Homosexual in ancient China
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...Ancient China Homosexuality like prostitution has always been a part of history. Not just for one country or ethnic origin, butit encompassess the customs and tradtions of all countries. Effiminate behaviors in relation to homosexuals are present in every society, and for men, homosexuality has two (2) main patterns. The first one is the age-dissonant sexual dominance where one of the men is older than the other. In this pattern the older man assumes the role of the "male" in the relationship. But it is important to note that the assumption of being the male partner in the homosexual relationship does not make him different from the men of the general society. The second... HMS Homosexual in Ancient ...
Han Empire (Ancient China)
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...Ancient China) Han Empire was located at the eastern part of Asian continent in northern china around the central plains and referred to as Eastern Eurasia. Ancient China is the longest lasting empire in world history. It united entire China under one rule of Qin dynasty in 221 BC. It ruled China for at least 2000 years before its collapse. At first, its farmlands existed under the rule of the feudal system before civil service officials took over. Civil service officials also collected taxes and did law enforcement. Han Empire had three religions namely Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism, which greatly affected the art and way people lived. However, Chinese did not live... History Q1 Han Empire...
Egypt, Rome, and Ancient China.
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...Ancient China are the most Important Ancient Civilizations Introduction The current civilizations have an immense history as to why Egypt, Rome, ancient China is the most important ancient civilizations. These ancient civilizations’ techniques, concepts, and inventions, enabled humankind advancement and laid the foundation for the life of the modern people. The people who lived during the ancient time lacked written history. During this period, people spend most of the time doing activities such as hunting for food, protecting their lives from wildlife animals, and constructing crude shelters. However, during 5000 BCE, people’s lives began to change slowly (Spielvogel 23). Human... Why Egypt, Rome, and...
Ancient European Civilization Compared to Ancient China
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...Ancient European Civilization Compared to Ancient China Affiliation: Explain the similarities and differences between European Civilization and the Chinese Civilization. There are several similarities in existence between the civilization of Europe and China. One of the dominant similarities involves conquering neighboring states in order to expand their territory. In the European civilization for example, Germans, French and other European nations fought constantly to try and conquer each other’s territory as a way to expand land for settlement and also acquire more power. The Chinese conquered each other (since they were...
Influnce of Confucianism on Ancient China Society
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...China. “They influenced the cultures and governments of Taiwan, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, and several other East Asian countries” (Lefande, pp. 1–10). This influence lasted centuries after the era of Confucius, and are venerated by people all over the world even now. However, to understand the true effect of Confucianism, one must analyze the effect it had on East Asia in the centuries that immediately followed the era of Confucius. The Influences on Society and Government One of the main reasons why Confucianism was so influential among East Asia was because it was based on ancient Chinese values, which are respected... ? Influence of Confucianism Introduction One of the most influential philosophers, to...
The Introduction of Buddhism to Ancient China
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...Ancient China Introduction Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) found Buddhism religion in the northern India in 563-483 BCE. At a young age of 29, he left his children, wife and political activities to seek truth as he lived an ascetic life, which was accepted to him. Although he studied Brahmanism, he rejected it and reached enlighten as he assumed the title of Buddha which means one who is awakened. He commanded large following until the time of his death after which the council of Buddhist Onk collected and recorded his teachings as well as his oral traditions in the written form. That was how the religion began, and it has since moved and spread to all parts of the world... The Introduction of Buddhism to...
Sex segregation in ancient China (Song Dynasty)
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...ancient China (Song Dynasty) Proposal According to my proposal, Sex-segregation should be encouraged. This segregation is based on sex. For example in prisons, men and women should be separated so as to avoid engagement and the temptation to illegal sex in the prisons. This can cause unexpected pregnancy to women being prison and thus adds other disasters to them. At home also sex segregation is important. It is used to make sexes cover their occupations as required. A mother is supposed to stay at home, caring for the babies, make sure that there is general cleaning around the compound, and prepare food for their husbands, and so on. This makes them not to collide... by historical...
