Table of Contents
- 1 Why was China isolated from other cultures for a long time Quizizz?
- 2 What was one effect of the Silk Road on China?
- 3 How did the Silk Road help China?
- 4 How are nonverbal cues used in Chinese culture?
- 5 How did the culture of China influence Australia?
- 6 How did ancient China interact with other societies?
Why was China isolated from other cultures for a long time Quizizz?
Ancient China was surrounded by desert, mountains and ocean. They caused China to constantly be at war with other world civilizations. They helped China to establish trade with other civilizations. They isolated the Chinese civilization allowing it to develop independently.
What was one effect of the Silk Road on China?
One obvious effect of trade along the Silk Road was more goods were available in more places. Silk, owing to its soft texture and appealing shimmer, became so hotly desired that it was used as currency in central Asia.
What impact did natural borders have on China’s culture?
What impact did these natural borders have on the culture? They helped to integrate the cultures of other world civilizations. They caused China to constantly be at war with other world civilizations. They helped China to establish trade with other civilizations.
How did the Silk Road help China?
The Silk Road was important because it helped to generate trade and commerce between a number of different kingdoms and empires. This helped for ideas, culture, inventions, and unique products to spread across much of the settled world.
How are nonverbal cues used in Chinese culture?
In the Chinese culture, information and nonverbal cues are communicated through the eyes rather than through expressive smiles or frowns which Western cultures and Americans use to communicate. However, it is also true that direct and prolonged eye contact is avoided in China.
How is physical contact different in China and other Asian countries?
Although attitudes toward physical contact and spatial difference are gradually becoming less low-contact in China and other Asian countries, affectionate touching and public displays of affection remain very different compared to western cultures.
How did the culture of China influence Australia?
The Chinese culture influenced Australia in terms of cuisine, technology, religion, customs and of course, products. Also, keep in mind that the Chinese government also keeps close ties with the Australian and hence a lot of trade has been made and continued to do so.
How did ancient China interact with other societies?
From the second century BC to the fifteenth century AD, splendid civilizations among China, India, Greece, Persia and Rome were exchanged along this famous trade route, making the route a great “Cultural Bridge” between Asia and Europe. The cultural exchange between China and the West offered mutual benefit and achieved common progress.