Yep! Read the K-Drama one if you haven’t already then come back for the C-Drama version.
Barely concealed plagarism follows
The Odd Things C-Dramas taught me about China!
All warriors in the old days were able to take great leaps and bounds, flying through the air, chasing each other across the tiled roofs of numerous buildings, doing prolonged aerial sideways kicks, all while defying the laws of physics during sword fights and totally kicking butt.
Patients are able to drink medicine and eat large medicine pills while unconscious without choking. This has been a proven treatment seen in most C-Dramas.
All illnesses start with spitting out copious amounts of blood. The amount of blood would normally signify a terminal gastric illness elsewhere in the world, but in China, this is alleviated by feeding medicine to the unconscious patients.
Travelers can march from the tropics to the Gobi in just a day or so even though China is a huge country of about 9.6 million square kilometers.
The clothing in the old days is fabulous with bright colors, wonderful brocades and rich finishes and they go well with the black cactus kicker shoes from the steppes. (The shoes that have the turned up toes which protect delicate tootsies from any wayward cactus spikes when the warriors are leaping about.)
There are so many more important things to add but I’m tired now so you’ll have to add to this list. What are some of the things you’ve leaned from C-Dramas?