The Social Changes of Song Dynasty in Ancient China
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...Ancient China The song dynasty is one of the most brilliant and prosperous era in the history of ancient China. The period is marked by great achievements in science and technology, commerce, arts and other social areas. The dynasty rose to power in 960. Its founding emperor was Song Taizu. The song dynasty is sometimes referred to as China’s age of invention. It was a vibrant period marked by economic prosperity and great technological innovations. Science and Technology The compass, gun powder, paper making and printing were the four great inventions marking great achievements presented to the world by the people of China... Chinese Civilization 20 March The Social Changes of Song Dynasty in Ancient...
The Forbidden City: Symbol of Imperial Power in Ancient China
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...Ancient China In ancient China, the Forbidden City was the palace for emperors of the Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. It was built by the third Ming emperor Yongle who, upon usurping the throne, decided to move the capital from Nanjing to Beijing. Since the emperor would move to the new capital city, a new giant palace was needed for him to settle and deal with the affairs of state, so the Forbidden was also served as a ceremonial and political center of the government. The Forbidden City was not merely a place of residence for the emperor and his family; rather, it was a representation... of the power of the Ming Empire. The great royal power can be seen from the origin of the name of...
Women in ancient China were treated unequally to men
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...Ancient China Humans have the propensity to alter their behavior, beliefs, morals and ethics based upon real or perceived societal pressures because of the fundamental and universal need for acceptance by social peers. The failure to comply with conventional ‘norms’ of society often results in serious consequences; the most disconcerting is the segregation from and vilification of a desired group. People will go as far as to alter their deepest belief system and innermost values to be accepted by their friends, neighbors, community and those considered to be superiors. A person may often comply when prompted to act in a certain way by another whether or not they believe it is the correct... Women in...
Ancient China: How was Buddhism, originally an Indian religion, adapted to Chinese culture?
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...Ancient China: How was Buddhism, originally an Indian religion, adapted to Chinese culture? Introduction Adaptation to culture from the religious perspective is the toughest of the options for an individual as well as for the society. Buddhism arrived in China from India through the good work by the missionaries and the supportive role of the traders, the route being the Silk Route, which connected China with Europe. This major development that left deep impact on the cultural life of China shaped during the Han Dynasty rule from 202 BC—220 AD. Though it made the introductory start during the reign of Han Dynasty, it has to wait till the decline... of this dynasty to take roots challenging...
I need 3 civilizations Egypt, Rome and Ancient China in thesis statement for my 5 paper I hv to write.
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...ancient China were among the first civilizations originating between 3500 and 3000 B.C. Despite this similarity, their geographical locations differ in that the Mesopotamia is located between Euphrates and Tigris while Egypt lies within the Nile Valley. The two regions have much in common. For instance, in Mesopotamia and Egypt, a theme of religion was common in their daily lives in that they shared a common trust and belief in the Supreme Being (Leakey 23). Egyptian civilization In Egypt, people build up settlements along riverbanks. The main activity of inhabitants of this area was agriculture, which depended on seed production. The practice of agriculture was the basis... to calculate...
Compare the role of Confucianism in ancient China and Japan. How did Confucianism affect the lives of people and what contributions did this religion make to cultures of the countries and what ways did they influence the native religions?
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...China. These ideologies also spread to Japan, which was a very young country at this point. While the teachings of Confucius were very important to China, because they brought about change in the country, they were more important in ancient Japan because they were one of the starting points of morality in the country and many of these ideals are still present... that Confucius had on the people of ancient Japan was far greater than the impact that he had on the people of ancient China. Works Cited Bellah, Robert N. Imagining Japan: The Japanese Tradition and its Modern Interpretation. Los Angeles: University of California Press....
Shift from the past in ancient china to nowadays in terms of technology, goverment, social, and economic has affected the position of Temple of heaven, Beijing, China in front of the chinese people's idea about the spacef
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...China attempts to accommodate the global citizenry on its space. The site of construction as chosen by the Emperors further explains the link between the religious functions and politics to the governance of the people of the day. Construction at the Forbidden City’s space with an allocation of over 273 hectares of land illustrates the magnitude of the responsibility of the temple as a sociocultural icon in Chinese civilization (Beijing Xindong para.1). According to its large size, the Temple of Heaven ranks among the largest world monuments of ancient sacrificial... Temple of Heaven, Beijing Background Information The Great Chinese Empires withheld the Chinese traditional culture and architecture in...
