my country, my people

My country, My people
Uteuliyeva Gulsim
Niketieh Emmanuel
Aktortifan Ridno P
Shinaliyeva Makhabat
Chapter 1
(The Chinese People)
1 North and South
2 Degeneration
3 Infusion of New Blood
4 Cultural Stability
5 Racial Youth
North and South
Northern, and Southern are mega-regions within China. The exact boundary between
two regions is not precisely defined, and the self perception of nation especially
regional stereotypes, often dominated by these two concepts, given that regional
differences in culture and language have historically fostered strong regional identities.
The concept of northern, and southern China originate from differences in climate,
geography, culture, physical traits, and several periods of actual political division in
 Northern is too cold, and dry for rice cultivation and consists largely of flat plains,
grasslands, and deserts.
 Southern is warm, and rainy enough for rice and consists of lush mountain cut by
river valleys.
Degeneration is a highly misleading since the modern man always judges
moral standards by his cleanliness.
It is dangerous to only judge a man's physical and moral sanity by outside
standards. The real of degeneration came from the fear of dirt, pain, and
The real physical and moral health is how well he is able to do his work and
enjoy his life, so that he can survive longer.
Chinese men have adapted himself to a kind of social and cultural
environments that demand a lot of stamina, resistance power, and negative
Chinese men have spent a great part of mental and physical powers to start an
adventure and conquest.
Infusion of New Blood
 The life with Chinese people show to move on a slower,
quieter level, with corresponding mental and moral
habits of a peaceful and negative character.
Infusion of New Blood
 The clearest effect of this ethnological mixture is perhaps to be
found in the linguistic and physical traits of the modern
northern Chinese, altered tones and hardened consonants in the
language, and a taller stature in the people. It was this
amalgamation of foreign blood that accounted for, to a large
extent, the race's long survival.
Infusion of New Blood
 Peace and culture in any country in the world for over
five hundred years are unknown to history and there is
no reason why China should be an exception
 The cycle was then closed with the conquest and
reunification of the whole China by a tribe with a strong
mixture of barbarian blood and foreign customs led by
the great China emperor.
Cultural Stability
 The Chinese people to survive political disasters and
regenerate itself through foreign blood, is partly
constitutional and partly cultural. Among the cultural forces
making for racial stability must be counted first of all the
Chinese family system.
 For the rural ideal of life is part of the social system which
makes the family system the unit, and part of the politic
cultural system which makes lie village the unit.
Racial Youth
“Chinese are culturally old but racially young”, as this theory had been
proven by the modern anthropologists such as Griffith Taylor, and
Havelock Ellis, respectively stating that the Chinese is the youngest
strata among human races, and also characterizes the Asiatics as being
racially infantile.
“a prolonged childhood" is the better term, as being racially infantile in
the sense of retaining some of the adaptability and flexibility before
reaching specialized development.
Chinese race is like the children who live happily in different
civilizations. Chinese race should not always stay and keep close to
primitive habits. They really understand the change of civilizations.
Thank you!
Thank you!
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