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Reninger, E. (2011) Exhibit Advertisement 1 Exhibit Advertisement Desiree’ Forgason HUM/205 February 27, 2011 Shannon Rogers
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Exhibit Advertisement 2 I would like to invite the public to come visit the museum next month. We will be exhibiting some art from the Early Chinese and Japanese civilizations. We invite you to come and learn more about these civilizations. As we with the Early Chinese civilization here is a little history of the Early Chinese civilization. It is the world’s oldest civilization, tracing its roots as far back as the fifth millennium B.C.E. The two great philosophical and religious traditions indigenous to China are Confucianism and Taoism. Confucianism is based on the teachings of one man. Taoism is principally concerned with morality and ethical behavior. It is often considered a philosophy rather than a religion. “The Yin Yang painting is a Contemporary Master Reveals the secrets of painting found in Ancient Chinese Philosophy.” (Lombardo, n.d.) “Yin and Yang represent contrasting but complementary principles that sum up
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