Chapter Three: Chu Singing-poetry of Han(汉代楚歌诗)-It takes Chu Singing-poetry (楚歌诗) as its object of study, inspects its relationship in the view of regional culture tradition, reveals its history of occurring and developing, expounding its status and influence in the history of Chinese Ancient Literature.
Chapter 4 analyses the form value of the " Fa" and its meaning to the artistic corpus in the base of Chapter 3 to seek the law of the production and the criticism in Chinese poem and the influence of the culture tradition and the thought method of Chinese.
The“common civic corners”, which are important constituent parts of the Chinese cities and towns, stands for both the bottoms and the roots of the Chinese cities. They are deeply rooted in the Chinese national psychology and the history of traditional culture.
The second chapter of the thesis analyses and expatiates the reasons of its boom from the following aspects: the cultural traditions of the historiographes, the learning trend of thoughts in the Wei and the Jin Dynasties, and the election system of the Jiupin -Zhongzheng (a election system of this period attaching importance to the potential officials' capabilities).
It was born in Slovakia live here Tradition of the native cultural traditions, and effective in the world of the 20th century and ideas such as life philosophy, Hegel aesthetic excitement, and in the mounting tide of the times and continuously improving self-absorb nutrients.
The humane father image also has definite cultural significance. The cultural traditions of non-violation of human nature and pursuit of harmonious parenthood relationship become the bases of the existence of humane fathers.
This article describes differences and similarities between a North American, a European and a Japanese approach, based on the respective medical and cultural traditions.
Imperial power, gentry power and clan power: Western and Chinese cultural traditions in a comparative perspective
To some extent, this means the retrospective of tradition in the turning point of history, and some of the China's cultural traditions might become the starting points in formulating the future Chinese philosophy of science and technology.
The conventional interpretation of the "race problem" in Peninsular Malaysia (Malaya) is founded upon the supposedly inevitable frictions between ethnic communities with sharply divergent cultural traditions.
This paper analyzes gendered social identity in Japan and the United States, countries with comparable postindustrial economic systems but distinct cultural traditions.