Characteristics of asian tales
Characteristics of Fairy Tales
Through a study of various Asian folktales, learners will investigate everyday qualities and characteristics that influence society. They will study examples of.
Description:In time, however, local Vietnamese melodies and stories took their place alongside those of Chinese origin; and play scripts, at first filled with Chinese loan words, were rewritten in more colloquial Vietnamese. Powerful religious seers advise them, allies and ministers serve them, crude foreign ogres oppose them, and grotesque, slapstick clown-servants are their attendants. Myanmar has also been exposed to Indian cultural influences. The most often told version introduces a hero: The Culture of India is diverse and a complex mixture of many influences. A third defining characteristic of fairy tales follows organically from the implied oral and popular tradition: The tribal epics that relate the origin of the Ifugao and the Bicolano peoples in the Philippines and a number of animistic stories in Indonesian shadow theatre are indigenous myths of great age, while the widely used, romantic Pandji cycle from Java and the Thai King Abhai Mani and Khun Chang Khun Phan are more recent local legends.