Ancient Chinese Ruling Gentry

Ancient Chinese Ruling Gentry

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About the Ancient Chinese emperors and their duties. Explains their daily schedule.

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  • Then the emperor reviews and annotates administrative texts and policies with a ink pen for his specific use between his nap and lunch.
  • 11 am
  • *stomach growls* 
  • This is the time in which the emperor relaxes in. He receives education and entertainment through some of these activities:  read books, write poems, paint pictures, or see operas or enjoy music.
  • 2:30 pm
  • Emperors at this time had supper and then went to hold a Buddhist service as well as shamanistic rituals. They then worshipped to their god which was also a big part of the Ancient Chinese tradition. 
  • 5 pm
  • The emperor would normally get an early night sleep to be able to wake up in the morning on time. Good Night!
  • 9 pm
  • *yawn*
  • Today, we learnt how the emperors daily life is! Let's recall!
  • First the emperor wakes up and studies. Then he attends sessions at the imperial court. He then has lunch and after relaxes. Lastly the emperor attends Buddhist service then soon goes to sleep!
  • Hope you enjoyed! Zàijiàn (Bye)
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