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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Asian_cultural_sphere

The "Sinosphere", or "East Asian cultural sphere", refers to a grouping of countries and regions in East Asia that were historically influenced by the Chinese culture. Other names for the concept include the Sinic world, the Confucian world, the Taoist world, and the Chinese cultural sphere, though the last is also used to refer ...

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The Chinese script is the oldest continuously used writing system in the world, and has long been a unifying force in East Asia as the medium for conveying Chinese culture. It's historically used throughout the region, and is still used in by ethnic Chinese throughout the world, as well as in Japan ...

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Summary: The Cultures of East Asia. Name. Date. Cultural Exchange. For thousands of years there has been a cultural exchange among Asians. For example, Japan and Korea use a system of writing taken from China. Japan borrowed ideas from. China about central government, city planning, and painting. Korea uses ...

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East Asian Culture. East Asia is an area usually considered to include China, Japan, North Korea, and South Korea. These countries all have their own distinct cultures. But they do have a few things in common: their strong sense of hierarchy, their respect for authority, and conventions about how to behave in public.

www.britannica.com/art/East-Asian-arts/Common-traditions

East Asian arts - Common traditions: As previously noted, China, Korea, and Japan have been historically close for centuries, thus accounting for their numerous common artistic traditions. ... In 18th-century Japan, a lively and faddish urban culture produced both ukiyo-e wood-block prints and Kabuki. In fact, ukiyo-e artists, ...

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here. East Asian Cultural Themes. A Confucian Region. The heritage and traditions of East Asia owe a great deal to the influence of Confucianism. The cultural development of China, Japan and Korea were all impacted by Confucian philosophy, as of course were the Chinese cultures of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore.

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Sep 16, 2016 ... The East Asian cultural sphere or Sinosphere refers to a grouping of countries and regions in East Asia that were historically influenced by the culture of C...

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Apr 1, 2016 ... Summary. The majority of studies on regional formation in East Asia (both Northeast and Southeast Asia) have focused on economic integration and institutional build-up initiated by states. Developments in the field of contemporary society and culture, however, have been largely overlooked. This study ...

theconversation.com/four-cultural-clashes-that-are-holding-east-asian-employees-back-72661

Mar 5, 2017 ... Cultural misunderstandings are holding back East Asian employees from reaching their full potential in the workplace. This is a problem for employers because employees from East Asian countries such as Japan, South Korea and China, now make a sizeable portion of the workforce. In the Australian ...