I will pay for the following essay Chines Art. The essay is to be 1 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
ur symbolize the “five virtues”: civil virtues, because its comb makes it look like a mandarin and therefore suggests advancement and promotion. martial virtues, because of its spurs. virtues associated with courage because of its conduct in battle. virtues in association with kindness, because it protects its hens. virtues related to confidence because of the accuracy with which it heralds the dawn. It also spoke of .reliability, epitome of fidelity and punctuality.
Cock fighting is said to be the world’s oldest spectator sport and was entrenched in ancient India, China, Persia, and other Eastern countries, and was introduced into Ancient Greece in the time of Themistocles (c. 524–460 BC). In 1949 Mao Zedong, poet and founder of New China, wrote a verse that included the stanza: “The rooster sings, the bright sky turns.” The rooster is known to be a fierce fighter. this line celebrates its proclamation to the nation of victory over darkness at the start of each day. In this sense the battling rooster is symbolic, but China also has a history of competitive cock fighting that dates back 4,000 years. It is, therefore, deeply rooted in its culture. Goading roosters into fighting is an easy matter, as it is their instinct to ward off any rivals for their hen