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The Huang He
The Huang He, also known as the Yellow River, flooded the land. The flooding was good and bad for the Chinese. When the river overflowed, many people drowned and many homes were destroyed. As a result, the Chinese called the Huang He "China's sorrow."
A dynasty is a line of rulers who belong to the same family.
The Great Wall
Confucianism was created by a man named Confucius. Confucianism told us to put the good of family and community above yourself.
Daoism was created by a man named Laozi. Daoism told us to give up worldly desires and concerns and to seek inner peace.
The Xiongnu were masters at fighting on horseback. They often attacked Chinese farms and villages. Several Chinese rulers in the north built walls to keep out the Xiongnu. Qin Shihuangdi forced farmers to leave their fields and work on connecting and strengthening the walls. The result was the Great Wall of China, built with stone, sand, and piled rubble.
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