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  • 1. Ancient Chinese Civilization
    • Carlito Almero
    • History 4
    • Personal Selected Reading
    • October 16, 2011
  • 2. NEOLITHIC CULTURES
    • Between 5000 B.C. to 2000 B.C., Neolithic cultures flourished in several parts of the country.
    • They used stone tools, pottery and with simple agriculture.
  • 3. The Han Dynasty
    • China was finally unified during the Han Dynasty.
    • Chinese population increased under the stability of the Han Dynasty.
    • Development of the foreign trade flourished.
    • Improvised industry assisted the society of China live more closely together.
  • 4. The great wall
    • The Great Wall was built to keep out the barbaric Mongolians from the north.
    • The remarkable architectural design was strategically planned and the wall was built on the steepest edge of the mountainous terrains.
    • Workers were gruesomely treated and those who dared to complain or escape were buried alive.
  • 5. china ruled the seas
    • The Yi peoples were believed to be the world’s first “boat-people.”
    • Their seamanship was astonishing that they were able to sail thousands of miles.
    • Sails, outriggers and other control devices were added to make them more seaworthy and maneuverable.
    • The ship designs are a symbol of the greatness of the emperor’s reign.

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