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  1. Japanese Culture in Chinese Life Click here and enjoy the music: http://jp.veduchina.com/html/article/200808/34055.shtml

  2. Byrd Middle School Yan Xuemei Fall , 2008

  3. I was born in the late 1970s.Since 1978, China is open to receive a lot of the impact of foreign culture. When I grew up, I see and feel the Japanese culture in China…

  4. IT’S A GOOD PLACE TO TRAVEL • Japan offers a very wide range of attractions, from historical and cultural treasures to modern and futuristic sights and beautiful forests, mountains and sea coasts. • http://www.japanguide.com/e/e623.html

  5. Japan is a popular travel destination in winter and early spring for those seeking snow. Whether you are a die hard skiier or come from a country where the coldest it gets is in an air conditioned room, Japan offers something for everyone within easy reach of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. While most of Japan's major cities, including Tokyo and Osaka, receive only small amounts of snow, there are many places in Japan that get covered by lots of snow each year. The snow season in Japan is long and in some places begins as early as November and lasts into May with the peak in February.

  6. Famous picture of Fuji Mountain

  7. Most Chinese people know the picture of Fuji Mount .The snow on the top attracts many people to travel there .

  8. I WANT TO GO Hokkaido

  9. I like the lavender scent and the pure snow. If I have a chance ,I will go there and enjoy !

  10. LANGUAGE Popular kanji symbols There are some Chinese characters in Japanese . So some Chinese people can read some articles without translation . http://www.japanese-name-translation.com/site/kanji_symbols.html

  11. What symbols are used to write Japanese? • There are four kinds of symbols that make up four Japanese "alphabets" : • Kanji characters - complex Japanese symbols originally from China • Hiragana characters - simple, rounded Japanese symbols developed in Japan • Katakana characters - simple, angular Japanese symbols derived from kanji in Japan • Roman characters - the English alphabet

  12. The history of Japanese kanji symbols • Japanese is thought to be related to the Ural-Altaic family of languages that includes Turkish, Mongolian, Manchu and Korean. An early form of Japanese existed from about the 3rd century AD. However, it wasn't until later that the Japanese gained the ability to write. The writing system they began to use was Chinese, imported from China and Korea along with a variety of technologies, political concepts and Buddhism. These imported Chinese characters remain in the Japanese language in the form of kanji characters. However, the difficulty in adapting the monosyllabic Chinese script to the polysyllabic Japanese language resulted in the development of hiragana and katakana symbols that are now used alongside kanji characters in written Japanese.

  13. TV PLAY http://www.onlinetvplayer.com/channels/country/JP-L1-Japan.htm http://www.keiichianimeforever.com/culture/japanese/onlinetelevision.html

  14. TV PLAY IN 19TH CENTURY MOVE MANY PEOPLE

  15. At the beginning of 1980s,. imported TV drama serials from America, Japan and Hong Kong in CCTV became so popular. that it helped to cultivate Chinese • Xueyi is the first famous Japanese TV play which moved many Chinese people in nineteenth century . This is a stage photo of actor and actress.

  16. National culture influence CARTOON AND COMIC • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyGvGMa2RFg • http://www.wittyworld.com/editorialpolitical.html

  17. The first foreign cartoon introduced to China was Japan’s “Astro Boy” series in 1981. Since then, a large quantity of foreign cartoons have flooded into China.

  18. Chinese children, only 11% prefer ‘home-made’ cartoons. including those from Hong Kong and Taiwan. • About 29% prefer cartoons from Europe and the United States. • A whopping 60% prefer cartoons/manga/anime from Japan.

  19. Created by cartoonist Fujiko F. Fujio, Doraemon is a Japanese cultural icon and is popular around the world, especially in Asia. The robotic cat travels back in time from the 22nd century and uses gadgets such as a "time machine" and an "anywhere door" that come out of a fourth-dimensional pocket on his stomach to help his friends, allowing them to travel anywhere and to any time they wish.

  20. My favourite cartoon • Yixiu is this very smart monk in the cartoon .And there are still some kids given name Yixiu as they are clever as Yixiu.

  21. Kids like this comic • My son and his friends like Longzhu very much . It’s a monthly comic. And they pay for stickers.

  22. Kids like instant noodles because of it Japanese Cartoon xiaodangjia is popular with kids ,so they like Xiaodangjia instant noodles because the actor’s name is Xiaodangjia .

  23. FOOD AND TEA

  24. Overview of popular Japanese dishes • DomburiGomaaeGyozaGyudonKorokkeMushroomsNikujagaOkonomiyakiRamenRiceSashimiSeaweedSobaSoya BeanSushiTempuraUdonYakitoriWasabi

  25. The Japanese archipelago stretches from north to south, which means that each region has a different climate and that Japan is abundantly blessed with seasonal changes. Amid such environmental conditions, numerous delicacies have developed in each locality and these local cuisines together with traditional Japanese dishes such as sushi and tempura produce a dietary culture unique to Japan.

  26. Popular food in China now Restaurant and Sushi

  27. TEA Tea (ocha) is one of the most common beverages in Japan and is an important part of Japanese food culture. It is also the central element of the tea ceremony. The following is a list of some of the most popular kinds of tea in Japan:

  28. Gyokuro, Sencha, Bancha: These common Japanese green teas are made of dried tea leaves. The quality is listed in descending order. • Houjicha: Another common tea, Houjicha is brown and made from roasted tea leaves. • Matcha: Matcha is a bitter green tea made out of tea leaf powder. It is the tea used in the tea ceremony. • Chinese TeaThere are a wide variety of Chinese teas, some of the most popular kinds being Oolong and Jasmine. • KochaBritish black tea.

  29. tea ceremony

  30. Thank you