(PRWEB) July 9, 2006
Folk China is an electronic magazine that seeks to introduce, from multiple perspectives, the various places of China and their cultural heritage, local practices, folkways and artificial scenery of the dozens of ethnic groups in China. It aims to familiarize the outside world with China in a broader and deeper way. Folk China is made to meet this very trend. We hope that our introduction of China will help readers learn about the country and assist in readers' career development and cultural accumulation.
Folk China strives to follow a detailed, accurate, concise, elaborate and generous way of description. Through lots of texts complemented with beautiful pictures and audios, this E-magazine will bring to readers vivid charms of the exotic folk customs in China. A variety of columns are set up in the magazine, including Festivals, Gods & Beliefs, Folk Arts, Clothes, Travel and Residential Culture, which will work together to present you the real properties of a unique culture.
Folk China issues once every month. Readers can subscribe to it via Internet. If you want to travel, work or live in China, this magazine will help you get familiar with the country more quickly and understand the Chinese people more easily.
Folk China e-Magazine ISSUE 1 Contents:
The Chinese Dragon
The River Lantern Festiva
The Magical and Mysterious ‘Shehuo’;Ansai Waistdrum, Seething Together With The Yellow Earth;The Hot and Frank Folk Songs
The Craftworks Enriched With Local Features In Shaanxi
[GODS & BELIEFS]
Nu-Wa, Chinese Goodness Who Created Human Beings and Mended The Sky
Different Marriage Customs In Various Parts Of Shaanxi
Sinicized Clothing As The Bellyband, Knot-tying Hat and Bianna Shoes In Shaanxi
[FOOD & DRINK]
Shaanxi People’s Grand Feast;A Thousand Years’ Culture On The Tip Of The Tongue
The Cave Dwellings In North Shaanxi;The Jiangs’ Manor: The NO.1 Castle-Type Cave Dwelling In Shaanxi
Yulin: A Place Of Charming Views
[INTERESTING FOLK CUSTOMS]
10 Major Wonders Of Shaanxi
More detail: please visit: http://www.lookfolk.com/magazine.htm
You can download the e-Magazine from http://www.lookfolk.com/help1.htm
Folk China e-Magazine is run by a young, capable and professional team. All members of the team cherish the common wish, that is, to make Folk China a window through which friends in the world may learn about China, Chinese culture and Chinese folkways. We hope that all readers of Folk China will sense the great charms of China and benefit from the magazine.