, archaeologists found two pieces of pottery fragments in Liaoning Province, one is the active dragon, the other is stagnant.
These images are very vivid, in which the scales of the dragon are very clear. Because the dragon has become the totem of the Chinese people, the Chinese nation and the dragon are inextricably linked. It is said that both the Emperor Yan and the Yao people were born because of the dragon.
If the ancestors of China were all born for the dragon, the Chinese people were the funerators of the dragon.
China has many years of written history. It is a history of splendid civilization and unique culture in a long span of centuries. While enjoying the beautiful scenery of the motherland, the ancestors of the Chinese nation have left countless precious wealth for future generations.
You will be surprised to see that its treasures come from the collection of the court and family, the archaeological discoveries that shocked the world, and the ancient literature Things. Visit the Chinese Museum, you will step into the long river of Chinese history, see the relics of the great oriental culture, and you will hear the echo of one of the oldest civilizations in the world.
① The people's Republic of China is a socialist country with its own characteristics, and China is a developing country. China is located in the east of Asia, with many neighboring countries in the north, northeast and northwest. Mongolia, Russia and North Korea are in the south, Vietnam and Laos are in the south, Thailand and the Philippines are in the West and southwest, India, Myanmar, Bhutan, Nepal and Pakistan are in the West and southwest, and Japan is in the East, facing China from the East.
China is a vast country. It covers an area of more than square kilometers and consists of provinces and autonomous regions. 2.
Beijing, located in North China, is its capital. The people's Republic of China is one of the largest countries in the world. Now it has more than 100 million people, accounting for one quarter of the world's population.
① territory ['terit + RI] n. ② Autonomous Region [&:'t & n + m + s'ri: DN + n] municipality directly under the central government [Mead: nicardia Municipality].