Cultural Implantation in College English Teaching Based on the Differences Between Chinese and Western Tea Culture

Wenting LIU

Abstract


English teaching in colleges and universities needs Chinese cultural deposits. Chinese culture implantation in college English teaching can also produce a number of positive factors, which play a complementary role in many aspects of college English teaching. Although Chinese and Western tea cultures differ in content, form, history and distribution channels, the degree of attention and recognition of tea culture in China and Britain as big tea consumers are the same. This paper tries to provide a new supplementary way for college English teaching by analyzing the culture of Chinese and Western tea implanted in college English teaching.


Keywords


English teaching; Chinese and Western tea culture; Difference; Cultural implantation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11704

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