Religion and Philosophy in Ancient India and China
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...ancient India, their scales, characters, themes and tones are dissimilar. The rest of this essay will flesh out this position. In Shakuntala, a salient philosophical debate is whether the titular character is a victim of misfortune (as in encountering an ill-tempered Sage Durvasa) or had let herself down (by living in her fantasies when Sage Durvasa visits her hermitage). Author Kalidasa doesn’t concern himself with answering this question, making it less... Ramayana and Shakuntala: A Comparison Both Ramayana and Shakuntala are great works of artistic and philosophical merit. Originally written in Sanskrit close to two millennia ago, their authorship and date of origin are both speculative and...
Ancient Chinese Contributions. Essay. To win a trip to China, you enter a contest to determine the four most useful contributions or inventions created by the ancient Chinese. (1) Identify eight to ten of these useful inventions or contributions. (2) Nomi
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...Ancient Chinese Contributions The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to identify eight to ten of ancient Chines useful inventions or contributions; (2) to nominate four that one believes are the most ingenious or innovative; (3) to explain why one believes these four inventions or contributions are the most useful inventions or contributions from the ancient Chinese; and (4) to identify one invention or contribution that one cannot live without and explain why. Ancient Chinese Contributions Identification of Ten Useful Inventions or Contributions China has made a number of inventions and...
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...Ancient Chinese Contributions Essay An Assignment Submitted by of Establishment XXXX, Section XXXX, Fall Ancient Chinese Contributions Essay It is necessary to stress that a lot of things people use in everyday life take their roots from ancient China. They are the following ones: abacus, kite, paper, silk, compass, printing, gunpowder, fireworks, umbrella, porcelain and rudder. All of them are rather important and it is practically impossible to imagine human life without them. Not by chance Chinese culture and history attracts so much attention. China is the motherhood of various objects that have become...
Bronze Mirrors of Ancient Chinese Art
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...Ancient Chinese Art China is famous for its beautiful and or ntal Ancient culture and art. The creation of bronze, an alloy made from the combination of copper and tin, is seen to be the turning point in China's culture (Clunas 2009). The use of this expensive material showed the skill and creativity of the Chinese craftsmen. Bronze is a durable material allowed archeologists to derive a deeper understanding of the historical and modern significance of these bronze objects. Daily domestic objects were also made of bronze. Four thousand years ago, the Qijia culture introduced bronze mirrors in China (Xiaoxiang 2006). In the beginning, bronze mirrors had a very low and rough... Bronze Mirrors of Ancient ...
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...ANCIENT CHINESE CONTRIBUTIONS TO CIVILIZATION (Discoveries, Ideas, Inventions, and Innovations) of (affiliation) Location of University: Professors Name: March 01, 2014 Estimated word count: 1,271 (text only) Introduction The Chinese civilization is today generally considered as the world oldest continuously existing civilization, going back to at least 7,000 years; it had developed to a high degree independently without any external influences as ancient China considered itself as the Middle Kingdom and the center of the known universe. All people who were not of Chinese extraction blood, or descent were all considered as uncouth,...
Ancient Chinese Contributions
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...Ancient Chinese Contributions The instructions indicated that to win a trip to China, one hypothetically enters a contest to determine the four most useful contributions or inventions created by the ancient Chinese. In this regard, the current essay hereby aims to: (1) identify eight to ten of these useful inventions or contributions; (2) nominate four that one believes are the most ingenious or innovative; (3) explain why one believes these four inventions or contributions are the most useful inventions or contributions from the ancient Chinese; and (4) identify one invention or contribution that one cannot live without...
Ancient Chinese Contributons
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...Ancient Chinese Contributions Introduction History claims that China is the mother of all tools and equipment we use today in homes, industries, offices and every other place. This means that the ancient Chinese people greatly influenced today’s world because they made a great contribution to the industrialization and modernization of it. This paper will give an analysis of the top-rated ancient Chinese inventions and contributions as well as outline their use and importance to people’s daily lives in the current society. Eight useful Chinese inventions/contributions China’s inventions and contributions...
