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    Iceville: A Short Story

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    was out at Las Vegas. Which that left Torro, an archaeologist, Bobby, a weapon salesman, a pizza lover, and a pickle lover. Their names are not in the story for security reasons. Then, Torro stumbled upon something amazing. A triple cheese burger. He also discovered an ancient tablet. He was like ¨ Woah! This looks amazing! ¨ Torro was walking around in his cool robes he made which look like aztec robes, looking for Bobby. Then, He saw Bobby running. ¨Bobby! ¨ Torro yelled. Then he saw it. All the cats in the town of Iceville chasing him. Then Torro saw a dog, which made the population 110. Then the dog chased the cats away. The dog returned to Torro. Torro said ¨You need a name. How about Ming the merciless? No? Ooh, Starkiller! No? How about Zoltar! Like that? No? How about Fluffy, Destroyer of worlds! Like that? You do? Great! ¨ Than Torro and Fluffy, the russian bear dog ( They grow bigger than bears. I am not joking. ) went looking for Bobby. They found Bobby at the 111th vault. ¨ Bobby! No stealing money from the vault. Our vault was the 101st, remember? ¨ Torro yelled. Bobby replied ¨ Oh yeah , that is why it is not, OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!! What is that?!?!?!?! ¨ ¨ It's Fluffy. Look, i will explain later, but i found an ancient tablet. I just wanted to tell you that I am going to go study it, okay? ¨ ¨ Okay. ¨ The next day Bobby, Torro, the pizza lover, and the pickle lover, were at the 501st bank.…

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    Essay On Qing Dynasty

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    Following the abolition of the Confucian Examination system and the collapse of the Qing dynasty in 1911, China intrigued by the “rise of new republics, rise of women’s suffrage, and the devices of referendum, recall, and industrial democracy provided the stimuli.” China was opportunistic that the end of the Qing Dynasty in 1911 opened up for educational reform and democratic initiatives. However, Radical ideas would be non-existent in China following the overthrow of the Qing and the…

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    China Western Influence

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    For thousands of years China relied on traditional, “spiritual” medical techniques to heal any ailment. When Europeans began trading with and bringing Western influence to China, medicine was one of the last areas to change. Many Chinese people were reluctant to take part in Western medicine due to the vast differences between Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine and strength of tradition, as traditional medicine had been passed down for generations. However, Chinese medicine underwent a…

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    The silver trade of the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries was a major historical process. The global flow of silver had many effects on the multitude of societies that participated. There were many economic effects, such as the heavy global economic involvement of many Asian nations in this trade (Documents 2,4,6,7,8) and greater monetary pressure in China during the Ming Dynasty (Documents 1,3,5), and some social nuances because of this trade, such as a greater European desire for Asian goods…

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    dynasty. By 1750 C.E., despite the rise and fall of the Yuan and Ming dynasties, Confucianism…

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    The East Asians through complete isolation and the Americans through a show of force. The Ming Dynasty forced the European merchants to an enclave on the coast. Then they also built a physical wall to keep the Europeans apart from the Chinese peoples. The Japanese were slower to this isolationist movement, at the beginning the Japanese allowed merchants in but once they realized that their culture, all based on the hierarchy and religion, was under attack they pushed the European merchants onto…

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    the Han dynasty, the first emperor of Ming dynasty moved the capital to Nanjing, but it then moved back to old palace in Beijing and the constructions began again in 1406 A.C. The Forbidden Palace was a Chinese imperial city during Ming and Qing dynasties. It was a home for twenty-four emperors. The palace consists of nine hundred buildings and nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine rooms. In additional, the palace was not only the center of politics, but it also the center of culture, the arts,…

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    wall to plus up troops or send reinforcements were needed. The forts were used to house the troops that maned the Great Wall, storages for military equipment, and also served as training grounds. The Great Wall then went through the biggest addition, which is known as the biggest project in the history of China. This was ordered under the Han Dynasty around 202 B.C.. During this addition to the wall, the older sections of the wall were strengthen to help protect the trade route along with…

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    ever! The purpose for the wall was to protect China and its people from Huns and barbarians attacking from the North, which were set on killing mass numbers of the Chinese natives. The Wall was also used to restrict the arrival of invaders coming from the Silk Road that wanted food and wealth which was common in China. The construction of a single segment of the wall took over a hundred years to complete. The creation of the Great Wall was influenced by these four big names. These include…

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    represented graphically as hexagon, bordering other hexagonal standard marketing communities. Peasants from rural areas were connected and can exchange information with other areas. It was more than just the network of trade; in fact, bureaucratic administration followed the same hierarchical orders. Under this interconnected network model, government policies were passed down level by level, which heightened the lineage’s importance in helping the officials carrying out the policies. The…

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