China and Greece were both built by rivers and deserts and were able to get the resources they need to survive. The resources they had were; oils, livestock, water, foods and more. They had similar natural barriers that included, mountains, bodies of water, and land
Both civilizations had to alter their everyday life to do things for their religions and beliefs. China's religions were: Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. Greece's religion was Polytheistic meaning they believed in many gods and goddesses.
China and Greece both have popular and well known architecture that still lasts today. China has the Great Wall of China and Greece has the Parthenon. They still use some of the same architecture.
Dynasties ran the society that citizens had to obey in China, and Greece was ran by an Oligarchy.
China used their resources to fund the military, take over land, maintain and supply food. In Greece, the drachma was used, and in China the coin wa used. Hospitality, loyalty, and intelligence were considered valuable.
Greece's society has a lower class, middle class, and upper class. For China, landowners were at the top below the empire and peasants, farmers and sperfs were at the bottom.