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China Narrative Essay

Han Silk Road trade route to the west Pre-dynasty Feudalism established Creation Death of Pan Ku Han Liu Bang established a dynasty Ch’in Unification of China; the first fully unified imperial government in Chinese history Qin Shi Huang Di great army, standardized culture, burned confucion books, built great wall of china, searched for immortality, buried […]

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Chinese in America

Guangdong (Canton) The first major immigration wave started around the 1850s. The West Coast of North America was being rapidly colonized during the California Gold Rush, while southern China suffered from severe political and economic instability due to the weakness of the Qing Dynasty government, internal rebellions such as the Taiping Rebellion, and external pressures […]

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Hinduism, Buddism, China Empires MC

85% percent of the population that is hindu Brahma hindu god \”the creator\” Vishnu hindu god \”the preserver\” Shiva hindu god \”the destroyer\” atman every person has an essential self or… recarnation rebirth of the soul dharma the religious and moral duties of an individual moksha hindu principle of non-violence jainism strict practice of non-violence […]

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Chapter 3: China

The \”five relationships\” involve all of the following except The husband was subordinate to the wife During the Shang dynasty, the Chinese Achieved renown for their bronze casting achievements Although not technically rejecting aristocratic rule, Confucius believed that a primary basis for granting the right to participate in government should be Merit First agricultural villages […]

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7.1-5 China

Huang He \”Yellow River-China’s sorrow\” that stretches nearly 3,000 miles across Northern China flowing west to east Chang Jiang Yangzi River that cuts through central China-longest river in Asia, flows from Tibet mountains to Pacific Ocean jade Hard gemstone Xia Dynasty legendary dynasty founded by Yu the Great around 2200 BC Yu the Great legendary […]

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Early China-Chapter 7

Name two rivers important to early Chines civilization Huang He and Chang Jiang The flooding of the river of China helped farmers as it left behind rich topsoil In these river valleys how much of its land could be farmed? 1/10 What geographical features shaped China’s civilization? mountains, desert, and rivers The kings of the […]

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Chapter 24 – China

The Ming emperor Yongle moved the capital to Beijing Which of the following is not true of the Manchus? They rejected Confucian principles in favor of a Mongol-style tribal council. Which of the following is true of the scholar-bureaucrats of China? They were independent warlords, far from court and above the law. Which of the […]

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Section 3: early civilization in china

Zhongguo Middle kingdom Shang One of the first dynasties and gained control of corner of northern china Yin and yang Belief that this was how the universe was balanced Zhou Set up feudalism Mandate of Heaven Divine right to rule Clan Groups of families who claimed a common ancestor Oracle bone Animal bones that priests […]

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ch.8 & ch.9 indian ocean commerce and china

what lay beyond the emergence of Silk Road commerce, and what kept it going for so many centuries? -cultures produces products and goods other cultures desired -unity and coherence -long distance trade was efficient -linked pastoral and agricultural societies because they depended on each other -demand for more goods what made silk such a highly […]

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Chapter 4 Unit 4 The Unification of China

Confucius China’s most influential scholar. He had a scholarly life, studying and teaching history, music, and moral character. Filial piety to respect ones parents and ancestors…meant devoting oneself to one’s parents during their lifetimes and honoring their memories after death through the performance of certain rituals. Bureaucracy a trained civil service, or those who run […]

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Chapter 17: The Development of the West and Chapter 18: The Machine Age

Life for Indians of the Northwest centered on salmon Indians of the Southwest placed great value on sheep The most common crop raised by the western Indian tribes was corn Everyday life for Indians of the Great Plains centered on the buffalo From the 1860s to the 1880s the federal government believed that the Indians […]

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CHIN 102 Austin College Campus

(Abell) 图书馆 Abell túshū guǎn (Abell Library) (Adams) 中心 Adams Zhōngxīn (Adams Center) (Apple) 运动场 Apple Yùndòngchǎng (Apple Stadium) (Baker) 运动场 Baker yùndòngchǎng (Baker Athletic Field) (Baker) 宿舍男的 Baker sùshè nán de (Baker Residence Hall for Men) (Ella Barker) 记忆的花园 Ella Baker jìyì de huāyuán (Ella Barker Memorial Garden) (Bryan) 公寓 Bryan gōngyù (Bryan Apartments) […]

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ECNU Documentary (College Life in China for Foreign Students)

生活 shēng huó (life) 太 tài (too) 吵 chǎo (noisy) 热 rè (hot) 多 duō (many; much) 少 shǎo (few; a little) 小 (xiǎo, small) 宿舍 sù shè (dorm) 比较 bǐ jiào (comparatively speaking) 走路 zòu lù (to walk) 路 (lù; road) 好玩 hǎo wán (funny) 聊天 liáo tiān (to chat) 休息 xiū xi (to […]

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Chapter 7 – Launching the Nation

Who was unanimously elected by the electoral college in January 1789; And the first president? George Washington What is a body of electors who represent the people’s vote in choosing the president? electoral college Who was George Washington’s wife and what did she do with him? Martha Washington; entertained and accompanied her husband at social […]

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Chapter 4: Reaching the Audience

What is an audience-centered speaker? An audience-centered speaker strives to understand the listeners so that he or she can meet their needs and interests What is meant by audience analysis and adaptation? Analysis means finding out exactly who the listeners are and what they know. Adaptation means shaping a speech to satisfy the listeners’ particular […]

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Chinese Paper Cutting

中国剪纸 (Zhōngguó jiǎnzhǐ) – Chinese paper cutting 共同 (gòngtóng) – common 装饰 (zhuāngshì) – decoration 窗 (Chuāng)-Window 窗花 (Chuānghuā)-Window flowers (nickname for papercutting) 剪刀 (Jiǎndāo) – Scissors 刀 (dāo) – Knives 学派 (Xuépài) – School of thought 蔡伦 (Càilún) – Inventor of paper 运气 (Yùnqì) – Luck

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7th Grade SS Chapter 18 Chinese Discoveries and Inventions

Which of the following inventions made it easier to travel long distances at sea? A. canal locks B. compasses C. paddlewheel boats D. segmental arch bridges B The three inventions listed below all contributed most to what outcome? • paper • woodblock printing • movable type A. the spread of learning B. an increase in […]

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Tang/Song/Ming China and Mongols

Sui Dynasty The sui dynasty is a chinese dynasty that started in 581 to 618 a.d and was a short lived dynasty. it was the first dynasty to unify china after a century of division Grand Canal the longest canal or artificial river in the world completed during the Sui dynasty. Tang Dynasty The tang […]

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chinese inventions

Sui Dynasty (589-618 CE) The Chinese dynasty that was like the Qin Dynasty in imposing tight political discipline; this dynasty built the Grand Canal which helped transport the rice in the south to the north. Grand Canal The 1,100-mile (1,700-kilometer) waterway linking the Yellow and the Yangzi Rivers. It was begun in the Han period […]

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Chinese measure words

门 mén measure word for courses 张 zhāng (measure word for flat objects) sheet of paper or pictures 把 bǎ (a measure word) for chairs or umbrella 条 tiáo measure word for long, thin things (ribbon, pants,river, necktie etc.) 件 jiàn – MW for clothing or affair 间 jiān • (measure word for room/house) 台 […]

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PowerPoint Matching

Normal view The PowerPoint view in which the window is divided into three panes–the Slide pane, the Slides/Outline pane, and the Notes pane. Slide A presentation page that can contain text, pictures, tables, charts, and other multimedia or graphic objects. Title slide The first slide in a presentation, the purpose of which is to provide […]

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