Culture: A way of life in which a group of people share similar beliefs and customs.
A Coggle Diagram about Traditions (Germany: Traditions here include Einheit (Day of German Unity), Weihnachten (Christmas), and Ostern (Easter). , China: Traditions here include The Twelve Zodiac Signs, The Rite of Birth, New Year Paintings, and dragon dancing. and USA: Americans celebrate many holidays, but the most common are Thanksgiving, Groundhog Day, Halloween, and the Fourth of July. ), Language (Germany: Their official language is: German. No other languages are more or less common here. , China: In China, the most common language spoken there is Standard Mandarin. and USA: A vast majority of America speaks English, while other languages may include Spanish, Chinese, German, and French. ), Government (Germany: They have a republic, where the people have as much power as the government does. , China: They are a one-party communist system, because "it theoretically strives for a state in which all citizens are equal in class and economic conditions." (Reference 1) and USA: This place has a democratic government, where the government and the people have an equal share of power. ), Arts (Germany: A famous artist by the name of Albrecht Durer painted a famous oil pastel painting called "Adam and Eve", China: "Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival" is a famous painting in China, painted by a man of the name Zhang Zeduan (Lin 1) and USA: A famous American painting is "American Gothic" by Grant Wood. ) and Religion (Germany: Germany mainly follows Christianity as their main religion. , China: They practice lots of religions, but the main one that most people practice is Taoism. and USA: The majority of Americans believe in Christianity, followed by Muslim and Islam. )