China Anthony Graham

China is a developed country with a stable economy, but China is also very polluted. I pickied to learn about China because I want to know more about what goes on in China except for building and exporting. I want to learn about China's culture and traditions that bring all of them together.
According to ancient belief, if your feet get too cold you can get sick, so if you ever goto another persons house, you remove your shoes and put on house slippers supplied by the home owners. Poor families usually have little furniture apart from beds, a table, chairs, and most importantly, a iron or clay stove that can heat up the house and cook food.
About one third of the Chinese population uses the internet to find partners, husbands and wives. Most families receive a heavy fine if they have more than one child, but out in the countryside, families are allowed to have as many children as they want. During the day you are able too see many families with their child in shopping marts and parks.
Although many people just think that that China is only mass poopulated, terribly polluted, and only good for making things for America, but they would be wrong. China has a growing culture, follow their own traditions, have lively homes, and religions.

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Created with images by Free Grunge Textures - www.freestock.ca - "China Grunge Flag" • Thomas Depenbusch - "Wuxi, Jiangsu, China" • Philip Jägenstedt - "Chinese flag"

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