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Ancient China Connect Project

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By: Maria Redle 111-B Ancient China Connect Project Yin Yang I Hope You Learned About Ancient China! The Yin-Yang symbolizes understanding The Zodiac tells you what personality you are with animals. The Zodiac Station 5-7-5 Haiku . Chinese Food The Yin Yang is balance between opposites, yin would be sadness and Yang would be joyfulness To achieve Yin-Yang, you must balance opposites The zodiac was created when an Emperor needed a way to keep track of the years. On his birthday he had animals race across a river. The cat and the rat were not very good swimmers, but they were very clever. They asked the ox if they could ride on his back and he said yes. In the middle of the river the rat pushed the cat off the ox. The rat jumped to the land first and got the first year named after him, leaving the ox the second year. Third came the tired tiger and the third year was named for him. The bunny came next, but hopped across the logs and the fourth year was named for him. The dragon came in next and was the fifth year. The horse would've come in sixth, but the snake slithered between his legs, giving the snake sixth and the horse seventh. next came the rooster, goat, and monkey on a raft. Making the goat eighth, the monkey ninth, and the rooster tenth. The dog came next taking eleventh. The pig got twelfth and when the cat finally came to shore, all spots were take, and now cats and rats are enemies. Zodiac Story lovely mossy hills green trees by the mountain side mountains of China The chinese mostly eat grains. For example, The South prefers rice, but the North prefers wheat. http://adsg.syix.com/linda/cecilia/china.htm http://www.topmarks.co.uk/chinesenewyear/zodiacstory.aspx http://fly.cc.fer.hr/~shlede/ying/yang.html http://tao-in-you.com/yin-yang.html Some strange foods China eats are:
Sparrows
Dirt
Fish Lips
Dogs http://factsanddetails.com/china.php?itemid=146 I was born in 2001, so I'm a snake I am similar to the snake because I am good with communicating and I don't worry much about money. http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/social_customs/zodiac/snake.htm
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