China is the only country in the world with a literature written in one language for more than 3,000 years. This results largely from the nature of the written language itself. China has a very old and rich tradition in literature, drama and visual arts. Early writings generally originated from philosophical or religious essays such as the works of Confucius and LaoTzu. In addition to philosophical, religious and historical writings, China also produced poetry, novels, and dramas from an early date. Poetry became well established as a literary form during the TangDynasty. Drama is another old and important literary form. Chinese drama usually integrates local language with music and song and thus has been popular with the common people.
可译为a literature written inone language。其中written in one language作后置定语修饰literature。
可译为result from。而result in意为“结果是，导致”。
可译为literature，drama and visual arts。
可译为originate from，也可用spring from来表达。