Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Copy of Introduction to Catholism in Chinese Culture

No description
by

Amy Huynh

on 19 December 2013

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Copy of Introduction to Catholism in Chinese Culture

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Katrina Chung
Culture Project-Chinese
Geography
Catholicism in China
Traditions
Politics
References
equatorial
sub-tropical
warm-temperate
temperate
cold-temperate
Chinatowns around the world
alpine
South(Han)
North(Han)


warm
wet
rice
paddy field
economy
culture
agriculture
boat
Ganlan-style
more vegetables
South Central China
East China
Northeast China
North China
Northwest China
Southwest China
cold
dry
wheat
dry land
military
politics
heavy industry
horse
firepit beds
more meat
ice scupltures
Yaodong
extremely cold
extremely dry
Tsampa
Butter tea
yak
Tibetan
Hui
Mongolian
huge temperature difference
desert
dry
camel
oasis farming
cold
dry
horse
grazing
tents
goat milk wine
high calorie foods
Chinatown
ethnic enclave
commercial tourism/working communties
Han Chinese culture
oldest one in Manila
Vancouver
London
Philadelphia
Tengger
635
Nestorianism
635, Tang Dynasty:


Emperor Wuzong
Third Disaster of Wu
affected by the event
eventually disappeared
845, Tang Dynasty
Emperor Gaozong
the country prosperous&open
introduced by Alopen to Chang'an
very popular
churches were built all over China
690-705, Tang Dynasty
Wu Zetian
prefers Buddhism over Nestorianism
retained by missionaries
Emperor Xuanzong
growth of Nestorianism
more missionaries from western countries
685, Tang Dynasty
Catholicism
Yuan Dynasty
religion freedom
Marco Polo,First encounter between Catholics&Chinese
John of Montecorvino
sent by Nicolas IV
first Catholic missionary to enter China
built monasteries&churches
Ming Dynasty
Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith
Catholicism wasn't welcomed in China
Fr. Matteo Ricci
influenced chancellors who became preachers
Three Pillars of Chinese Catholicism- Li Zhizao, Xu Guangqi&Yang Tingyun
Catholicism spread quickly
1650-almost all provinces had been introduced to Catholicism
Qing Dynasty
Luo Wenzao- first bishop in China
Catholicism appreciated by the government
Self Strengthening Movement
Catholic Scriptures and other literary works were translated
the Church established various schools, hospitals, orphanages, sanitariums, etc
encouraged scholars to become Catholics
brought western civilization into China
freed women from foot binding
Obstacles
Republic of China(Taiwan)
People's Republic of China
China on its way to modernization
the Church built more schools&universities than the government
was also involved in the newspaper&printing industry
over 50% of Chinese scholars were brought up by the Church
Vatican-China diplomatic relationship
communists took over China
Cultural Revolution
all religions banned
Catholics persecuted
destruction of schools&churches
Chinese economic reform
freedom of religion allowed
schools&charities were established again
Catholics still under government control
bow to the emperor
worship ancestors-Imperial Examination
845
Nestorianism
introduced
disappeared
Tang
Song
Five Dynasties/Ten Kingdoms
907
960
1271
618
1289
first missionary entered China
Yuan
1368
1601
1644
Ming
1911
Qing
Fr.Matteo Ricci
preached Catholicism
1861
Self-Strengthing Movement
1949
R.O.C
1673
first bishop in China
1946
first ambassador from Vatican
Catholicism
Modern Catholicism
P.R.O.C
1966
1978
Cultural Revolution
Chinese economic reform
Patron Saint
St.Joseph was made the patron saint of China by Pope Innocent XI in 1678.
was chosen because the Chinese valued the father over mother.
the Chinese also looked up to his diligence and other virtues.
though in some regions, Catholics are allowed to choose their patron saint(St.Joseph or the Virgin Mary) when they get baptized.(E.g. Shanghai)
Marian Apparitions and other miracles in China
2002-scientists discovered a 300 million-year- old rock in Guiyang that had a message hidden within: Chinese communists no more.
1900-A statue of Our Lady in Santai was seen weeping during the Boxer Rebellion.
Another apparation of Mary was also seen in DongLu while the Catholics were defending the Church.
1995-the Sun Miracle in Donglu, in which thousands of Catholics witnessed apparitions from the center of the sun.
Abstract Gou Gu(the meaning of Pythagoras Theorem)
Other Religions in China
Religions
Buddhism
Taoism
Confucianism
Four Books and Five Classics
most common religion in China
started as a belief system
now combined with other Chinese folk beliefs
established by Lao zi
believes all humans have the potential to become immortal
everything has two sides-constantly fighting and benefiting each other
humans should spiritually become one with nature
Buddha=the awakened one
originated from India
popular religion/belief system in China
Shaolin Monastery
central beliefs:
life is suffering
suffering is caused by greed,craving and hatred
we can attain happiness by overcoming those vices
the Noble 8-fold Path leads to the end of suffering
Festivals
Buddha's Birthday
Ghost Festival
the Chinese Halloween
July 15th on the lunar calendar
traces back to the story of Maudgalyāyana
both the underworld and the human world realm is open
the deceased visits the living
people prepare offerings for their ancestors&other spirits
taboos such as no whistling/swimming/umbrellas
water lanterns to lead the dead to enjoy their offerings
Chang-gu to drive away spirits
believes in the cycle of rebirth
April 8th on the lunar calendar
legend was that nine dragons bathed the buddha when he was born
"I alone am uniquely honored"
buddhists use water to bath the buddha statue and themselves on his birthday
Tao Te Ching
written around the 6th century BC by Lao zi
both philosophical and religious
consists of the basic beliefs of Taoism
Holy days
There used to be no holy days in Lao zi's Taoism
now there are many in the modernized Taoism
most of them celebrate the birthdays of their gods'
the most important is the Jade Emperor's birthday
Taoists give offerings to the gods, burn incense and ask for good luck
More of a philosophy than a religion
no identifying symbols
founded by Confucius, greatest teacher in Chinese history
no spiritual beings
no teachings about the afterlife
believes all humans are good&kind in nature
values morality: Treat others as you wish to be treated
believes mainly in the importance of education
the most common philosophy in China of all times
Lotus Sutra-basic
Avatamsaka Sutra-universe
Heart Sutra-wisdom
Diamond Sutra-overcoming obstacles
Mahayana sutras:
Teacher's day is the only special day for Confucianists.
