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ANCIENT CHINA-PAPER MAKING

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Gwen Fowler

on 28 November 2014

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Transcript of ANCIENT CHINA-PAPER MAKING

do we still used it today?
when was it invented???
who invented paper making?
Ts'ai Lun made his paper by mixing finely chopped mulberry bark and hemp rags with water, mashing it flat, and then pressing out the water and letting it dry in the sun.
AD 105 is often cited as the year in which papermaking was invented.
how is it used today?
paper making is still used today, it's because it has the importance of process on making paper and for us to write but also it's not just use for writing it can be used in other ways .
ANCIENT CHINA-PAPER MAKING
The invention of paper greatly contributed to the spread and development of civilization. Before its invention, bones, tortoise shells, and bamboo slips were all used as writing surfaces, but as Chinese civilization developed they proved themselves unsuitable because of their bulk and weight. Hemp fiber and silk were used to make paper but the quality was far from satisfactory. Besides, these two materials could be better used for other purposes so it was not practical to make paper from them.
the paper making today is universally used for writing, packaging and used for such many other ways of paper making.
Paper was invented around 100 BC in China. In 105 AD, under the Han Dynasty emperor Ho-Ti, a government official in China named Ts'ai Lun was the first to start a paper-making industry.
BEFORE PAPER?..........WHAT?
HOW WAS PAPER USED?????
what was it used for????
The inventions of paper and printing were to have an enormous impact on people's lives. The earliest paper was made by mixing rags, rope, bark and even fishing nets in a watery solution and crushing the material down to a wet pulp. The disintegrating fibers were used to create sheets of paper, which were used for many things including umbrellas, clothing, toilet paper, curtains, money and wallpaper. Paper revolutionized communication. Traditionally silk had been used for writing, but it was expensive. Paper was cheaper, so more people could afford to use it for writing.

did it improve lives/make life easier?
Paper, not papyrus, has come to touch just about every aspect of our lives, from term papers and books, to money and personal care products. There's never a day, and hardly a waking hour, that isn't made better by paper.
how has it evolved/changed over time???
the practices of making paper have changed throughout the centuries, how the invention spread in every country and how the manual method and the industrial of paper making evolved through out the past years .
what is paper making process like today???
Paper today is made Formed from wood pulp or plant fiber.

Paper is chiefly used for written communication.


Justification

We believe paper needs to be in this exhibition because paper has come to touch almost every aspect of our lives, with out it we would be lost.
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