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China’s Art & Poetry. Tang Writers – Li Bai , Du Fu & Wang Wei is seen as China’s great poets Lia Bai wrote about life’s pleasures Du Fu praised orderliness and Confucian values Wang Wei wrote on the beauty of nature and briefness of life Song Dynasty produced more landscape paintings.

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china s art poetry
China’s Art & Poetry
  • Tang Writers – Li Bai, Du Fu & Wang Wei is seen as China’s great poets
  • LiaBai wrote about life’s pleasures
  • Du Fu praised orderliness and Confucian values
  • Wang Wei wrote on the beauty of nature and briefness of life
  • Song Dynasty produced more landscape paintings
technological progress
Technological Progress
  • Because of China’s values towards education, they developed:
    • Manufacturing of paper in large quantities
  • Wood-block Printing
  • Movable Type
  • Made the first paper books
  • Record knowledge in a permanent form
historical influence
Historical Influence
  • China’s technology would spread around the world
  • Paper-making spread to the Arab world
  • Chinese invented gunpowder for fireworks
  • Chinese invented the magnetic compass
  • Chinese exported porcelain (aka- China)
  • Chinese used tea for medicine, later would be sent to Europe
great wall of china
Great Wall of China
  • wall built between 220–206 BC
  • First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang
  • Used as a border patrol
  • Regulated trade
  • Regulated immigration
  • Wall has a variety of branches (over 13,000 miles)
essay question
Essay Question
  • What were the historic influences of tea, printing, paper, gunpowder, and the compass?
  • How did the new type of rice increase food supply?