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China

4-30-10
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Taylor Foulk

on 6 May 2010

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China Forbidden City Dynasties Religion EQ: What impression do you think the Forbidden City had on the residents of Beijing and other world leaders?
I think that it did make a good impression because it made people think that they were rich and that made them stand out. EQ Answer: Similarities: Differences:
- It's like the Biltmore House located
in Asheville NC . - It's like a home to emperors. It's like the
White House to the president. - There are many World Heritage Sites in the USA and this is a World Heritage Site. - The USA has never
had emperors. - The country was landlocked. - The Forbidden City
is called the Palace
Museum. We don't have anyone of these in the USA. http://www.tropicalisland.de/Beijing_forbidden_city_palace_b.jpg http://www.thechinaguide.com/forbidden_city/forbidden_city_map_2.jpg Video: http://www.veoh.com/browse/videos/category/educational/watch/v4210898faB7mgDt# EQ: How does religion, values, and beliefs shape life for China's many people? EQ Answer: This shapes their culture because it's what they do. It's also their history. Similarities: Differences: - Shadow & Paper Puppets - Paper Fans - Chinese Art - Language - Some Foods - Operas http://www.nanchang.se/culture/food/chinese_food.jpg http://img.chinaa2z.com/uploadpic/AboutChina/20070925/200709251419114318/20067216391690092.jpg http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00KMCaHzTqhPbj/Ancient-Chinese-Opera-Doll-of-Hu-San-Niang-100-Handmade.jpg Video: http://vimeo.com/2452889 EQ: How did the different dynasties shape early Chinese history? EQ Answer: The way they shaped the
early Chinese history was the
different families who ruled. They were all
different not the same.
Similarities: Differences: - The dynasties are like the
president. There is always
someone new.
- China had a mixture of people. -Great diversity was present
in the dynasties. - They have a new family
every year and the government here does not. - There are no families
in place that rule. - This does not take
place in the USA. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ac/Dynastic_Cycle.JPG http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3037/2401376377_db72dc412f.jpg http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/thumb_238/1203260566AU4u2f.jpg
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