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  • Shiji-A Book About Chinese History

    Sima Qian, also named Sima Zichang, was a native of present-day Hancheng in Shaanxi Province, and lived during Emperor Wudi’s reign during the Western Han Dynasty (206BC-24AD). He was the son of an official historian called Sima Tan. On his ... 
  • Qin Shi Huang_The First Chinese Emperor

    Qin Shihuang, named Own, eliminate after six countries, the unification of China, said that the first emperor, the founding emperor of the Qin dynasty.Two thousand years, evaluation of him is very controversial, the emperor what in the en... 
  • 默认略缩图

    A Brief Chinese Chronology

    Dynasty Date   Xia C.21st-16th century B.C.   Shang C.16th-11th century B.C.   Western Zhou C.11th century B.C.-770 B.C.   Eastern Zhou (Spring and Autumn and Warring States periods) 770-221 B.C.   Qin 221-207 B.C.   Western Han 206 ... 
  • Yuan Dynasty

    Yuan Dynasty (AD 1271 ~ 1368) was established by the Mongolian dynasty huge, it is the history of China’s first nationwide set up to the rulers of minority-dominated regime. Mongolian its powerful force not only to conquer the Central Plain... 
  • the Song dynasty

    But in 960 a new power, Song (960-1279), reunified most of China Proper. The Song period divides into two phases: Northern Song (960-1127) and Southern Song (1127-1279)。 The division was caused by the forced abandonment of north China in... 
  • The Tang dynasty

    The Tang dynasty (A.D. 618-907), with its capital at Chang’an, is regarded by historians as a high point in Chinese civilization——equal, or even superior, to the Han period.   Its territory, acquired through the military exploits of... 
  • Era of Disunity

    The collapse of the Han dynasty was followed by nearly four centuries of rule by warlords. The age of civil wars and disunity began with the era of the Three Kingdoms (Wei, Shu, and Wu, which had overlapping reigns during the period A.D. 220-8... 
  • Han dynasty

    Another new dynasty, called Han (206 B.C.-A.D. 220), emerged with its capital at Chang’an . The new empire retained much of the Qin administrative structure but retreated a bit from centralized rule. Confucian ideals of government, were... 
  • The First Prehistoric Dynasty in Chinese history

      The First Prehistoric Dynasty  Xia is the first prehistoric dynasty. From about the twenty-first to the sixteenth century B.C, scientific excavations were made at early bronze-age sites at Anyang, Henan Province.   In regard to the Xia,it ...