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    of the portrait stones, the stone portraits of archery of the Han Dynasty unearthed is generally concentrated in the north area. This phenomenon also proves the popularity of the archery in the northern area in the Han Dynasty. At the same time, the data can also be contrasted by the statistics and the distribution table of the shooting and riding figure stones along with the territory map of the Northern Dynasty. According to the latter one, the ranking of all regions are as follows: 1 Shandong, north of Jiangsu, north of Anhui, east and east-south of Henan(87), 2 circling the Nanyang City, west of the Henan Province till the north of Shaanxi (15), 3 north of Shaanxi to west of Shanxi.(46) 4 Sichuan, north of Yunnan (Jialing River, Minjiang River, 10), 5 Henan Luoyang surroundings. According to the Northern Territory map, the location of the Si State, Yu State and several other places matches the location of Shanxi, Henan, Anhui, Shanxi, and the Jin State, Xu state and some other states are at exactly the location of Shandong and Anhui. It is quite clear…

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    Four major kiln sites have been found in China producing Tang Sancai during the Tang dynasty, which are Gongxian Kiln in Henan Province, the Xing Kiln in Hebei Province, the Huangbu Kiln and the Liquanfang Kiln in Shaanxi Province (Ma et al. 2014). Material for Tang Sancai wares during the Tang dynasty came from the natural mineral which is locally produced. The colour it appeared on the glaze came from the natural impurities (Wood 2001). Therefore, the chemical composition of the material is…

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    Over, the course of this class we have watched how Chinese art has changed throughout history. We first witnessed the bronze ritual vessels of the Shang and Zhou Dynasty. Then we examined the different Hu’s of the Han Dynasty. We also watched the progression of Buddhist sculptures in the 3rd and 4th century. With the course ending we see the collapse of the Tang Dynasty in the 10th century, and the emergence of Chinese Landscape painting. The past couple weeks, we were introduced to a variety of…

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    Shang And Shang Dynasty

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    The Shang and Zhou dynasty coexisted and originated in China, around the Yellow / Huang He river in the Bronze era ( 1,700 bce ) and went on to exist for nearly 2,000 more years. Though these Dynasties weren’t in perfect peace and harmony with one another, they shared similar values and working methods in which made the two opposing dynasties very similar. Each pillar (social, political, interaction with the environment, cultural, and economics) had it’s own way of showing through in it’s time…

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    Food is central to human life; to think of food is to think of sustenance. It maintains individuals as a live being, for without it our body would no longer to perform the processes necessary for survival. The word ‘food’ itself conjures platonic images due to the fact that it is essential. The term cuisine, however, provides a much more intimate stance on food. When one thinks of food as it relates to cuisine, the train of thought naturally digresses to the food associated with countries, and…

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    Yueyang Hsia Yung Analysis

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    Since the Tang Dynasty in 716 AD, the Yueyang Tower has guarded the Northern gateway to the Hunan province, the point where the Yangtze River meets the Xiang River at Lake Dongting. The site, once a platform for the Wu Kingdom (222-250 AD) general Lu Su to train his naval troops1, offers a beautiful and strategic panoramic view of the surrounding area and a near bird’s eye view of the lake – one of China’s largest bodies of fresh water. The tower had already been through numerous…

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    China Unicom Case Study

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    development of the company, it will perfect its staff training system, produce their specific training products, and develop training courses to complete their training program. In the future, their training program will have a strong support for their business operation and development. 4.3 Case Study Timeline 4.3.1 Phase 1: Preparation Henan Unicom is one of the most rich experiences’ operators in China Unicom group over Chia, which focus on GSM and WCDMA (3G) digit mobile, broadband, fixed…

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    Oxfam

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    relieve famine, and over the years it has developed strategies to help people against famine and make them become self-sufficient. The scope of Oxfam's program now is range from solving living hood, education, health, etc issue in poor area to being a lobbyist participating in policy decisions at local, national, and international levels. The concept of Oxfam is closely tied to development, thus the work is related to development theory. Feminism is crucial part of development theory and…

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    Dream Of Ding Village

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    Dream of Ding Village, by Yan Lianke Stacey Civello CHN-101, Summer 2017 The Sage Colleges The novel Dream of Ding Village by Yan Lianke tells the grim story of China’s blood-selling frenzy and the ensuing AIDs epidemic which wiped out entire villages in rural Henan province. Beginning in the early 1990s, the booming biotech industry in China raised demand for plasma donations, to which the provincial Henan government responded by heading a campaign for blood plasma donations in exchange…

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    Eastern Lightning

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    Eastern Lightning is a new Chinese Christian movement and the group official name is the Church of Almighty God. Eastern Lightning has been described as a cult and a terrorist organization. According to Matt Shea he stated that: The cult's core belief is that Jesus Christ has been reincarnated as a middle-aged Chinese woman called Lightning Deng who now lives in Chinatown in New York, there are the bizarre evangelizing attempts to recruit China's rural communities stuff like the sudden…

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