Chinese Culture, Ethnicity and Religion

The word “culture” is defined as “a collective programming of the mind or a fixed of moral beliefs, values, attitudes, and behaviors that are shared by a group of people and distinguishes the group members from others.” Further, in the course book it provides an educative definition of culture as the whole complex that includes knowledge, belief, arts, morals, custom, law, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by human beings as a member a specific community. In addition, it explains the entire nature of culture, for example, it gives that culture is symbolic thus; it is unique and crucial to humans beings as well as to their general cultural learning. Hence, cultural symbols are majorly linguistic, verbal, and non-verbal as well as have a proper complexity of language. Inclusion, a group of persons, can exist in the same world but practice different cultures (Kottak). However, this gives an illustrative reason that China as an extremely large country has a customs and traditions that vary by geography and general ethnicity.
The Chinese language has seven major collections of the jargons that have their variation, for instance, the Mandarin jargons spoken by the majority of the entire population, followed by Wu then Yue that is immediately followed by Xiang, Min, Hakka then lastly the Gan that occupies only two percent. In addition, the Chinese jargoned complex is entirely analogous to the Romance language community. However, the official national language of the Chinese culture is known as the Putonghua that is majorly spoken by the Mandarin in the capital. Further, most of the Chinese populations are also well conversant and fluent in English (Guillain).
On the other hand, the food aspect of Chinese life is also influenced by geographical distribution as well as the entire ethnic diversity. The main popular cooking styles in China are Cantonese that contain all the stir-fried dishes, the Szechuan that over-rel…