Students honor Confucius by respecting their teachers on September 8th.
The Chinese people have their daily activities based on the 24 solar terms.
Major cultural celebrations
Chinese New Year
Qingming
Dragon boat Festival
Qixi Festival
Moon Festival
lasts from December 8th to January 15th
New year's Eve/New year's Day are the most important part of the celebration
families enjoy a big dinner together and stay up til midnight
children ask grown-ups for money(red envelope)
people put up New Year scroll or portraits of door spirits on their doors
set off a massive amount of firecrackers
clean their houses thoroughly
May 5th
originated from the story of Chu-yuan
People hold Dragon boat competitions
make&eat rice dumplings
wear sachets
decorate houses with wormwood
children try to make eggs stand
April 4-6th
both a holiday and a solar term
originated from the story of the Duke Wen of Jin&Jie Zhitui
people visit&clean the graves of their ancestors
don't use fire to cook;eat only cold foods
play a variety of sports
everything is preferably green
July 7th
the Chinese Valentine's Day
legend of the princess and the cowherd
coin, needle and jujube=wealth, handiness and marriage
girls compete making small decorations
lovers get together
people confess to their crush
August 15th
story of Chang'e the moon goddess
people have a outdoor picnic with their family at night
sit and look at the moon
eat moon cakes&pomelos
Big Life Events
6-first year of school
12-junior high school
18-driver's license+being able to vote+NCEE
40-full grown-up
60-retirement
Best leaders
Worst leaders
Li Shimin
Emperor Taizong of Tang
with his father overthrew the corrupted Sui Dynasty
captured remaining Sui states and unified China
defeated his brother to become emperor
famous for his Reign of Zhenguan-the golden age of Chinese history
humble&listened to others' suggestion
Because of him, Hans are also called the "Tang people"
Sun Yat-sen
first Provisional president of R.O.C.
respected by both the ROC&PROC
Father of the Nation
Forerunner of democratic revolution
lead 10 revolutions without success
spiritual leader of the Double Ten Revolution
overthrew the Qing Dynasty& ended the Hans' colonization
developed the Three Principles of the People: nationalism, democracy&socialism
founder of the KMT(Chinese Nationalist Party)
established the Constitution of the Republic of China
Lu Gui
King Je of Xia
One of the three worst kings in Chinese history
genius and a skilled fighter
used his talents in the wrong way
extremely arrogant ,ignorant&self-centered
obsessed with women, wine and luxurious entertainment
treated everyone under his rule as animals rather than humans
while his people were poor but stll had to pay high taxes
even the chancellors abandoned him
eventually overthrown&captured by the Shan army
the people celebrated his death
Mao Zedong
Founder&first chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China
extreme Marxist
led two nationwide political campaigns that both ended as a failure: Cultural Revolution&Great Leap Forward
his policies were responsible for the death of approximately 40~70 million Chinese people
opposes everything besides Maoism and Communism
made himself a godly figure to his followers
charisma attracted a massive group of teenagers that became the Red Guards
is believed to have caused the moral fall of the Hans race under his reign
many still see him as a national hero
Difficulties facing the Chinese people
Lack of freedom:
freedom of speech
Uneven economic growth
communism or capitalism?
gap between wealth and poverty increasing
government subsidies not enough
Environmental pollution
salinization
strict censorship
freedom of association
air&water pollution
shrinking lakes
desertification
Food
The Chinese perfectly demonstrates the saying "Bread is the staff of life."
Their enthusiasm for food made Chinese food one of the three greatest cuisines in the world.
In fact, they can turn almost any living creature into a meal.
Food has always been a major part of their culture.
While most people could distinguish around 60 kinds of flavor, the Chinese could distinguish up to 140.
The Chinese eat a lot of things that seem odd to others.
However, they also find several foreign foods weird.
It is common for the Chinese to eat out in cities, but eat at home in rural areas.
Traditional families eat together at home.
The mother usually deals with food preparation.
Basic preparation
Utensil
Fire
Ingredients
Flavorings
A standard meal consists of rice, three courses&one soup.
the main course is usually meat
rice=the staple food in Southern China
in the north people replace rice with noodles or Chinese pancakes.
Size of country + varying weather = huge regional difference
as a result, there is no national dish of China.
instead there are eight culinary traditions of Chinese cuisine.
each has its own representing dishes.
