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Copy of Japanese and Chinese Traditions

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Transcript of Copy of Japanese and Chinese Traditions

Japanese and Chinese Traditions
Japanese and Chinese
Tea Ceremony
Japanese and Chinese
National Sports
Japanese and Chinese
Traditional Cuisines
Japanese National Sports
Sumo is a Japanese style of wrestling and Japan's national sport. It originated in ancient times as a performance to entertain the Shinto gods.
Chinese National Sports
Japanese Traditional Cuisine
Sushi is a small peice of raw seafood placed on a ball of vinegar rice. the most common ingredient are tuna, squid, and prawns. Cucumber, picked radish and sweet egg omelet are also served.
Chinese Traditional Cuisine
Wanton noodles a popular noodle dish in China, also called wanton mee (wanton Cantonese word for dumplings). Usually served in a hot broth, garnished with leafy vegetables, and wanton dumplings.
Japanese Tea Ceremony
It was originated in China. The tea was considered medicine that promoted physical and spiritual health and was consumed for enjoyment purposes primarily.
Chinese Tea Ceremony
As a form of expressing gratitude, the bride and groom kneel in front of their parents and offer them tea. In olden times, drinking the tea offered showed acceptance of marriage while refusal represented opposition of marriage
Pingpong know as Table Tennis is China's national sports. Chinese have played a major role in transforming table tennis from a past time. Chinese sports legend Yaping Deng is considered to be one of the greatest table tennis player of all time.
Japan China
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