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Bamboo Slips of the Han Dynasties

Bamboo Slips of the Han Dynasties Hanjian (Bamboo Slips of the Han Dynasties) is handed down from the Western and Eastern Han. During the Northern Zhou Period (557-581). books of bamboo slips from the Han Dynasty had been found in Juyan Di...

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Laozi

Laozi Laozi (also known as Daode Jing. Classic of the Way and its Power) is a Taoist philosophical work written in verse. The book has 81 chapters. two parts. namely Dao (Tao) and De (Virtue). It is regarded as the greatest classic of Taoi...

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Qin Great Wall

Qin Great Wall After Qin Emperor Shihuang unified China. he sent forces led by general Meng Tian to suppress the Huns. and gained much land. In order to guard against the attacks from the Huns. Meng Tian led soldiers to build the world-ren...

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Hundred Schools of Thought

Hundred Schools of Thought In the turbulent Spring and Autumn Period (770-476BC) and Warring States Period (475-221BC). many schools of thought were flourishing. The four most influential schools of thought that evolved during this period...

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Spring and Autumn Annals

Spring and Autumn Annals Recording the great events of Lu state from 722 BC to 481 BC (or 479 BC) during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476BC). Chunqiu (Spring and Autumn Annals) is a book of chronological history but was incomplete in...

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Political Reforms of Shang Yang

Political Reforms of Shang Yang Lord Shang Yang introduced two political reforms to the state of Qin in the Warring States Period (475-221BC). Shang Yang was born in an aristocrat family in the state of Wei. In 356BC. he was appointed gove...

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Chen Sheng-Wu Guang Uprising

Chen Sheng-Wu Guang Uprising Chen Sheng-Wu Guang Uprising was the first large-scale peasant uprising in Chinese history. which led to the downfall of the Qin Dynasty (221-206BC). In 210BC. Qin Emperor Shihuang died on his inspection travel...

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Jingke Killing the Qin Emperor

The story of Jingke Killing The Qin Emperor took place in 227BC during the Warring States Period (475-221BC). At the time. six rival kingdoms were at war with Ying Zheng. ruler of the Qin Kingdom. To improve relations between Yan and the m...

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Rise of Confucianism as Main State Ideology

Cconfucianism rose as the main state ideology during the time of Emperor Wudi in the Western Han Dynasty (206BC-8AD). In the Qin Dynasty (221-206BC). Legalism served as the state ideology and at the beginning of the Han Dynasty (206BC-220A...

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Rebellion of Seven Kingdoms

Rebellion of Seven Kingdoms In the early years of the Han Dynasty (206BC-8AD). in order to strengthen his influence. Emperor Gaozu granted many virtually autonomous vassal states to his relatives and a few generals with military merits. In...

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