Study of


Anthropology(人类学) is the study of the origin and development of human societies and cultures.

Archaeology(考古)is the study of the ancient and recent human past through material remains.


Climatology 气候学 is the study of the atmosphere and weather patterns over time. This field of science focuses on recording and analyzing weather patterns throughout the world and understanding the atmospheric conditions that cause them. Climatology is mainly focused on the natural and artificial forces that influence long-term weather patterns.

Meteorology 气象学 is the study of weather and weather forecasting(short-term weather).

Linguistics, the study of language, gives us a window into the way we communicate. Linguistics involves examining aspects of language like structure, nature, and evolution. EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE

Architecture: style and design of buildings or open spaces.

Literature: written material, including novels, poetry, drama and history.

Technology: the science of using tools and complex machines to make human life easier or more profitable.

Invention: new idea, machine, product, device, or process.

Latin became the basis for a group of languages referred to as the “Romance languages.” These include French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, and Catalan. Many Latin root words are also the foundation for many English words. The English alphabet is based on the Latin alphabet. Along with that, a lot of Latin is still used in the present-day justice system.

Farming(农业): the art, science, and business of cultivating the land for growing crops.

Agriculture(农业): the art and science of cultivating land for growing crops (farming) or raising livestock(ranching, 牧场).

Husbandry(畜牧业): art and science of managing animals.

ethnology 人种学,民族学

History is the study of people, places and events from the past. Experts, such as historians and archeologists, help us understand the past. They examine clues and records from people in the past.

Archaeologist: a person who studies the remains of past human cultures.

artifacts: man-made objects used by past civilizations. Including tools, pottery, clothes, jewelry and even paintings.

B.C.(公元前) stands for “Before Christ”, A.D.(公元后) stands for “anno Domini”

BCE(公元前), CE(公元后)