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China - Canada Trading Relations:3

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Transcript of China - Canada Trading Relations:3

China
Many of the Chinese traditions include festivals, Chinese dragons, and fireworks. In Ancient China, they used fireworks to scare off invaders. One of the most known festivals is the Moon festival, celebrating the full moon and harvest moon.
Chinese Industries
Some of the most profitable Chinese industries are the Chinese steel, manufacturing, and construction. China is the world's leading manufacturer of cement, steel and chemical fertilizers. The GDP of China is about 7298.10 billion dollars, 27 percent of the world's workforce.
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Chinese food is not what you would ever find in your local stereotypical Chinese restaurant across the street. Sure, it occasionally consists of noodles, but that isn't all there is to it. here is a list of some items used in chinese food.
Chinese Food
Chinese Traditions
Chinese Weather
An average summer in Beijing is 26-21 degrees Celsius, at it's highest, but in winter, it's 4 to -1 degrees.
Chinese People
Chinese-Canada Trading
Canadian items imported to China consists of these; mineral products, wood and paper products, fish products and oilseeds. China exports consumer goods such as clothing, mechanical and electric equipment, along with plastic, rubber, and rare earth metals.
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Starch Staples: millet, rice, wheat, maize, buckwheat, yam, sweet potato.

Legumes: soybean, broad bean, peanut, mung bean.

Vegetables: Chinese cabbage, mustard green, turnip, radish, mushroom.

Fruits: peach, apricot, plum, apple, pear, crab apple, mountain haw, litchi, orange.

Meats: pork, beef, mutton, venison, chicken, duck, goose, pheasant, many fishes.

Spices: red pepper, ginger, garlic, spring onion, cinnamon.
Chinese people speak Mandarin and basic English. As of May 2007, there are 1.31828 billion people (excluding Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) populating China. Chinese people count for at least 20 percent of the world's population. There are 56 ethnic groups, the most populous being the Han who form about 91.59% of China's total population
by Caoimhe, Judy and Brianne
Chinese Clothing
the chinese today wear the usual clothes we wear. but let's take it back about 1,000 years..
The ancient chinese wore a robe much like the japanese kimono called the hanfu. the tangzhuang was worn later by emperors and women.
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