Chinese Civilization

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Chinese Civilization

It was known to be the oldest civilization, which formed dynasties all through. This irreplaceable nation had the most important source, silk, that we still use in everyday life. One of the smartest, and detailed regions, known of today. To modern day period, one of Americas biggest commerce, and trade countries of all tools. Though devastated through the industrial revolution, a period of time between the 18th and 19th century. Which made changes in their old way of agriculture, and manufacturing. There magnificent talents, and abstract such as the Great Wall of China, and the invincible Terra Cotta Solders, guarding over Qin Shi Haundgai’s grave; Therefore, these talents erase all triumphs, and disasters, and because of that they still have the world in astonishment. Still there are more unsolved mysteries about this beautiful land.

China’s earliest civilization was during 2100 BCE- 1600 BCE. Enveloped in the Huang River Valley, which is also known as the “yellow river;” However, the Chinese tend to call it their sorrow; Indicating, its damage it has brought upon them from many floods. The main layout of this river was the Himalayas hovering around it. Chinese people used many tools such as leaves to control the river from flooding; Though this river is a tragedy for them in many ways it is also their main resource used for commerce. Just imagining how many ships can sail through there a day is unbelievable. To go in dynast era the first empire during 221BC, in China was controlled by emperor Qin Shi Huangdi. He was mildly cruel, did not have an open-mind set of the world around him, and wanted to increase hard labor; However, with his staggering attitude, and skilled workers, he formed one of the greatest things known to man king, which was the Great Wall of China; Therefore, in his honor there was a great masterpiece of real-life images of soldiers guarding over his grave; Known, as Terra Cotta Soldiers. There may be many...
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