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ŠkolaStřední průmyslová škola Zlín Název projektu, reg. č.Inovace výuky prostřednictvím ICT v SPŠ Zlín, CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ Vzdělávací oblast Jazykové vzdělávání a komunikace Vzdělávací oborAnglický jazyk Tematický okruhOslavy TémaOslavy Tematická oblastOslavy NázevChinese weddings AutorMgr. Jitka Javorová Vytvořeno, pro obor, ročníkBřezen 2013, stavebnictví, 1. ročník AnotacePrezentace – Chinese weddings Přínos/cílové kompetenceRozšíření učiva učebnice Opportunities, M 5, Celebration VY_32_INOVACE_16_03
A EUROPEAN PAINTING OF AN EMPERROR OF CHINA INSPECTING HIS FANTASY FISHING FLEET WITH HIS CONCUBINES
A Qing Dynasty wedding. The groom's parents are seated. The bride is the one in the centre wearing a red dress and blue headpiece, presenting tea to her mother-in-law. The groom usually wears a sash forming an "X" in front of him. Sometimes the "X" includes a giant bow or flower, though not in this picture.
six rituals, generally known as the three letters and six etiquettes ( 三書六禮 ).
FOOD A Chinese wedding reception typically has nine or ten courses. Expensive dishes such as shark fin, abalone, lobster, jumbo shrimp, squab, sea bass, orsea cucumber are common on a wedding banquet menu. A whole fish, chicken, or pig means luck and completeness in Chinese wedding culture. Traditionally, after the fifth dish of the dinner, the groom and bride and their families will approach each table to toast the guests. Very often, the bride will change into a traditional Chinese red wedding dress ( 鳳褂, or qipao) at that time, if she has been wearing a different style of clothing before. Guests are welcome to take leftovers home. Taking home the remaining food indicates appreciation of the groom and bride’s choice of food. About twenty minutes after the tenth (last) dish is served, the groom and bride, along with their families, will line up at the entrance/exit to bid the guests farewell and thank them for coming. It is not polite to leave before the last dish is served.
CHINESE TEA CUPS
A tea house in Shanghai, China.
A tea house in Nanjing Presidential Palace Garden
A hostess serves tea at a traditional Chinese tea house
GIFTS Unless the wedding couple has a wedding registry, it is best not to give gifts or gift certificates. For Chinese weddings, cash or a cheque is always the best gift. In addition to that, some elder relatives might also give gold jewelry. The cash or cheque should be in ared envelope or red pocket with the givers' names on it, and it is always given when signing in at the restaurant.
SUPERSTITIONS. In choosing the amount of money to give, givers scrupulously avoid unlucky numbers, such as 4 and favor combinations of lucky numbers, such as 8 and 9. Also, white envelopes are never used to wrap gifts for a wedding or other joyful event, as the color white is associated with death.
QUESTIONS Where is China situated? Describe the flag! Do you know any historical facts? Can you talk about the traditions before the wedding? What do they eat at the reception? What kind of present would you bring? Is it polite to leave during the reception? Do you believe in unlucky numbers?
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