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Filipino and Chinese Tradition

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Filipino and Chinese Traditions and Values
PHILIPPINES
BAYANIHAN
A Filipino community spirit and cooperation wherein a group extends a helping hand expecting nothing in return
Damayan System
Sympathy to all who lost their loved ones. In case of a certain death, the whole community sympathizes with beveared family.
Close Family Ties

The love for the family, Filipinos are family oriented, proof of this is because our grandmothers and fathers are still in our house
Fun Loving Trait
Even in times of calamities and other challenges, we always don't forget to smile, we always have something to be happy
Hospitality
Even if we don't know the person, we accept them with open doors, we are generous to guest
RELIGIOUS
Almost all Filipinos are all religious, we all have strong faith in God and ask for His guidance
Respect to the Elders
Our trait of being corteous to both words and actions to the older people
Now let's move to China
References
http://www.slideshare.net/Kate_JRG/filipino-values-22162229
http://images.google.com/
The Pearl of the Orient
CHINA
Sleeping Giants
CONFUCIANISM
It is a part of an ancient tradition upon which Chinese Culture have derived
There are 4 basic virtues
Loyalty
Respect for parents and elders
Benevolence
Righteousness
http://www.lotustours.net/info/connect/culture/culture2.shtml
Traditions
Foot Binding
As bizarre as it may seem to our culture, to the Chinese people, it was the esoteric essence of pure beauty and signified status within the family structure, allowing young women with lotus feet better opportunities for marriage with well-to-do families.
Chinese knots
(yup, the one who hangs in the doors.)
Did you know that each different design is a good luck wish? One of the most popular knots is double happiness, which in Chinese tradition is given to newlyweds, signifying a wish for their luck and happiness to double.
Chinese Family Names
Xing, Shi and Ming are the most common Chinese family names. There are only 22 ancient Chinese surnames still in use today. The family name indicated a blood tie within the Chinese social structure and was a symbol of class.
(insert picture of a family here)
Festivals
There are many colorful Chinese Festivals happening all year round. There are some major ones that span out over several days or several weeks that are celebrated all across China, and then there are the ones celebrated in different regions of China by the 53 different minority groups. Chinese Festivals offer a unique insight into the rich 5000 year history and traditions of China.
http://www.chinese-traditions-and-culture.com/chinese-traditions.html
THE FIVE PRINCIPLES OF COEXSISTENCE
It states the ideas of values of Chinese
1.The gentleman aims at harmony, and not at uniformity
2.Big countries should respect smaller ones and vice versa.
What makes a great state is how it is like a low-lying, down-flowing stream; the bigger state becomes the center that tends to all the small states like the smaller streams flowing to lower stream.
3.The third idea is that it is lonely at the top for powerful countries.
4.The fourth idea is that conflicts between states should be handled properly.
Nonconfrontational conflicts should be handled through avenues that maintain harmony between states such as diplomatic negotiations. This is to ensure that any imbalance of power is corrected to achieve balance.
5.Harmony does not mean shying away from conflict, compromising on principles, or constant neutrality.
Rather, harmony stresses that conflicts and struggles should be dealt with properly and legally.
http://carnegieendowment.org/2013/01/15/china-s-traditional-values-and-modern-foreign-policy/f27h
And all other websites that are not included
THANKS FOR LISTENING!
Group 4, Barney & Friends
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