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Recreation in Ancient China

Recreation in Ancient China is all about the passtimes and recreational activities that the Ancient Chinese took part in to keep themselves entertained. I hope you enjoy my presentation.
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Lottie B

on 1 October 2013

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Recreation in Ancient China
Recreation
For my project on Ancient China, I am researching China's recreation. I have been researching attentively and looking at the different pastimes and recreational activities that the Ancient Chinese took part in. I hope you enjoy my presentation and learn at least one new thing about Ancient Chinese recreation.
MUSIC
Over the next few slides, I will be introducing to you some different musical instruments that the Ancient Chinese played and enjoyed playing and listening to. After all music was an extremely popular thing in Ancient China...
Music - Pi pa
String instrument
Pear Shaped
Central Asia (Ghandara and/or India)
Music - Gu Zhang
Warring States period
Se
Most commonly played instrument
Popular for a long, long time... obviously
Conclusion
Many recreational activities
Many inventions
Lots of fun sounding stuff
Music - The Lion Dance
Only on special occasions
Drums
Gongs
Cymbals
Synchronized
Fireworks
Very Popular
Mouse
Light of Nine Stones
10, 000 lights
Still popular
Special Occasions
Bibliography
http://www.mysteriouschina.com/interesting-recreation-way-in-ancient-china/
http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/focus/sport.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion_dance
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guzheng
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pipa
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