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Transcript of China

modern china
Ancient Culture

Made By Emily, Erica, Greg, and Quinton
Chinese recorded history goes back more than 3000 years and if you add archaeological evidence (including Chinese pottery), another millennium and a half, to roughly 2500 B.C. The center of Chinese government moved repeatedly throughout this period, as China absorbed more of eastern Asia. This article looks at the conventional divisions of the history of China into eras and dynasties, starting with the earliest about which we have any information and continuing through to Communist China.
China is one of the countries on the earth where violation of human rights remains to be at a very high level. There are only 4 religions which are recognized by the state, and so they embrace Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, and Taoism. Even though China is a party to 1988s U.N Convention against Torture, it has not made it any better for prisoners. Evidence of torture and several loss of life cases have been reported in the nation, which the state has both denied or refused to take any action.

In China, many festivals take place . The festivals
Are taken seriously and many, if not all participate in it.
China is very well set around traditions. many people have family traditions that they have during those festivals.
In this area will we will show you a few of the many traditions that they practice and share.
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