Ancient China Storyboard

Ancient China Storyboard

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This is just China, and that's all

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  • Hi, my name is Emmanuel, and you will be learning about China. The Chinese ate soup, rice, and pasta. Most Chinese used chopsticks as utensils, because it's a really popular tradition.
  • Stable Food Supply
  • Guanyin, also known as Guanyin pusa, is chinese "Goddess of mercy." She is also considered to always help the distressed and hungry and gives comfort and aid wherever it is needed.  Jade emperor, or  Yuhuang dadi in mandarin Chinese, is considered the highest deity ruling the universe in chinese world.
  • Mythology
  • Confucianism is a system of philosophical and ethical teachings  founded by Confucius and developed by Mencius, Taoism is  a religious or philosophical tradition of Chinese origin that emphasizes living in harmony with the Tao.  The term Tao means "way", "path", or "principle", and can also be found in Chinese philosophies and religions other than Taoism, and Legalism is dependence on moral law rather than on personal religious faith.
  • Philosophies
  • The government of the Shang Dynasty was very interesting. The religion of the Shang dynasty is about their ancestry worship. The technology the Sang dynasty was working with bronze. The Han dynasty was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceeded by The Qin dynasty and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms period.
  • Dynasties
  • The history of the Great Wall of China began when fortifications built by various states during the Spring and Autumn (771–476 BC) and Warring States periods were connected by the first emperor of China. The Great Wall impacted the people of China because it was a great source of protection that is the main reason they built it in the first place.
  • Great Wall
  • The characteristics of silk are that it's strong but has a soft and luxuriant hand, or feel. The Silk Road itself is just under 6,500km’s long and expands across much of Asia, the Middle East, into Europe and finally Africa.
  • Silk Road
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