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...Ancient Inventions by the Chinese: Functions and Roles of these Technologies Ancient China had invented many and varied technologies. For the modernmind, this is a bit surprising. Technologies of today are usually invented or developed by the West. The productions of papers, books, cloths, televisions, computers, and even high-power guns are done from the Western World. Conversely, it is interesting to learn how ingenious and innovative the ancient Chinese were. Of the numerous technologies, I will only identify ten of the most ingenious and innovative inventions ever invented in China. The categories for selecting these ten inventions are the technology’s function and role in the lives... of...
Modern Fashion in China
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...ancient Chinese clothes and the modern fashion designers in China have attempted to revive this concept. The contemporary Chinese clothing is enchanted with the combination of modern fabrics and classical patterns of embroidery and weaving. The image of clouds and classic dragon are some... 18 March Chinese clothing and fashion One of the most essential and distinguishing features of the Chinese culture is the Chinese dress. The Chinese history lays great account of special attention paid towards the attire. There have occurred a lot of changes in the Chinese clothing over the centuries. Every time it has changed, the change has been for better. “Elegant Chinese Dresses accentuate a womens curves while...
Ancient Chinese Contributions
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...ancient China. (Bodde, 1942). This list is by no means exhaustive: some other Chinese contributions are the philosophic doctrines of Confucianism and Taoism, the civil service examination, paper money, matches, the seismograph, stirrups, plowshares and calligraphy. (Caldwell and Fullem, 2006). The Han dynasty (202 B.C. – 220 A.D.) remains one of the most prolific contributors to civilization. The Silk Road, papermaking, iron technology, glazed pottery, the wheelbarrow, the seismograph, the compass, ships’ rudder, horse stirrups, the Chinese examination system, weaving and embroidery are all contributions from this period. (Caldwell and Fullem, 2006). Of...
Ancient Chinese Contributions
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...ancient China. (Bodde, 1942). This list is by no means exhaustive: some other Chinese contributions are the philosophic doctrines of Confucianism and Taoism, the civil service examination, paper money, matches, the seismograph, stirrups, plowshares and calligraphy. (Caldwell and Fullem, 2006). The Han dynasty (202 B.C. – 220 A.D.) remains one of the most prolific contributors to civilization. The Silk Road, papermaking, iron technology, glazed pottery, the wheelbarrow, the seismograph, the compass, ships’ rudder, horse stirrups, the Chinese examination system, weaving and embroidery are all contributions from this period. (Caldwell and Fullem, 2006). Of...
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...Ancient Chinese Inventions Your It’s a common perception that all ancient civilizations were primitive, but it is not true for Chinese civilization at all. Their scientific and technological innovations and discoveries are innumerable, in fact, modern world innovations owe a great deal to China. The paper explores Chinese achievements and inventions and highlights four major inventions that made great contributions to human civilization. . Ancient Chinese Inventions Ancient Chinese were extremely innovative and most of their discoveries are still in use. We can trace the origins of many sciences in...
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...Ancient Chinese invention, and as I sip my morning tea I always reflect on the debt we owe to this clever and resourceful civilization. References Deng, Y. (2011) Ancient Chinese Inventions. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press Kelun, C. (2004) Chinese Porcelain: Art, Elegance and Appreciation. San Francisco, CA: Long River Press. Liyao, L. (2011) Top 10 greatest inventions of ancient China. Retrieved from: http://www.china.org.cn/top10/2011-03/04/content_22054243.htm [Accessed 23 November 2013].... ? Assignment 2: Project Paper Ancient Chinese Contributions Introduction The modern world is full of wonderful devices and ideas which allow societies to create...
Chinese history--- Is Modernizing the Ancient Possible?
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...Ancient Possible? The study aims atlooking at some of the contrasting views of modernizers and the neo-Confucians in China as it tries to resist collapse as an industrial nation despite the country being endowed with a lot of resources. This is dated back to the 20th century during the time Europe and the rest of the world traded in a variety of items. This has widely drawn a lot of interest as scholars try to study the factors that led to the Chinese response to the West, something which widely lies on the need to protect its cultural traditions of Neo-Confucians and the religious connotation. China stuck to the Confucian... Insert Insert Grade Insert Insert Chinese history--- Is Modernizing the Ancient ...
