Why I love China? I can think of a lot of reasons. China is history. China is art. China is the finest food. And China is the most mysterious and comprehensive medicine. At one time, China meant the center of the Eastern world or even of the world.

China is an established country with a history of thousands of years and with the most splendid culture during the long history of development. We have the well-known Chinese calligraphy, a highly-valued cultural heritage. Chinese characters have been written into many different artistic styles: the inscriptions on bones or tortoise shells and on ancient bronze objects, the seal character, official script, regular script, running script and cursive script. We have the most profound and comprehensive literature and countless outstanding poets and philosophers. For instance, we have various schools of thought during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Period; we have various forms of poetry or prose: pre-Tang poems, Hanfu, Tangshi, Songci, Yuanqu, and other forms of essay. And Chinese poetry was fully developed in Tang Dynasty, including Jueju and Lvshi, etc. In ancient time, Japan and Korea worshiped our culture very much; they imitated our writing, calligraphy, and clothing as well. They as well as some Westerners are fond of our Sunzi Bingfa and try to apply it to their career. And they also study our Honglou Meng and other masterpieces. China also achieved success beyond measure in painting and carving. The world-renowned Dunhuang Caves and the Longmen Grottoes attract tourists from every corner of the world. Once, after visiting the Longmen Grottoes, the wife of American ambassador in China said, “this is the treasure that belongs merely to you Chinese, and this we Americans will never have; what we have is advanced science and technology, and this you will have in time.” Westerners value our traditional medicine very much, even viewing it as magic, because it has relatively fewer side effects and treats a disease from its root cause. We Chinese invented the four traditional methods of diagnosis: observation, auscultation and olfaction, interrogation and pulse feeling and palpation. Additionally, Chinese cuisine is also famous in the world, Guangdong and Sichuan-style cooking in particular, partly reflecting our culture.

Chinese culture is so subtle, so profound, so complicated, and so comprehensive that I cannot cover it with my limited knowledge. What I want most is that we can pay more attention to our traditional culture than we do now, because I find many people, especially the young generation, do not feel proud of being Chinese. Instead, they adore some superficial foreign entertainers, imitating their dressing, hairstyles, and behaviors, and sometimes misbehaviors. They sing their songs and perform their dancing, if some of which could be called songs and dancing. I’m really sad and worried to see the traditional Chinese culture gradually declining.

I love China simply because I am Chinese. I was born here; I am growing up here, influenced, and moved, and blessed, and favored by her great culture. It is no exaggeration to say that if I were given the chance to choose my next life, Chinese of course.
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May I pitch in my 2 cents?

1. Spring and Autumn period is different from the Warring States. But a non-Chinese would have trouble figuring it out.

How about: Spring-and-Autumn period and the Warring-States period.
I'm sure there are other ways to do this.

2. It helps to explain what the Chinese terms are, like Tangshi, Songci or Yuanqu.
The explanations can be very subtle.

Here's an excerpt of an essay from the famous Latino American writer Mario Suarez:

El Hoyo

From the center of downtown Tucson the ground slopes gently away to Main STreet, drops a few feet, and then rolls to the banks of the Santa Cruz River. Here lies the section of the city known as El Hoyo. Why it is called El Hoyo is not very clear. In no sense is it a hole as its name would imply; it is simply a river's immediate valley. Its inhabitants are chicanos who raise hell on Saturday night and listen to Padre Estanislao on Sunday morning. While the term chicano is the short way of saying Mexicano, it is not restricted to the paisanos who came from old Mexican with the territory or the last famine to work for the railroad, labor, sing, and go on relief. Chicano is the easy way of referring to everybody. Pablo Gutierrez married the Chinese grocer's daughter and now runs a meat department; his sons are chicanos. So are the sons of Killer Jones who threw a fight in Harlem and fled to El Hoyo to marry Cristina Mendez. And so are all of them.

Source: Short takes: model essays for composition, 6th edition.

The writer manages to explain many concepts alien to us readers without being 'real' explicit about it--we now know El Hoyo means a hole; chicanos are Mexican Americans (who either are economic immigrants or they "come with the land"), but in this area, the terms applies to everyone. And we get a glimpse of some of the typical residents in El Hoyo: Pablo and Killer Jones and ordinary people living ordinary lives.

3. Using more parallel structures will help.
E.g. you said:
I was born here; I am growing up here...

How about:
e.g. I was born, raised, and educated in China.
Or :
I was born here, raised here, etc.etc.
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Thank you for reading and commenting on it. And also thank you for the information you have provided. This is the script of my presentation. I wanted to better it before delivering the short speech.
hi!

my name is dawa tsering and i am from india.

well, there are a few outstanding points about this sub-continent which make me proud and they are:

india never invaded any of its neighbours through-out history,

india choose not to fight during world war I and II,

india has produced people like gandhi and buddha,

india is a country where people are free to be critics of india,

india is secular, neither religious nor atheist.
Hold on Man. Gautam Buddha was born in Lumbini, Nepal.Why the Indians are lying all over the world that buddha was born in India.For your kind information, you can google it.
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for your kind information, Buddha spent all his life time in India and attained Nirvana here in India. anyway India and Nepal both share same values and culture so there is nothing sort of lying...