Traditional China

Traditional China
Every community or race has a unique story of its course of origin and will practice diverse ways of life. The different lifestyles and cultural practices are the main distinguishing factors of the different communities and races all over the world. The human life is affected by seven pillars of wisdom, as discussed later in this paper. In the following section, different concepts will be discussed that defines what it means to be Chinese and the distinguishing factors that places Chinese from the rest of the world population.
The Chinese political system is unique in some way and encompasses a complementary synthesis of dynamic perspectives: Legalism, Confucianism, and Daoism/ Taoism. Over the years, one-quarter to one-third of the total global economic output had been accounted for by the Chinese. In terms of ethnic diversity, Chinese community is heterogeneous in nature. They also largely depend on fresh vegetables. Chinese is the only civilization alongside Egypt to come up with a language script, which has been there up to the present date. For the best part of centuries, the Chinese people have been leading as far as technology is considered. Rather than their focusing on illness, their medicine focuses on wellness. The Chinese people are considered very creative, and their art is unified with nature. The pre-mentioned dynamics, Confucianism and Taoism, are expressed in religious terms in China. Finally, Chinese largely depends on humanly treated excrement other than using organic manure and fertilizers for cultivation.
From the above discussion, it is clear that Chinese can be clearly distinguished from the rest of the world population. The distinction can be derived by studying the seven concepts that constitute human life: politics, economics, society, science, arts, religion, and the environment.