1.元宵节: Lantern Festival
4.清明节：Tomb Sweeping Day
6.书 法： Calligraphy
7.对联：(Spring Festival) Couplets
12.风水 ：Fengshui/Geomantic Omen
13.昆曲 ：Kunqu Opera
14.长 城 ：The Great Wall
15.集体舞 ：Group Dance
16.黄土高原 ：Loess Plateau
17.红臼喜事：Weddings and Funerals
19.花鼓戏：Flower Drum Song
23.武打片：Chinese Swordplay Movie
24.元宵：Tangyuan/Sweet Rice Dumpling (Soup)
27.江南：South Regions of the Yangtze River
28.《诗经》：The Book of Songs
30.《史记》：Historical Records/Records of the Grand Historian
31.《红楼梦》：A Dream of Red Mansions
32.《西游记》：The Journey to the West
33.除夕：Chinese New Year's Eve/Eve of the Spring Festival
35.唐三彩 ：Tri-color Pottery of the Tang Dynasty/ The Tang Tri-colored pottery
36.二人转 : Errenzhuan
40.黄梅戏 :Huangmei Opera
41.火 药 ：Gunpowder
42.农历 ：Lunar Calendar
44.腊 八 节 ：The laba Rice Porridge Festival
45.京 剧 ：Beijing Opera/Peking Opera
46.秦腔 ：Crying of Qin People/Qin Opera
48.《本草纲目》: Compendium of Materia Medica
49.天坛 ：Altar of Heaven in Beijing
Protect Traditional Chinese Culture
The protection of national and folk culture is of great significance to Chinese cultural diversity and also to the harmonious development between local economic and social development. It is reported that the Guangdong government pays special attention to protecting Chaoju(潮剧)， a local drama born in Chaozhou in the eastern Guangdong province.
In my opinion, some measures should be taken to protect traditional culture effectively. To start with, we should make a law to regulate the society’s performance. Besides, we should draw more people’s attention to it, for the more they know about the importance of culture protection, the stronger support we can get from the public.
In a word, it is high time for us to treasure and develop our own valuable culture.
提示词语：traditional Chinese culture, tea house, Peking Opera, paper cutting
I’m glad that you will come to Beijing soon. There are lots of places of interest in Beijing. In order to experience traditional Chinese culture better, I do recommend Beijing Hutong tour.
First, we’re going to go sightseeing along the lanes in Hutong. The houses in Hutong are traditional, such as Siheyuan. From them, you can imagine how people used to live. Of course you can stop anywhere you like and it is interesting to take pictures or have a close look. Second, we are going to pay visits to a Hutong family. We can have lunch there and have a short talk with the local residents, which can help you learn about many stories of the past. We can not only appreciate the dramatic changes that Hutong has undergone, but also see evidence of the history of Beijing, experience the old way of life and experience traditional Beijing culture.
In a word, Hutongs are the homes of common people in the past. It is easy to know how people lived and had fun in the old days. So it is a good choice to learn about traditional Chinese culture. I’m looking forward to your coming.