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Living in China. By: Sarah MacPhee. History. Roaming groups Leaders unify country 13 th century, Mongols= first alien people to conquer all China . Creativity Shang dynasty: first to leave history records . Facts. Capital: B eijing Government: one-party (communist)

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living in china

Living in China

By: Sarah MacPhee

history
History

Roaming groups

Leaders unify country

13th century, Mongols= first alien people to conquer all China.

Creativity

Shang dynasty: first to leave history records

facts
Facts

Capital: Beijing

Government: one-party (communist)

Population: 1.3 billion

Area: 905 million km squared

Religion: Atheist

Listen to the National Anthem!

government
Government

Liberal

3 Branches

Executive

Legislative

Judicial

geography
Geography

3rd largest country

Outer china: extreme climate

Inner china: hills, rivers, valleys, and plains

Great wall of china

Irrigation

economy
Economy

Then: traded salt, iron, fish, cattle, and silk

Now: expanding rapidly, grown more than ten times,

people
People

Democratic gap: farmers, nobles, and kings

Farmers= work

Nobles= rich

Kings= power

Woman: no marriage choice, took care of children

more people
More People

Beliefs: Buddhism, yin and yang

Created artifacts

Many martial arts

Celebrated spring and Chinese new year

Dragons were a sign of good luck

traditions
Traditions

Dishware

Food: crispy shrimp, fried dumplings, cakes of cornmeal, celery, dried tofu, and tea

Agriculture

Advanced cooking skills

summary
Summary
  • Rulers unify country
  • Capital: Beijing
  • Liberal
  • 3rd largest country
  • Expanding rapidly
  • Farmers, kings, and nobles are far apart democratically
  • Yin and yang beliefs
  • Famous for china dishware
references
references
  • learntci.com
  • folsomyummykitchen.com
  • halo.wikia.com
  • chinatoday.com
  • www.travelchinaguide.com
  • travelchina.net
  • gardian.co.uk
  • historyforkids.org
  • chinadaily.com
  • www.economywatch.com
  • www.mapsofworld.com/china/

china-facts.html

  • secondchina.com
  • Ancienthistoryabout.com
  • www.countryreports.org