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ANCIENT CHINA Patrick Boulanger
and Jacob Wilson http://on.aol.com/video/learn-about-the-history-of-ancient-china-4000-b-c--117506656 http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/religion/
http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/culture/
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/articles/china/ancient-china-economy/2411
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/articles/china/ancient-china-social-classes/2413
http://www.ancientmilitary.com/ancient-china-government.htm Bibliography Buddhism came to China over 2,000 years ago. It was accepted by most Chinese people over time.
They made temples for sacrifices and to worship their Gods. religious By: Patrick Boulanger and Jacob Wilson Ancient China Powerpoint In Tang Dynasty (618 - 907), Jianzhen traveled to Japan to spread Buddhism as well as Chinese culture it took him weeks but finally he managed to spread it to people in Japan.
They made Chinese Lanterns, Dumplings ,(their most famous food), Chinese Kungfu and they made special numbers with colors. cultural China introduced the world to money and coins. They also refer Ancient China to the name of “Spring and Autumn”







Pictured here is Ancient China’s money economic In ancient Chinese society, the Fengjian social structure of circa 1046-256 BCE gave rise to Confucian or Legalist scholars to classification of the Chinese people into four broad categories. They were: The Shi, The Nong , The peasant Farmers, and The Shang. social Ancient China had a government ruled by dynasties. Ancient china’s resources, large areas and large populations ,demanded a really strong central government. When one of these regional dynasties became dominant ,their king would become the emperor. This would cause a ton of disagreements but it was fair. political China today is much different then China in 4000 B.C. Back then they never traded with people out of their country because it would take too long to get to other places. They now trade with: The United States. They trade toys, games, and sports equipment China traded within the continent of Asia like Japan they traded electrical equipment and machinery. Back then they traded fine jewelry. This Is an end to our project. If you liked please look us up on prezi.com and like. THE END
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