Lu(Shandong)
spicy&uses a lot of green onions
Chuan(Szechuan)
Thick sauce&very spicy
Su(Changsu&Huaiyang)
fresh&light&sweet
keeps the food's original flavor
mostly soups
Zhe(Zhejiang)
creamy&sweet&colorful
uses a lot of seafood
Yue(Hong Kong&Guangdong)
flavorful&colorful
mostly stir-fried
dim sum
uses wild animal meat
Xiang(Hunan)
greasy&spicy
lots of meat
Min(Fujian)
fresh&light&mild
known for fragrance
Hui(Huizhou)
greasy&flavorful
mostly roasted&boiled
• Geology.com, World Map, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://geology.com/world/world-map.gif
• Moving People Changing Places, Chinatowns, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.movingpeoplechangingplaces.org/uploads/images/Chinatowns.jpg
• Energy Foundation, Climate zones for Chinese building codes, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.eoearth.org/files/113401_113500/113402/300px-Fig5.6climate_zones_chinese_bldg_codes.jpg
• Chinese Foreigner Guide, Great Regions, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.cfguide.com/map/chinamap/regions_of_china_svg.png
• Mehlführer, Chinatown street / Bay Bridge, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.vancouver-chinatown.info/photos/chinatown-3.jpg
• Andersen, Chinese Friendship Gate (China Gate), Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f0/China_Gate%2C_Philadelphia.jpg/600px-China_Gate%2C_Philadelphia.jpg
Spalt,London: Chinatown with Chinese New Year decoration,Retrieved on Oct.6.1012,http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b2/Chinatown_london.jpg/800px-Chinatown_london.jpg
Li Wang Tao, Tengger, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012,http://www.easytourchina.com/images/Photo/tengger-
• Newsphoto, Farmers Busy Picking Cotton, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://images.china.cn/images1/200709/405906.jpg
• Nipic, Oasis, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://pic2.nipic.com/20090416/1412106_051159008_2.jpg

• chinanews.com, melons, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://pic.pimg.tw/muskmelon/4bc71ee457cb6.jpg
Wkrzzj,photo of Tibet, retrieved Oct.6.2012,http://en.tibet328.cn/02/06/201111/W020111109487252501449.jpg
Jiang Wuo, Namtso Laket, retrieved Oct.6.2012,http://eng.tibet.cn/2010ly/lyxts/201105/W020110527528890899433.jpg
CITCF, Tsam Pa, retrieved on Oct.6.2012, http://123.196.117.86:82/gate/big5/img.3608.com/UpFiles/Food/2007/8/31/20070831130935115.jpg
anonymous, Tibetans, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://songshuhui.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/tibet_thumb.jpg
Jarvis, Yak near the sacred Yundrok Yumtso Lake, Tibet. , retrieved Oct.6.2012, /3/3a/Bos_grunniens_at_Yundrok_Yumtso_Lake.jpg/220px-Bos_grunniens_at_Yundrok_Yumtso_Lake.jpg
Hen Fung Zi, Eastern Venice, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://e.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=2d387c513bc79f3d8be1e3328aa0cdbc/d01373f082025aaf400a4765fbedab64034f1a67.jpg
Hen Fung Zi, Watery fields, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://b.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=16c9fae3b48f8c54e7d3c22d0a282dee/71cf3bc79f3df8dc6898b39ccd11728b47102811.jpg
Hen Fung Zi, GangNam Buildings, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/pic/item/70c6e950352ac65c942bc0fafbf2b21192138aca.jpg
Hen Fung Zi, Boats in GangNam, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/pic/item/aabf9925bc315c6075a94f658db1cb1349547738.jpg
ImageWA.com, Rice.jpg, http://ImageWa.com/images/LRD_blogpost/white-rice.jpg
shaowu425, Gangnam Beauties, retrieved Oct.6.2012,http://pic1a.nipic.com/2008-08-08/200888114043215_2.jpg
Haodou.com, Mongolian BBQ, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRJLPHTsyILgVmoAzu-fs94WDGcQcPHWBwJIuVX5VAdTE3-3hPr7wkkoQ3keA
Wang Lu AAA Newbie,tents, retrieved Oct.7.2012, http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/pic/item/3bf33a87e950352af3a93a8c5343fbf2b3118b6d.jpg
Bei Ying, horses, retrieved Oct.7.2012, http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/pic/item/b21bb051f8198618a2baa2004aed2e738ad4e6b1.jpg
Zeng Guo, Goat Milk Wine, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://pic.pimg.tw/g7222151/1190192772.jpg
Star de Fairy, Dalian, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/pic/item/bba1cd11728b47107914cf67c3cec3fdfc032365.jpg
Star de Fairy, wheat fields, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/pic/item/bba1cd11728344838214cf3467c3cec3fdfc032365.jpg
Willis, firepit bed, retrieved Oct.6.2012,http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_04jp7mA8Q1w/TRoa5baQK7I/AAAAAAAAAek/gD5RHOQxDMU/s1600/P1110368.JPG
Lu Wuo, Halbing, retrieved Oct.6.2012, http://img.51766.com/wuhcits/1228273196285.jpg
Masa, greenonion016, retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://8.blog.xuite.net/8/f/9/c/14319473/blog_516559/txt/13610037/6.jpg
Budge, Nestorianism (Jingjiao), retrieved Oct 6.2012, http://history.cultural-china.com/chinaWH/upload/upfiles/2009-03/31/nestorianism_jingjiaoa066b2911c6f52ed2790.jpg
Liao, Hsu Shi Pao Ian, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://history.cultural-china.com/chinaWH/upload/upfiles/2009-03/31/nestorianism_jingjiaoa066b2911c6f52ed2790.jpg
TuPian, missionary, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://a2.att.hudong.com/78/77/01300000244525125906777256750.jpg
Liao, Three Pillars, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, hhttp://forestlife.info/Photo/252/21.jpg
Timeline: Marco Polo’s Journey, the Polo family,retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://www.wliw.org/marcopolo/wp-content/blogs.dir/26/files/2008/10/marco_polo_traveling-150x150.jpg
John of Montecorvino, Beato Giovanni da Montecorvin, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d4/Beato_Giovanni_da_Montecorvino.jpg/220px-Beato_Giovanni_da_Montecorvino.jpg
