We sometimes become confused after watching China and Japan. So here is the interesting list difference which proves that how both countries ( Japan and China ) are not same.
In China – Peking duck, dim sum, fried rice, century egg and turtle soup
We know only five tastes. Feature of Chinese cuisine is the presence of as many as eight: in addition to sweet, sour, spicy, bitter and salty all Chinese will call you more fragrant taste (well prepared dish has a special flavor), fresh (unlike the taste of rice and bread) and gold (similar to the taste of kumquat ).
In Japan – sushi, rolls and sashimi
The main delights of Japanese cuisine are the dishes of raw fish, the most popular of them – it’s sushi and rolls. During cooking, the fish are not subjected to heat treatment to preserve its natural taste. Also in Japan, like when the meal consists of many small dishes – so that you can appreciate the art of the cook and do not overeat. In the classic version on the table at a Japanese aristocrat stood 15-20 small dishes.
The most interesting thing is that sometimes the treasure is almost under our noses. And we dont knows it. So here are some great treasures which are found around our world. And they are found from very common places.
The treasure in the basement of a building in the town of Sroda Slaska
In 1985, for the repair of old buildings come from the builders, which are found in the basement of the treasure, dating from the beginning of the XIV century. The walled vase was more than 3,000 rare coins, medallions and gold crown. The find is estimated at $ 150 million. Currently treasure exhibited in the Museum of Wroclaw.
The housing market can be divided into normal, where real estate is bought and sold ordinary mortals, and exclusive, where the rich and famous spend enormous sums for the purchase of palaces with an area greater than that of the zoo. We bring you 15 of such houses in the US, which can be purchased now.
If you are afraid of the altitude, then immediately turn away their eyes, because this Chinese bridge could well be your worst nightmare. The fact that it is attached to more than 1,400 meters above sea level, on a mountainside is already, in itself, quite scary, but in addition, it is a glass bridge, which is simply terrifying. Installed on the side of the Tianmen mountain in Zhangjiajie National ForestPark in Hunan Province, the bridge is 100 meters long and 1.6 meter wide. It is known as the gateway to the Cliff Dragon Sinuous.
Engraving is one of the oldest methods of decoration any subject. The basis of this method is stone and metal processing, and over time, people have learned to handle and glass. People doing beautiful things that surround them. The first drawings were scratched conventional cutter, setting off a great art. Gradually engraving process reached greater and greater heights. In place of the scratched figures came drawings, in which scratches were covered with dyes and enamel. This gave realistic drawing of the image, and it began to play with new colors. Later, masters of their craft began to use this process of engraving precious metals like gold and silver.
Valley of the pitchers is located in Laos, in the province of Xieng Khouang. A group of sites with historical and archaeological monuments, is a very mysterious place, across the valley scattered huge number of giant stone jars, which tied a lot of secrets, how they are having who could create them, and what they were used for. Stone jars are scattered at the foot of Annamskogo ridge separating Laos and Vietnam. On the territory of the valley is more than 60 sites with pitchers, more of them located in Xieng Khouang province. More of them located in Xieng Khouang province, but they are also found in Thailand and in northern India. The largest group of pitchers found near the town of Phonsavan is called “the first landing,” there are about 250 pots. Dimensions pitchers range from one to three meters and a weight of about 6 tons, their shape is also diverse – rectangular or round, are found in the valley of drives that are likely to serve as covers for these pots. The material for the manufacture of pitchers as the analysis of researchers, used rocks, granite, sandstone or calcified coral.
Opal is composed of small beads of silica – alpha-cristobalite – low temperature, but tightly closed in a waterproof casing. Between these “beads” have cavities that contain a small amount of water. Reflection of light on the surface of the opal crystallization gives reflections that differ from each stone depending on the “form” created by all the elements described above. There are many types of opal. Opal can be dull and have no value, in which case such opals called “common opal” because only the large stones of bright colors are “semi-precious opals”.