Ancient chinese civilization
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...Ancient China had given the world a lot of useful inventions too, such as the use of paper, the introduction of currency and coinage, its discovery of gunpowder, a cultural heritage like the Great Wall of China built by the emperor Shih Huang Ti whose fairly-recent discovery of his impressive funerary arrangements in a big burial compound containing an impressive array of a terra-cotta army consisting of an 8,000+ life-sized warriors, 400 horses and 100 chariots had astounded archaeologists and historians alike, and the first use of a bureaucracy in the form of civil service to administer an empire. It is said Shih Huang Ti searched for an elixir of youth to attain immortality... Full (phone no. &...
Pottery Statues of Ancient Chinese Art
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...Ancient Chinese Art The Chinese Art is very famous all over the world which began long ago. This country became popular mainly by its art and sculpture. Chinese arts were handcrafted by professional artists and these arts were very superior and gorgeous. They were experts in producing pottery as well as painted pottery. But now there are no such qualified and skilled artists so these arts are vanishing at this time. Nowadays Chinese pottery arts have high demand in the market as these arts are now rare collections from the traditional early China. For giving gifts, people are mainly buying Chinese ornaments and collectibles. There are various arts like painted potteries, folk arts... Pottery Statues of...
Ancient Chinese Contributions
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...ancient China. Once again, the invention of gunpowder has allowed the remainder of society to develop powerful weaponry and complex artillery that rely upon the explosive power that it represents. From the standpoint of beauty and artistry, it was the Chinese that first synthesized and began the production of silk. Once prized as the most expensive fabric on earth, so is now evidenced throughout the world and still commands a premium as compared to other fabrics. Although oftentimes wrongly attributed to the Arab culture, it was in fact... ?But whereas it can definitively be said that each and every world culture has contributed at least something with regards to the way in which humanity currently...
Women roles
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...ancient China Families in ancient China expected their daughters to do labor for the family and provide for the family. This was an important reason why poorer families in ancient China had to wait longer than... Expectations regarding the role of women by their families in India The families of the bride as well as the groom have a lot of expectations from the bride. Women are expected to be submissive, understanding, cooperative, compromising, and skilled in every household matter. Women in India are expected to depend upon men in almost every matter of life. Although roaming about of women on their own is considered a sign of modernity and perceived as self-confidence on the part of the women, yet it ...
Expectations regarding the role of women by their families in India
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...ancient China Families in ancient China expected their daughters to do labor for the family and provide for the family. This was an important reason why poorer families in ancient China had to wait longer than the richer... ?Expectations regarding the role of women by their families in India The families of the bride as well as the groom have a lot of expectations from the bride. Women are expected to be submissive, understanding, cooperative, compromising, and skilled in every household matter. Women in India are expected to depend upon men in almost every matter of life. Although roaming about of women on their own is considered a sign of modernity and perceived as self-confidence on the part of the...
Astoronomy
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...China Introduction Whenever we think of Astronomy, the s of Galileo, Kepler, and other Europeans always come up in mind. This is understandable since these men indeed have contributed immensely in this field. However, we ought to acknowledge also the contributions by other non-European cultures. In this paper, we shall survey some important contributions of ancient China to Astronomy. I acknowledge that the content and material presented herein are by no means exhaustive, but I do hope that they provide enough motivation for the average reader to read and explore ancient astronomy across all cultures. Astronomical Philosophy Ancient Chinese thought Heaven to be of a round... Overview of Astronomy in...
History Questions
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...Ancient Greece had no central political system hence lacked unity and was characterized by policies of humanistic and secular. Ancient Greece only took part in art and trade as the primary social activities and this system led to no significant economic achievement characterized by less population and high poverty. The two societies that showed long stability history and imperial dynastic rule are Ancient Egypt and Ancient China. Ancient Egypt had a precious natural resource... Question Two societies that lacked strong political unity are Ancient Summer and Ancient Greece. Mesopotamia is characterized by the lack of proper natural borders to define its territory, no raw materials, and so it depended on...