Boxer Rebellion breaks out in northern China, self-strengthening movement ,retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://www.xtimeline.com/__UserPic_Large/8423/ELT200805030106273861148.JPG
Clee7903a, destroyed Old Summer Palace ,retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/55/Old_Summer_Palace_1.jpg/800px-Old_Summer_Palace_1.jpg


Baycrest,Tonkin Street West near Sham Mong Road, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/03/Tonkin_Street_West.jpg/800px-Tonkin_Street_West.jpg


Ebao, Ying Wa, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://www.ebaomonthly.com/ebao/e0905/Milne_6_ChineseCollege.jpg
gatogus, foot binding01, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m9p1ox0geR1qhpzxgo1_400.jpg
gatogus, foot binding02, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m87vq7Ixal1qbyeqlo1_400.jpg
the-ruff-and-bustle, foot binding03, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m89g4sH4KZ1ruf0xoo1_400.jpg
Gui, St.John's College, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://big5.xjass.com/mzwh/images/attachement/jpg/site2/20081222/00140b3f45ac0ab9aba201.jpg
Chen Zong Ching, newspaper article, retrieved Oct 6, 2012http://www.ocbf.ca/2007/cc/03_religions/christian/img/87e.jpg
oliver6013, Cultural Revolution poster, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://pic.pimg.tw/oliver6013/492128ccc77a2.jpg
oliver6013, Cultural Revolution poster, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://pic.pimg.tw/oliver6013/49212cc6bafc7.jpg
dieharmoniederwelt, Church, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://woue5w.blu.livefilestore.com/y1pwSCsnf-Ki0QPuZ2xJbPV0uK65modOlFNq3OrSJwoMCezlXy3yzJI3V-aapMe0SXPLt-GPIP3FhvHa8LCQwaJxTr8H0K7mGgi/%E5%85%AD%E5%86%B2%E5%85%B3%E6%95%99%E5%A0%82%E7%9A%84%E4%B8%80%E5%A4%84%E9%81%97%E5%9D%80.JPG
The Miraculous Stairs of St. Joseph, St.Joseph, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.wjpbr.com/joseph5.jpg
SammiG, Our Lady of Naju, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://api.ning.com/files/6GKegYtF-8bA4-Gl5xt4pLwJhiPsLtCekfSVclSs8vb60rop1rq7L0JfQKYN1x0GzThDJGVX-*M7VtrSVbOmiGPUscnBHUSX/m4.jpg
Luo, Chinese Communists no more, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://renminbao.com/rmb/article_images/2008-4-6-zggcdw01.jpg
buddhablends,statuebuddha,retrieved Oct 6.2012,http://www.buddhablends.com/images/gautam_buddha_in_meditation.gif
Shaolin Temple, Shaolin Temple,retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://www.shaolinsilvyou.cn/up_files/shaolinsi_wushubiaoyan.jpg
Zhang Le, Shaolin Temple,retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://jyex.chinesegamer.net/images/jy1/1-3/s_7.jpg
Zhang Le, Shaolin Temple,retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://www.zh5000.com/ZHJD/fo/dxbd/shaolinsi.jpg
Zhang Le, Shaolin Temple,retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://image2.sina.com.cn/gm/rj/csdt/build_dali0522_16.jpg
Bahman Farzad, lotus, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.flickr.com/photos/21644167@N04/2267600503/
DC,Tai Zhi,retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-BmuSgmk3y5s/UCfPtPRw2iI/AAAAAAAAAaQ/vi-GySzWh8o/s1600/%E5%A4%AA%E6%A5%B5%E5%9C%96.jpg
Zhi Din Shang, buddha,,, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://lilac120.mysinablog.com/resserver.php?blogId=43293&resource=1981064-3675781720864810770.jpg&mode=medium
cnsphoto, buddha's birthday, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://big5.huaxia.com/uniwaysimages/200604/yy101330513.jpg
Zhao, buddha's birthday, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://www.guiping.gov.cn/upload/2009_09/%E8%A5%BF%E5%B1%B1%E6%B5%B4%E4%BD%9B%E8%8A%82.JPG
Zong Uan, Water-Lantern.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00UCVtkZRoCiqF/Water-Lantern.jpg
Zong Uan, Changgu.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://tiscsvr.tbroc.gov.tw/photo/135/004/135-004645.jpg
Zong Uan, offerings.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://v1c.im.tv/beta/2012/08/ART1208181117-47571-Icon.jpg
Wu Liang, Laozi.jpg, retrieved Oct 6.2012, http://m1.aboluowang.com/life/data/uploadfile/200903/2009031911205014.jpg
Wu Liang, Taotejing.jpg, retrieved Oct 6.2012, http://a1.att.hudong.com/52/09/19300000421423134180094321704.jpg
Zho, Daoshi.jpg, retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://pic1.hebei.com.cn/0/10/58/19/10581939_806598.jpg
Zho,01300000012339118882284610641_s.jpg, retrieved Oct 6,2012, http://a1.att.hudong.com/41/22/01300000012339118882284610641_s.jpg
Bodhipaksa, incense.jpg,retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://www.wildmind.org/images/incense.jpg
Bodhipaksa, 135-000089.jpg,retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://tiscsvr.tbroc.gov.tw/photo/135/000/135-000089.jpg
Black, 013000001906391226698623401281.jpg, retrieved Oct 7, 2012, http://hihistory.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/013000001906391226698623401281.jpg
Chinese Economy, W020080605485018818485.jpg, http://cathay.ce.cn/person/200806/05/W020080605485018818485.jpg
Taobao,T1OdpjXoUYqdNgof6a_121142.jpg, http://image.taobao.com/bao/uploaded/http://img08.taobaocdn.com/bao/uploaded/i8/T1OdpjXoUYqdNgof6a_121142.jpg
Chinese Economy, W020060410295912741012.jpg, http://www.stnn.cc:82/culture/review/W020060410295912741012.jpg
HK astronomy, image003c.gif, retrieved Oct 6, 2012,http://www.hko.gov.hk/gts/time/calendarinfoimages/image003c.gif
Chinese Traditional Festivals, chunjie01.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/images/chunjie01.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, F200802050942551010469742.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://pic.people.com.cn/mediafile/200802/05/F200802050942551010469742.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals,chunjie02.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/images/chunjie02.jpg
