The Japanese one's thinner, rounder and shorter and Chinese ones are thicker and squarish, if you're beginner you should start with the Chinese kind.
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There is no difference. Hashi simply means 'chopsticks' in Japanese. The only possible difference would be what they're made of or how they're made, but that varies with the companies that produce them. There is a difference between Japanese and Chinese chopsticks. the big difference is that Japanese chopsticks are blunted to a pointed end, and Chinese chopsticks are blunted to a flat end.
chinese are white and japanese are short
Japanese people are from Japan and Chinese people are from China.
I've never heard of a Chinese geisha. It's a Japanese word, and traditionally a Japanese profession.
there is No difference.
The Chinese and Japanese are two different races from the Asian continent. Chinese people are from China, while Japanese people come from Japan.
THE WORD and THE DRAMA
none find the answer somewhere else The above answer is really mean and unhelpful. The difference between Chinese and Japanese music is that the Chinese use the pentatonic major scale and the Japanese use the pentatonic minor scale. HopeI helped! AliceAnswers :]
Japanese music and Chinese music are very similar. The only real difference is that Japanese music uses more big drums, flutes and lighter string sounds.
a ninja is a Japanese fighter and a samurai is a Chinese fighter
Japanese people look very similar to chinese people and korean people. The difference is the language and food.
One is in Japan and the other is in China, QED.
simple, nothing that is what!hear that look at the little writing.
They both include red and yellow colors in their art.
Traditional Chinese music uses the pentatonic major scale, while traditional Japanese music uses the pentatonic minor scale.
Chinese are from china and Japanese are from japan
The Chinese and the Japanese are two entirely different people and cultures. Therefore, the literature will be different, written by two different people's authors.
Chinese people don't always wear their traditional clothing, they sometimes wear their casual cloths... just like our every day clothes, same with the Japanese. For formal wear the difference between them is - Japanese wear: * kimonos * platform shoes * black hair and white makeup Chinese wear: * Hanfu * blossom dresses (cheongsam) made out of silk
It's difficult for people of Western origin to see the difference, but many Japanese, Chinese, and Koreans can tell the difference right away. Physically, the eyelids are different. Culturally, the way they dress, act, and present themselves is also an indicator.
The difference between checkers and Chinese checkers is that Chinese checkers are used with marbles.
Yen is the Japanese currency whereas yuan is the currency used in China.
the breed of tree. the fragrance and shape is slightly different too
just the shape of there eyes <seriously this is why the U.S. education system is failing... culture, language, social practices, religion, social responsibility, laws, family culture, geographical location, what more do you need to see what the differences between the Japanese and the Chinese are?
Japanese buddhism has more empathy than Chinese Buddhism and Japanese Buddhism is more orderly.
Dojo is the Japanese word for 'a place to learn the way'; Dojang is the Korean word for this and Kwan is the Chinese word.