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Sino-Japanese culture

Postby Andrew » Thu May 01, 2003 3:26 am

Hi Everyone.I wrote to ask you some questions related to Sino-Japanese culture.
According to a certain history book(i forgot the title) that I've read about Japan, Chinese influences poured out to the country from different invading dynasties such as the Han dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Song Dynasty and so on. And another thing. Japanese scholars were sent to China to gain what their country needed--Knowledge and technology.Is it really true that several aspects from chinese culture were adapted by the Japanese through their language, culture and way of life?( the Japanese kimono was similar to those worn by court ladies during the Tang dynasty).i know that the 2 cultures are different, but I hope anybody would shed some light about this topic.





thanks a lot

Andrew

Re: Sino-Japanese culture

Postby Andrew » Mon May 12, 2003 7:28 pm

Andrew wrote:

> Hi Everyone.I wrote to ask you some questions related to
> Sino-Japanese culture.
> According to a certain history book(i forgot the title) that
> I've read about Japan, Chinese influences poured out to the
> country from different invading dynasties such as the Han
> dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Song Dynasty and so on. And another
> thing. Japanese scholars were sent to China to gain what their
> country needed--Knowledge and technology.Is it really true that
> several aspects from chinese culture were adapted by the
> Japanese through their language, culture and way of life?( the
> Japanese kimono was similar to those worn by court ladies
> during the Tang dynasty).i know that the 2 cultures are
> different, but I hope anybody would shed some light about this
> topic.
>
> you eat the penis
>
>
>
>
> thanks a lot

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Andrew

Re: Sino-Japanese culture

Postby Andrew » Mon May 12, 2003 7:28 pm

Andrew wrote:

> Hi Everyone.I wrote to ask you some questions related to
> Sino-Japanese culture.
> According to a certain history book(i forgot the title) that
> I've read about Japan, Chinese influences poured out to the
> country from different invading dynasties such as the Han
> dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Song Dynasty and so on. And another
> thing. Japanese scholars were sent to China to gain what their
> country needed--Knowledge and technology.Is it really true that
> several aspects from chinese culture were adapted by the
> Japanese through their language, culture and way of life?( the
> Japanese kimono was similar to those worn by court ladies
> during the Tang dynasty).i know that the 2 cultures are
> different, but I hope anybody would shed some light about this
> topic.
>
> you eat the penis
>
>
>
>
> thanks a lot

[%sig%]

alaxieniye

Re: Sino-Japanese culture

Postby alaxieniye » Sun Jun 08, 2003 3:38 pm

Do u think the relations between China and Japan are good in our days?

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Re: Sino-Japanese culture

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