Butterfly,118dc872e73.jpg retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://121.img.pp.sohu.com/images/2008/2/22/9/20/118dc872e73.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals,Niangao.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://img.blog.163.com/photo/c-TsZnw0XCRzIIsabMTcnQ==/4585227370617125796.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, qingming, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/images/qingming01.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, tsaogao, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.czwmw.cn/media/photo/10060302.JPG
Chinese Traditional Festivals, chingtuan, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://meishi.enjoyoung.cn/images/assets//Image/articles%20photo/20110411%E7%BB%BF%E8%89%B2%E9%9D%92%E5%9B%A2.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, zhongqiu, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/images/zhongqiu01.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, hiiirblog20090915_0.jpg, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, hhttp://demo.hiiir.com/hiiirblog20090915_0.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, moon, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://link.photo.pchome.com.tw/s08/m0953316592/2/125541130338/
Chinese Traditional Festivals, pomelo02, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/7875/3or3.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, pomelo01, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://news.xinhuanet.com/food/2008-11/06/xinsrc_392110506092028174543.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, Chang'e, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://immortale-parlo.wikispaces.com/file/view/%E4%B8%AD%E7%A7%8B%E5%AB%A6%E5%A8%A527.jpg/91742271/%E4%B8%AD%E7%A7%8B%E5%AB%A6%E5%A8%A527.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, dumplings, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRXdTtyduzoLpRRTuI1tK7mK8SMkVcde42TB229FXyooxevEFgycKgT8yQ_
Chinese Traditional Festivals, the princess and the cowherd01, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.cchfound.cn/upload/201005/1aedf50158efcf1dad756d8c6449b590.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, the princess and the cowherd02, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://lady.yoho.hk/uploadfile/04/uploadfile/200908/20090825114531869.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, duanwu01, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/images/duanwu01.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, duanwu02, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/images/duanwu02.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, duanwu03, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://static.flickr.com/55/160625690_cd93d2cf52_o.jpg
Chinese Traditional Festivals, duanwu04, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://www.ydzyy.com/UploadFile/201142710747995.jpg
Taiwanese Festivals, red envelope, retrieved Oct 6, 2012, http://images.epochtw.com/20090117/a2-3.jpg
Historyweb, Je of Xia, retrieved Oct 8.2012,http://www.confucianism.com.cn/WebEditor/UploadFile/20109214319317.jpg
Zhang Zhenshi, Portrait of Mao Zedong at Tiananmen Gate, retrieved Oct 8.2012,http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e8/Mao_Zedong_portrait.jpg/453px-Mao_Zedong_portrait.jpg
Sun Zongshan Memorial, Sun Zongshan, retrieved Oct 8.2012,http://taohualand.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/9/0/10902430/5370387_orig.jpg
Historyweb, Li Shimin, retrieved Oct 8.2012,http://www.sznews.com/culture/images/attachement/jpg/site3/20080730/001e4f9d775909fa4eb901.jpg
Chinanews, tiananmen, retrieved Ovt 8, 2012,http://news.china.com/zh_cn/history/all/11025807/20070730/images/14248504_393719.jpg
Chinanews, tiananmen, retrieved Ovt 8, 2012,http://archive.wenming.cn/wmdjr/2009-08/17/xin_17308063109330151329815.jpg
Schwartz, China Censorship via Google Images , retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://www.seroundtable.com/archives/060131-china.gif
Schwartz, Internet Censorship in China , retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://www.mtholyoke.edu/~khour22h/classweb/images/yentocensor-x.gif
Cox&Forkum, China censorship, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://images.intomobile.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/china-censorship.gif
ifeng,tiananmen, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSkE2LA5XqS-eycZ-ZS-uolH5B3zacFPqb9tr6G7j6bjpRdjWVJ8nueZfIV
ifeng,tiananmen, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://img.ifeng.com/res/200803/0319_344675.jpg
Dulwich College Shanghai, college01,retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://www.aoehome.com/cache/fck/building.jpg
Dulwich College Shanghai, college02,retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://c214206.r6.cf3.rackcdn.com/files/profiles/730/header/295x362/41766_indoor-main-staircase.jpg
Dulwich College Shanghai, college02,retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://ww1.math.nus.edu.sg/dept%20foto/Outreach/Visit%20by%20Shanghai%20Delegation%20-030806.jpg
Richardo De Mattos Photography, poor tibetan school, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://www.ricardodemattos.com/images/Tibet_school_everest_children.jpg
Noren, Champagne Glass Distribution of Wealth, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://thesocietypages.org/graphicsociology/files/2009/05/conley_champagne_distribution.png
GreenerChina, Lake Dontin, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://node.cjw.com.cn/index/river/images/hupo-hh.jpg
GreenerChina, Land salinization, retrieved Oct 8,2012, http://a3.att.hudong.com/75/82/01000000000000119088251878475_s.jpg
GreenerChina, Lake Dontin, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.fotocn.org/photo/tangdesheng/2009-6-26/12925/12925_h.jpg
Nipic, desertification, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://pic2.nipic.com/20090423/2401886_093449085_2.jpg
NewsShanghai, air pollution01, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://dfdaily.eastday.com/d/20101130/images/00208853.jpg
