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Chinese Culture

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Good afternoon, everyone. I hope you have all had a good lunch. Did you know which country is most people in the world? Did you know Chinese language is very important now? Yes, China is the country that has the most people in the world. As we have all observed at some point in our lives in Malaysia, most of the Malaysians were from China. Besides that, all other countries are interested in learning Chinese language such as USA, UK, and others. Today I would like to introduce this interesting country -----China. We will begin by looking at the good things about China, and then see how this can make China become special.


• Chinese food now holds a popular place among the entire population of the world. The style of Chinese food is different from the western food. Chinese food have a long history same with China. Chinese food, when authentic is probably the healthiest food in the world. Good Chinese food is prepared and cooked with poly-unsaturated oils. Authentic Chinese food does not require the use of milk-fat ingredients such as cream, butter or cheese.

Dim sum refers to a style of Chinese food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food traditionally served in small steamer baskets or on small plates.

Many traditional Chinese foods are intended to honor either the gods or divine persons in history. Zong Zi - a glutinous rice dumpling wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves - is no exception. It is meant to honor Qu Yuan, the pioneer poet of ancient China.

• Boasting rich cultural meaning and a long history, traditional Chinese festivals compose an important and brilliant part of Chinese culture. Some festivals and customs we still follow today, but others disappeared into the mists of time. Here I will introduce some important and commonly celebrated festivals.

The Chinese New Year is the most important festival


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