I know China is a huge country with lots of different people and a vast variety of landscape, culture and other things that would make it difficult to catergorize it in any special way. But here we will try.
What can you tell us about China? What is typical of China?
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Hi W
What prompted you to start a thread about China?
The Asian countries that attract me the most are Pakistan and India. About the eastern countries I know very few.
Ah! I've just read the Huang's words.
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If you want to know about China, I will be glad to help you.

I live there. Just e-mail me
Thanks Roy,
Where are you from originally? How long have you been living in China? Which part of China are you in now?
Hmmm! well well, china is our neighbering country and it has a route linked with our country which is called "silk route", They are very creative people.they are always making good toys,cars and many other stuff.China's people are also very good they are harmless people.
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For information: Roy Bates is English. He lives in Beijing. He first came to China in 1978.

He is a writer, specialising in Chinese History.
Are you talking about this member "Roy Bates" or is there any other Roy Bates.
feng-shui! art of living ... the chinese way!
Feng means "wind," and shui means "water" (pronounced fung-shway). In Chinese culture, gentle wind and smooth water have always been associated with a good harvest and good health, while harsh winds and stagnant water have been linked to famine and disease. Therefore, "good" feng-shui has come to mean good livelihood and fortune, and "bad" feng-shui has come to mean hardship and misfortune.

Feng-shui is not a superstition or a set of dos and don'ts. It is the art and science of understanding the forces of nature in order to design houses and workplaces that blend with the environment instead of clashing with it. It aims to help us live in harmony with the world by promoting the flow of positive energy and neutralizing or avoiding negative or destructive energy.

Like traditional Chinese medicine, feng-shui has a rich and subtle tradition with a standardized body of knowledge that takes years of formal training to master. As the tradition becomes firmly planted in the West, training programs and professional standards will evolve here as they have in Asia.
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