NewsShanghai, air pollution02, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQYH5xTFWOzJASIBCJYhrlSArr3haokrz9kwSaRn-urkeMs6pFa9CIxJqwH
Kl688,chihuo,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://i1.kl688.com/kl688File/2012-3/2012032209215133825.jpg
ZZ
ZZ-Shi, bread is the staff of life, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRwiN9INH8TWjbq2imcG3r90x3k6K_exDLWu8fyPewEsWN6fYlGNyzl000K
Cute Animal Pics, donkey001, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://anmychen.sky-fox.net/phpcms/uploadfile/article/uploadfile/201204/20120410082611405.jpg
Cute Animal Pics, mice, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://www.bioon.com/biology/UploadFiles/201112/2011121014185075.jpg
Cute Animal Pics, mice, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://pica.nipic.com/2008-02-22/2008222225935867_2.jpg
Fancai.web, seafood soup, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRQMo1Xha-_Dk7wVKayt8IXBo2pjyXFRaFlDHW9Mp9Nt25TJviofI-SWSHWJQ
Mastiko, turkish cuisine, retriieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.themyec.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/turkish-cuisine.jpg
Yaniga, French food, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.personal.psu.edu/srh122/French_food.jpg
Agrawal, chinese food, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_uqBx13aymCE/TEhCi3VE01I/AAAAAAAADOc/-6tof552KTY/s1600/chinesefood1.jpg
Na sho bin, worms, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://images.img123.net/pic/40/570.jpg
Na sho bin, chicken feet, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.hiqc.com.tw/life.images/5004.jpg
Na sho bin, scorpions, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.bbker.com/img2/F462115878.jpg
Na sho bin, crickets, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://image163-c.poco.cn/mypoco/myphoto/20101213/21/38805502201012132127163686721639904_004_640.jpg
viviyu, rice cake, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2440/3561613707_31da5275fb.jpg?v=0
eydwaj34, Shenyang restaurant, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.homeline.net.cn/photo/2012726145340966.jpg
Hong Rong, stinkt tofu, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://food.tw.tranews.com/images/Info/A400024000001_1_1.jpg
TSCtv.net, thousand year egg, retrieved Oct 8, http://info.cnhubei.com/attachments/2011/07/613385_2011070808385614CQQ.jpg
Chung'i, pig liver, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRt3NkdGN92Kte-U4k3SoYNWbKGlSBGAdFLIS3N_toNJojSCB8E-rtaeFpegg
Simply in Season, broccoli, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.worldcommunitycookbook.org/season/guide/photos/broccoli.jpg
Tapia, blue cheese, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://thumbs.ifood.tv/files/images/editor/images/Danish%20blue%20cheese.jpg
Allen, colorful cake, retrieved Ovt 8, 2012,http://allendesigns.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341c75d353ef011571d980b1970b-800wi
Sweet, almond flavored, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://062206788.tw.tranews.com/images/Info/Y011921000001_9_1.jpg
Anthony
Anthony, eating together, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n194/anthony910096/08fall/ryusei2-3.jpg?t=1225010622
Cast net, untitled, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://castnet.nctu.edu.tw/files/user/NCTU_9854012/20120311033315.jpg
Eat healthy, cooking mom, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://sns.people.com.cn/uploads/figureCaptions/Image/e5/a5/bd/e88491e5ad90e5928ce78382e7ac94e5a4b4/1326258805443.jpg
Taobao, spatula, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.taobao.com/typo3temp/pics/80c306b0eb.jpg
Taobao, spoon, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.taobao.com/typo3temp/pics/832c3023468ac.jpg
Taobao, frying pan, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://taobao.com/~prod/M02253400_big.jpg?pimg=static&P=1312559113
harlemyin, chopping board, retrieved Ovt 8, 2012,http://www.blogcdn.com/cn.engadget.com/media/2009/01/rs1.jpg
kingceramic, knife, retrieved Oct 8, 2012, http://img.diytrade.com/cdimg/817723/7253350/0/1231576589.jpg
Nipic, rice, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://pica.nipic.com/2008-03-27/2008327952781_2.jpg
Glulu, noodles, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.glulu.com/UploadFile/%E9%9D%A2%E6%9D%A1500x375--23246683.jpg
Yikuo, freshvegetables, retrieved Oct 8,2012, http://yikuo.enjoyoung.cn/images/assets//Image/articles%20photo/20100408%E8%94%AC%E8%8F%9C.jpg
MIC, rice noodle in Guilin, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://image.cn.made-in-china.com/2f0j01qCtQEaDsuzuS/%E6%A1%82%E6%9E%97%E5%B9%B2%E7%B1%B3%E7%B2%89.jpg
ivsky, seafood05,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://img.ivsky.com/img/tupian/img/201009/08/seafood-002.jpg
anonymous, Food Meat, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.wikilib.com/images/thumb/a/ae/FoodMeat.jpg/400px-FoodMeat.jpg
YYeat, cooking fire, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://img.ea3w.com/191_500x375/190175.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,retrieved Oct 8, 2012, salt,http://health.gznet.com/files/Content/27-476591-shiyan.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,chili pepper, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://super-child.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/hjs.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,sesame oil,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://img.store.pchome.com.tw/~prod/M00576889/004.jpg?P=1168062741