The Hundred Schools of Thought (Ancient Chinese Philosophies)
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...Ancient Chinese Philosophies) Introduction The Hundred Schools of Thought or simply the traditional Chinese philosophies refer to schools and philosophers that are remembered for the way they flourished in the historical period between 221 BC and 770BC. This was during the Autumn and Spring as well as a period of warring states characterized by an era of intellectual and cultural expansion in Ancient China. Though the period also experienced a number of bloody battles and chaos, it is still appreciated as Chinese philosophy golden age due to its remarkable range of ideas and thoughts that were discussed and developed freely1... for numerous schools of thought dissemination. The contention of...
Describing how the civilizations were similar and how they differed
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...Ancient Empire Civilization can be referred to as the development and growth of a community to a certain level of complexity. In order for a human community to undergo civilization, a numerous number of elements should join. The elements may include the existence of settlements, adequate production of food for the entire community among others. The essay focuses on comparing the difference as well as the similarity in four empires that existed on the ancient world. First, the development of civilization during the ancient China happened just like it happened in place such as Mesopotamia and Egypt among others. The civilizations extended and some areas developed dependently... and together...
Sex in Contemporary China
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...China The modern world is characterized by the existence of many cultures. This is because various parts of the world have developed independently, and in the course of their development, they have adopted unique ways of interacting with their environment. On the other hand, the various environmental conditions have helped in shaping up peoples attitudes and beliefs, which have had profound influences on how they respond to the environment. The technological advances have led to a free world where people have access to a lot of information. Exposure has led to the emergence of certain practices in the world that never existed in the ancient world. The Chinese people are revered... Sex in Contemporary...
Ancient Villages in Southern Anhui - Xidi and Hongcun
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...Ancient Villages in Southern Anhui - Xidi and Hongcun In the face of rapid modernization occurring in all parts of the world, it has become imperative to do our utmost to conserve our ancient civilizations and cultural heritage. Recognizing this, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has inscribed 911 properties from around the world, having outstanding universal cultural and/or natural heritage value, in The World Heritage List (World Heritage Convention, WHC, 2010). Forty sites in the list are located in China, which ranks third in the world. China's civilization is believed to have...
Trade relations between India and China from the beginning to 1500 AD
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...China Trade Relations Introduction India and China were considered to be ancient seats of learning and enlightenment. Both countries were considered to be the core contributors of the global economy. For that reason, India and China share an inherent sense as the greatest and flourishing civilizations. Trade relations between the two civilizations existed for a long period of time in history. There was considerable economic interaction between the two. For example, the fishermen of Malabar Coast still employ fishing nets called Chinese nets which have their origins from China. Indian religious artifacts...
World Civilization I
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...ancient China looks like that of Vedic India. This is evidenced by the social structure of China first having the kings and nobles in the highest level, then the lords and warriors, and finally the peasants in the lowest class. The roles of leaders in ancient China were also well stipulated. The kings led to government, the lords paid taxes to the kings as well as provided warriors to protect the land, and the peasants worked for the kings. Work Cited Indian History. New York: Allied Publishers. 2012. Print.... World Civilization I The social structure of Vedic India had diverse important features. In the beginning, the government was ruled by chieftains. As time passed, the chiefs advanced and became...
When china rules the world
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...China’s modernity is deeply rooted in its ancient culture and traditions which have greatly influenced its attitudes toward family, work, and politics. China’s beliefs in its culture and tradition have counterbalanced its path towards Westernization and may one day reverse the flow of Westernization. China may not have been democratic while pursuing its path to economic prosperity but it has shown increased self-confidence while projecting its political and cultural identity to the world. Here Jacques says that the world is going through an era of ‘contested modernity’ where our assumptions of what is modernity are being tested. China like so many other... When China Rules the World Order no.442339...
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...Ancient Chinese Inventions”. The speech will describe about the inventions and its importance in the world. Body Invention 1: Paper Paper was invented by Tsai Lun during 105 AD in China that revolutionized the ways of mankind (Yinke, 2011 p. 40). Invention 2: Printing Printing was invented during 868 AD of the Tang Dynasty that accelerated the spread of knowledge enormously (Yinke, 2011 p. 23). Invention 3: Compass Different kinds of compass were invented by Chinese craftsmen during Three... Informative Speech Theme/Outline of Speech The theme of the speech consists of the following. Introduction The topic that has been selected for the speech is “Four Most Valuable...
