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Capital: Beijing
Type of Government: communist party-led state
Plants: Rice, Wheat, Potatoes, Tea, Sorghum, Mani (peanuts)
Industry: Steel, Textiles, Iron
Citizens: Chinese
Language: Mandarin, Chinese, Minbel
Religion: Buddhism, Daoist

China has room size and 5, 026 goes to East Asian countries. It is surrounded by East China Sea,
Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, Taiwan Strait, South China Sea and countries from North Korea to
Vietnam. The climate experienced in the country varies, from the Tropics experiencing the South, the
Subarctic to the North and the Alpine to the elevated areas of the Tibetan Plateau. Every summer,
the East Asian Monsoon brings the wet air to the country causing rains. Siberian Anticyclone is dom

Classical Chinese is the Chinese language used for long periods. However, it is only for pharmacist
and wiser to form the highest class of society called Shi Da Fu. The Four Great Classical Novels of
China were written in the Ming and Qing dynasties. The printing of Chinese works began in the Song

What is the Great Wall of China?

It is a limestone structure in the Chinese People's Republic, built, reorganized, and maintained
between the 5th and 6th centuries to protect the territories surrounding the Chinese Empire during
the incumbent intermediaries dynasty. Many compositions, known as China's Beautiful Bouquet,
have been built since the 5th century BC. The most famous is the wall built between 200 BK - 220 BK
performed by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang; it has only a few leftovers; its farther
northward than its present wall, and was built in the Ming Dynasty in the 15th century.
Music, Literature and Arts
The Zhou dynasty is known as the beginning of the spread of Chinese literature. The Five Cardinal Points
are the foundation of almost all taught in school.

Some of the written music are from the Confucius era. The centerpiece of China's music is for the qin of
the Tang dynasty.

Porcelain manufacture is one of the earliest parts of the Paleolithic period. The music and poetry of the
country has been influenced by the Book of Songs and the writer Qu Yuan

In fact, it is rare to see China's history clean, unlike the constant presentation, and it is also rare for a
dynasty to end up calmly and immediately and comfortably giving way to a new one. The dynasties were
usually established before the death of a governing government, or continued until one year after they
were conquered.

Chin Dynasty
Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of the Chinese Empire / Qin dynasty, believed that his empire would last
for 10,000 generations. But when he died, a rebellion took his son from the palace, thus changing
another emperor. There are such rebellions for 20,000 years, which occurs when an emperor is weak or
stubborn. According to Chinese chants, Heaven's patronage loses when a ruling family or clan is

Song Dynasty: Outpouring of Inventions

Another Chinese era of art and science was the Song dynasty, which reigned for 300 years. At this time
invented printed texts so large encyclopedias in China were published; the literature spreads and
sketches; it was first used in powder for guns; and used the perfect compass for ocean travel. But the
Song Dynasty's military capabilities were poor, so Mongolians from China came from Mongolia.

Yuan Dynasty: Period of the Mongols

In the middle of the 13th century, foreign Mongols invaded Central Asia. This is the first time that
foreigners conquered China. Genghis Khan led the conquest of China, almost all of Asia, and Northern
Europe. Genghis Khan's grandson, Kublai Khan, continued to invade China, becoming China's emperor in
1260 and built the Yuan Dynasty. Kublai Khan liked and loved the customs and traditions of Chinese. He
has been promoting Confucius schools. During his time Marco Polo arrived in China, who lived in the
country for many years and wrote about it. However, although Kublai Khan lived like a Chinese emperor
for 100 years, the Chinese rebelled against the Mongols in 1368, so the Ming dynasty was launched.

Ming Dynasty: The Last Chinese Dynasty

Under the emperor Yongle of the Ming dynasty, the Mongols from China moved to Siberia. The navy of
this dynasty became so powerful, which reached Africa. This dynasty lasted for 3 years.

Gongs (/Luo)

Though ethnic groups in Southwest China were the first ones to begin
using this metal percussion instrument with wooden sticks, later
cultural exchanges made its popularity wide spread in other regions by
the 2nd century BC.

Afterwards, different kinds of gongs have been used for both musical
events and general celebrations, like weddings. Since gongs can take
various forms, their sizes also varyfrom over 120cm Dachaoluo (
) to only 8cm Goujiaoluo (). It can also take an unique form like
Yunluo ().

A large drum

Musical instrument
The pipa is a four-stringed Chinese musical instrument, belonging to the plucked
category of instruments. Sometimes called the Chinese lute, the instrument has a pear-
shaped wooden body with a varying number of frets ranging from 12 to 26.
Musical instrument
The erhu is a two-stringed bowed musical instrument, more specifically a spike fiddle, which may also be
called a Southern Fiddle, and sometimes known in the Western world as the Chinese violin or a Chinese

Musical instrument
The dizi, is a Chinese transverse flute. It is also sometimes known as the di or hngdi, and has varieties
including the qdi and bngdi.
Two-stringed fiddle.

Musical instrument
The guzheng, also known as the Chinese zither, is a Chinese plucked string instrument with a more than
2,500-year history. It has 16 strings and movable bridges. The modern guzheng usually has 21 strings,
and is 64 inches long.

Musical instrument
The konghou is an ancient Chinese harp. The konghou, also known as kanhou, became extinct sometime
in the Ming Dynasty.

Musical instrument
The yueqin or yue qin, formerly romanized as yeh-chin and also known as the moon guitar, moon zither,
gekkin, laqin, or la-chin, is a traditional Chinese string instrument.

Musical instrument
The yunluo, is a traditional Chinese musical instrument. It is made up of a set of gongs of varying sizes
held within a frame. It was also called yn'o in ancient times.