Flavorings_baidubaike,oyster sauce,retrieved Oct 8,2012, http://a0.att.hudong.com/19/35/01100000000002116823518204019.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,chili pepper,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://image2.cz001.com.cn/upimg/allimg/20090223/1110220.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,wine,retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://www.e658.cn//Space/15290075000287339/201209/2012091020202995.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,vinegar,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://blog.51.ca/u-120102/files/2009/02/52f6ab1b3a9cc817abf647438ee22fcd.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,ginger,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://pic.big5.anhuinews.com/0/01/64/16/1641684_713321.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,celery stick,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://pic.dbw.cn/0/02/54/61/2546155_566605.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,green onion, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://news.xinhuanet.com/food/2007-04/19/xinsrc_0120404190939000106338.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,soy sauce,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.japan-i.jp/cht/whatsjapan/food/d8jk7l0000003cw2-img/d8jk7l0000003cwo.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,sesame,retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://a2.att.hudong.com/32/41/01300000145863121024413197370_s.jpg
Flavorings_baidubaike,oil,http://www.huashengren.com/images/pictures/peanuts/1284091897-5461550554.jpg
Camiliao, dinner, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://camiliao.blogspot/normal_4943581b76f07.jpg
shnanyu7,chicken soup with mushrooms, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://cdn3.icook.tw/uploads/picture/data/3435/large_59e788a2f4853f39.jpg
Aretnkk34, fish, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://www.lunan.tv/liv_loadfile/folder9/folder206/fold1/1275546314_80633200.jpg
Ezbox, Chinese pancakes, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://www.ezbox.com.tw/vcico/ezfiles/ezbox/img/pictures/m/MOCHI1001_L_%B4I%B6%B6%BC%D3-%B8U%AEv%B3%C5-0719-1.jpg
Dacai, BBQ with green onion, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://blogsina.com.cn/dacai/757a6f5bhc30c094b8bea&690
Lu_baidubaike, boiled pork, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://e.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=81372a0ab2b7d0a27fc9039ffbef760d/35a85edf8db1cb1365577aabdd54564e92584b4f.jpg
Dacai, BBQ with green onion, retrieved Oct 8, 2012,http://blogsina.com.cn/dacai/757a6f5bhc30c094b8bea&690
Lu_baidubaike, Braised Intestines in Brown Sauce, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://b.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=6b472848c895d143de76e32143f18296/9f2f070828381f30c0c449e2a9014c086f06f098.jpg
Lu_baidubaike, carp, retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://e.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=846e26a50cf3d7ca08f63874c21ebe3c/ac345982b2b7d0a210b86506cbef76094b369a33.jpg
Su_baidubaike,sweet ham soup,retrieved Oct 8,http://g.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=09705e7aad345982c18ae2903cf5310b/bd315c6034a85edf131c342d49540923dd547528.jpg
Su_baidubaike,lion head,retrieved Oct 8,http://c.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=d1c6fd824b36acaf5de091fe4cd88d03/dc54564e9258d109a9f71709d158ccbf6c814d70.jpg
Su_baidubaike,chicken soup with tofu noodle,retrieved Oct 8,http://f.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=d7965e3a918fa0ec7bc7630f1697594a/b7003af33a87e950806c6f6510385343fbf2b444.jpg
Su_baidubaike,Stewed turtle,retrieved Oct 8,http://c.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=3b45dfad59ee3d6d26c680c973176d41/c75c10385343fbf2d8696a29b07eca8065388f77.jpg
Hui_baidubaike,Huangshan stewed pigeon,retrieved Oct 8,http://a.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=2c77a49a349b033b2888fbd825cf3620/37d12f2eb9389b50b79f59cc8535e5dde6116ec8.jpg
Hui_baidubaike,Ham turtle stew,retrieved Oct 8,http://a.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=466834860a7b020808c938e352d9f25f/d8f9d72a6059252dfc440127349b033b5bb5b945.jpg
Hui_baidubaike,Stewed civet cats,retrieved Oct 8,http://h.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=3ccb04ee62d9f2d3241123ed99ec8a53/d52a2834349b033b1c8ac7d515ce36d3d539bdba.jpg
Hui_baidubaike,Marinated mandarin fish,retrieved Oct 8,http://d.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=33e53e622df5e0feea188e036c6134e5/bba1cd11728b47107ae8ccb7c3cec3fdfd032381.jpg
MIn_baidubaike,Seven Star fish ballss,retrieved Oct 8,http://h.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=890174583a87e9504617f46e2039531b/91ef76c6a7efce1ba217b351af51f3deb48f6568.jpg
Min_baidubaike,Fotiaoqiang,retrieved Oct 8,http://h.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=f6eae32cb31bb0518b24b42a067bda77/b3fb43166d224f4a7f399c1d09f790529822d118.jpg
Min_baidubaike,conch,retrieved Oct 8,http://c.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=b749cfbe9925bc312f5d069a6ede8de7/738b4710b912c8fc5972ecbdfc039245d6882138.jpg
Min_baidubaike,crab meat cake,retrieved Oct 8,http://pic6.nipic.com/20100412/1794333_114608450448_2.jpg
Yue_baidubaike,braised snake,retrieved Oct 8,http://www.fancai.com/Images/Articles//20100126195654030507.jpg
Yue_baidubaike,Yue cuisine,retrieved Oct 8,http://f.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=302ceea93901213fcb3349de64e736f8/cdbf6c81800a19d801025e7533fa828ba61e46b9.jpg
Yue_baidubaike,shrimp dumplings,retrieved Oct 8,http://f.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=521b168ab899a9013f355c342d940a58/0d338744ebf81a4c1c242657d72a6059252da61e.jpg
Yue_baidubaike,Yue cuisine,retrieved Oct 8,http://f.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=fde23e40baa1cd1101b675228912c8b0/a50f4bfbfbedab64067197b0f736afc379311eba.jpg
Yue_baidubaike,Chestnut cake,retrieved Oct 8,http://g.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=57896e3e213fb80e08d166d506d02ffb/6d81800a19d8bc3ee75564c5828ba61ea8d3455b.jpg
Xiang_baidubaike,Xiang cuisine,retrieved Oct 8,http://f.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=4ca01c0d5982b2b7a39f3ec601accb0a/5d6034a85edf8db126f7f86d0923dd54574e74da.jpg