How has the cultural identity of China responded to and adapted to contact with foreigners?
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...China kept its culture through all these years amidst the salient events that led to the great transformation of China from what it was before, having a weak economy, to what it has become today, a sprawling economic giant in East Asia and these are the issues which this paper intends to present. China’s achievements all these years may be traced from a number of significant events in its history that involved politics, culture and economic reforms that shaped China’s destiny and these can be viewed separately in four phases. First phase involved Ancient... ?Where is China’s Cultural Identity in the Phase of Globalization? The world has watched the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008....
Urban Planning In China
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...China Urban planning in China Historical evolution of the urban planning Widespread urbanization and high-density urban development characterize the current Urban Planning in China. Through the nation evolving history, the philosophies of urban planning and practices transformed due to supremacy and economic structural changes. Since the Peoples Republic of China was founded in 1949, it symbols the foundation of the three main historical stages. They included urban planning philosophies and practices that signify a divergent from the China’s traditional morphology for urban planning primarily categorized as a socialist, amalgam, and universal cities (Wei, 2015). In ancient China... Urban Planning in...
Justice System In China
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...China has seen a series of powerful dynasties, spanning over 4000 years of rich history, and witnessing the implementation of diverse systems of bureaucratic controls (Dammer & Albanese, 2010). Each and every single dynasty in ancient China had their own set of rules and laws comprising of criminal codes and statutes which were binding on all citizens. Some of the most prominent of these statutes include the Yuxing criminal laws established and implemented during the Xia Dynasty; the Tandxing criminal laws established during the Shang dynasty; the Qinlu criminal laws implemented during the Qing... ?Justice system in China “It is the spirit and not the form of law that keeps justice alive” Earl Warren...
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...Ancient Shu Kingdom, 2006, Beijing, Intercontinental publishers). Introduction Sanxingdui is a site that is time-honoured, and its location is in the Guanghan City suburbs of Sichuan Province. The site contains thirty remnants that are culturally dotted. The site contains as well, sacrificial pits, ruins and remnants of old historical city, tombs and residential quarters. Sanxingdui, so far, is the most ancient as well as the largest site in China left by a culture that is not known. This article gives a review summary of the main concerns and the history of sanxingdui (Zhao 5). Sanxingdui The findings of archaeology show... that sanxingdui was a hub that had prospered culturally and was as...
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...ancient China and India, which appear to be similar in various aspects. In the Chinese society, women were supposed to be submissive to their men as exemplified by the tradition of foot binding. While Steele and Major indicate that the idea behind foot binding was not a way of oppressing women, it is essential to point out that this activity is an act of the family’s expectation on women to be submissive to their families. In this case, foot binding was a painful process and the notion in Ancient China that women had to undergo... Expectations Regarding the Role of Women by their Families Different cultures have different expectations regarding the role of women not only in the families, but also in the ...
East Asian History
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...Ancient Chinese Woman Table of Contents Introduction 03 Life of Poor Women in Ancient China 04 Problems and Solutions 08 References 09 INTRODUCTION The paper is dedicated to describe the life of poor ancient Chinese women keeping in mind the traditions and value of women in ancient china. The paper includes every aspect of poor Chinese women from her child hood to married life. In ancient china life of a poor women was much harder and difficult then that of a man. She has to work more hard then her husband or other males. A woman was considered to be the slave of man and she was not allowed to marry if her husband dies... East Asian History Paper Story of Poor Ancient ...
Horses in Han Dynasty China
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...ancient China because of its political, religious, economical aspects. The horse was of crucial... ? The Governor’s Palace, Williamsburg: The Formation of Colonial American Architecture Depiction of the Horse on Han Dynasty Tombs A glimpse on Chinese ancient civilization presents a long history of the role played by the horse in architecture. A deeper analysis reveals that the horse played critical roles in core aspects of the people’s lives. However, one wonders why horse carvings and sculptures were a common feature of the Han dynasty? The depiction of the horse on the tombs translates to a critical role that the horse played in the afterlife. A superficial view of the issue may assume that the horse...
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