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What are the cultural differences between China and India?
faelanstevie Offline
#1 Posted : Thursday, April 12, 2018 5:59:55 AM(UTC)

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Chinese consume a lot of meat. There is a Chinese saying that the Chinese eat anything that has 4 legs except the table. In India, meat usually means chicken or mutton. Some religions in India require the adherents to be vegetarian. Also there is a ridiculous myth of moral superiority vegetarians feel over their meat eating counterparts. This is more common in Southern and Western India. None of this exists in China. Religious beliefs were practically eradicated as they were classified under the 4 olds during the cultural revolution.
China has a drinking culture. Drinking alcohol is not frowned upon as it is in most parts of India. In most parts of India, the pubs are usually dark, dingy places with low lights, cubicles and closed windows. Most Indian women do not drink. In China most business deals are concluded over a bout of drinking. Baiju is the favorite drink of the Chinese.

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