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    • Transportation in Ancient China
    • Ships • The Chinese built ships so they could get from one part of the coast to another. • They began building ships in primeval times. • The ships that the ancient Chinese had evolved into the ships that Christopher Columbus would use one day.
    • • About 4,000 to 10,000 years ago, during the Neolithic Age, the Chinese began to make canoes and rafts and travel out to sea. • Research proved that the ancient Baiyue people invented the first water-bound vehicle. This is a picture of a vessel that the ancient Baiyue people would have built.