Xiang_baidubaike,Junshan Yinzhen chicken pieces,retrieved Oct 8,http://hunan.bookinge.com/UploadFiles_8957/201001/20100129182805114.jpg
Xiang_baidubaike,shark fin soup,retrieved Oct 8,http://b.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=4a02a765d40735fa95f049bbae510f9f/dbb44aed2e738bd45206b74fa18b87d6277ff9ad.jpg
Xiang_baidubaike,Xiang cuisine,retrieved Oct 8,http://e.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=7662b8430cd79123e4e093769d355917/3b292df5e0fe992500d3811b34a85edf8cb1719a.jpg
Zhe_baidubaike,Longjing Shrimp,retrieved Oct 8,http://b.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=172bf6ebad6eddc422e7b3f909dab6a2/b8014a90f603738db0a8d42cb31bb051f919ecda.jpg
Zhe_baidubaike,West Lake Fish in Vinegar Gravy,retrieved Oct 8,http://c.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=d0a64537b3de9c82a265fe8d5c8080d2/d31b0ef41bd5ad6e9f3ac5e481cb39dbb7fd3cf8.jpg
Zhe_baidubaike,pickled Yellow-fin tuna soup ,retrieved Oct 8,http://f.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=886156beaf51f3dec7b2be66a4eff0ec/6609c93d70cf3bc78a4a5398d100baa1cd112a7f.jpg
Zhe_baidubaike,pork,retrieved Oct 8,http://e.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=d8a7207debf81a4c2232ebcbe72b6029/a2cc7cd98d1001e9ed958606b80e7bec54e7970a.jpg
Chuan_baidubaike,Fuqifeipian,retrieved Oct 8,http://h.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=955a50eca40f4bfb88d09956334e788f/4d086e061d950a7b155071b70ad162d9f2d3c95f.jpg
Chuan_baidubaike,spicy beef,retrieved Oct 8,http://g.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=b66710d49f3df8dca23d8893fd1072bf/72f082025aafa40f8d53d0feab64034f78f0197f.jpg
Chuan_baidubaike,Mapo Tofu,retrieved Oct 8,http://a.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=3d414e76912397ddd2799f066983b216/2cf5e0fe9925bc31041976095edf8db1ca1370de.jpg
Chuan_baidubaike,flavored pork with eggplant,retrieved Oct 8,http://c.hiphotos.baidu.com/baike/s%3D220/sign=2d0b290b462309f7e36faa10420f0c39/64380cd7912397ddc305a49b5982b2b7d0a28734.jpg
•Aboluowang, A Chinese Life, Retrieved on Oct.7,2012, http://tw.aboluowang.com/life/2012/1002/-60222.html
•Announcer, Patron Saint of China, Retrieved on Oct.7,2012, http://www.catholic.org.tw/stjohn/read.php?739
•anonymous, the infamous Mao Zhedong, Retrieved on Oct.7,2012, http://www.zyzg.us/viewthread.php?tid=140614&extra=&page=2
•Brief introduction to Taoism, Brief introduction to Taoism, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~duhbauruei/5rso/materials/mt06.htm
•Brom, The Great Heresies, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.catholic.com/tracts/the-great-heresies
Chinese Festivals, Qingming, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://big5.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/
•Chinese Festivals, New Year, Retrieved on Oct.8,2012, http://big5.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/
•Chinese Festivals, Qixi, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://big5.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/
•Chinese Festivals, Moon Festival, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://big5.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/
•Chinese Festivals, Dragon-boat festival, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://big5.china.com.cn/ch-jieri/
•Eight culinary traditions of Chinese cuisine, Eight culinary traditions of Chinese cuisine, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://baike.baidu.com/view/47904.htm#3_2
• 8th Grade China Geology, 8th Grade China Geology, Retrieved on Oct.8,2012 http://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=19&cad=rja&ved=0CGYQFjAIOAo&url=http%3A%2F%2F163.27.142.3%2F~tn0126%2F%25E5%2585%25B6%25E4%25BB%2596%2F%25E8%25A4%2587%25E7%25BF%2592%25E8%25AC%259B%25E7%25BE%25A9%2F%25E5%258F%2583%25E8%2580%2583%25E8%25A4%2587%25E7%25BF%2592%25E8%25AC%259B%25E7%25BE%25A9%2F88%25E8%25AA%25B2%25E7%25B6%25B1%25E7%25AC%25AC%25E4%25BA%258C%25E5%2586%258A%25E5%258F%25B0%25E7%2581%25A3%25E4%25B8%25AD%25E5%259C%258B%25E5%259C%25B0%25E7%2590%2586%25E8%25A4%2587%25E7%25BF%2592.doc&ei=XPVzUJa-GoWMyAGS4YHYDw&usg=AFQjCNF3ab590xQ59flNgyFwbY6opiqSNA&sig2=-kWVMcGRnmXqGPklcroHOw
•Fung, Father of the Nation, Retrieved on Oct.8,2012, http://fungchiwood.tripod.com/DrSun.html
• Hsu,Brief introduction to Confucianism, Retrieved on Oct.8,2012, http://www.liyixuexiao.com/ruxuejianjie.htm Brom, The Great Heresies, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.catholic.com/tracts/the-great-heresies
• Introduction to scriptures, Introduction to scriptures, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www2.ukn.edu.tw/clubbuddhism/book.html
• Li Won Tsu,Difference between Southern&Northern China, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.confucius.psu.ac.th/CH/difference.htm
• Luo, Great Emperor Taizong of Tang, Retrieved on Oct.8,2012, http://apphistory.news.ifeng.com/figure/detail.php?id=78
• Nyer, Marian Apparitions in China, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/1144716/posts
• Shing Yang, History of Catholicism, Retrieved on Oct.7,2012, http://newhamg.myweb.hinet.net/17/page17-13.htm
•Shing Hua Wang, National minority, Retrieved on Oct.6,2012, http://news.xinhuanet.com/ziliao/2003-01/21/content_700050.htmGeology.com,
• Wang Chu Lan, Nestorianism, Retrieved on Oct.8,2012, http://www.jonahome.net/Article/article/2006-4-5/545-1.htm
• Wang, King je of Xia, Retrieved on Oct.7,2012, http://www.epochtimes.com/b5/12/1/29/n3497288.htm%E3%80%90%E6%AD%B7%E5%8F%B2%E4%BA%BA%E7%89%A9%E3%80%91-%E5%A4%8F%E6%A1%80
• White, A five minute introduction, Retrieved on Oct.7,2012http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/5minbud.htm
appleactionews, Liu Xiaobo awarded the Nobel Prize, retrieved Oct 7,2012
GreenpeaceChina, water pollution in China, retrieved Oct 7,2012
Himaruya , China,retrieved Oct 8,2012,http://hetalia.wikinet.org/w/images/hetalia/uploads/thumb/5/5b/ChinaChibi.png/150px-ChinaChibi.png
Full transcript