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Transcript of China
In Modern day china some people think that the majority is Buddhism
and others think that it is communism. Statistics of 2010 revealed that 18% of the Chinese are Buddhist, 15% are non-religious and 3.2% are Christian. Finally almost 31% are communism.
China has the fastest major growing economy.
From 2000 to 2005 they gained 9000 RMB Yuan.
It's very slowly leveling out so I believe that in the next five years they will gain around 8700 RMB yuan.
In this rate china will become the largest economy sometime in the early 2020's.
From 1960 to 2010 China has grown from 667.1 million to 1.35 billion. Which is another 683.9 million in less than one hundred years.
Nowadays china is ruled by presidents.
That change happened The Republican Era of China began with the outbreak of revolution on October 10, 1911. It had been preceded by numerous abortive uprisings and organized protests inside China
China's revolution on Oct. 10, 1911
In china they have two types of languages Mandarin and cantonese.
Mandarin is spoken in most of northern and southern China.
is spoken in lingua franca in Guangdong Province and some neighbouring areas, such as the eastern part of Guangxi Province
Nowadays in china they have very developed system:
All citizens must attend school for at least nine years, known as the
nine-year compulsory education
, which the government funds. It includes
of primary education, starting at age six or seven, and three years
of junior secondary education
(middle school) for ages 12 to 15, three years of
which then completes the
Lis shu (Clerkly Script)
. This is the modern Chinese writing system. This set of symbols became popular in part for its flowing script that was fast and efficient to write. Also, this writing system was much easier to use with pens, brushes and paper, which is part of the reason it was adapted as the main Chinese calligraphy method.
Now days they use the yuan which means “people’s currency”. It is worth 0.1771 canadian dollar.
It is believed that in ancient china they have three doctrines: Confucianism,Budhism, and Taoism.
China's government was ruled by dynasties and each dynasty had it's period of time. For example: The shang dynasty which is china's bronze age and the oracle bones. Qin "chin" dynasty: China's name is originated from it and they rebuilt the great wall
In ancient China they invented
1500 BC to 1000 BC: China used Cowry shells as a form of currency.
1500 BC to 1046 BC: China used bronzed shells as a form of currency
900 BC: First metal coins were invented in China.
China’s Technology is already ahead of many other countries. There technology has developed rapidly. They have made rapid advancements. (Mega Bus, Speed trains)
Christianity is growing at a fast rate in China, it can potentially become the largest religion of China, Buddhism is leveling out.