The wealthy Chinese people ate pork, chicken, lamb, and goose. And on special occasions they ate snake and dog. The poor ate chicken, eggs, and wild animals. Some of the celebrations that they had were the day of the dragon, Chinese new years, and the Lantern Festival. Some of the religions they believed in was Buddhism and Confucianism. The wealthy people wore robes made from silk and cotton and the poor wore loose pants and shirts made from hemp. The Chinese believed in many art forms such as the three perfections: calligraphy, poetry, and painting. They painted art of mountains, homes, birds, trees, water, and sometimes even people doing martial arts.