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China ABC Book
By: Janet Sengbouttarath
A is for Aristocrat
Aristocrats were nobles whose wealth came from the land
they owned.
B is for Bureaucracy
A bureaucracy is made up of appointed officials who are
responsible for different areas of the government.
C is for the Chang Jiang River
The Chang Jiang River flows for 3,400 miles east across
central Asia.
D is for Dynasty
A dynasty is a line of rulers who come from the same
E is for Emporer
Qin made himself emporer od China in 221 B.C., he also
declared himself Qin Shinuangdi.
F is for Forced
Qin forced farmers to leave all their land to go builed the
Great Wall of China.
G is for Government
In the Zhou government, the king is the head of the
H is for Han Wudi
Han Wudi, also known as "Martial Emporer of Han," ruled
from 141 B.C. to 87 B.C.
I is for Inventions
The new inventions during the Han dynasty helped China
workers produce more things.
J is for Jobs
Confucius' ides hepled people in the modern life get
government jobs to people with talent.
K is for Kazakhstan
Zhang discovered kingdoms in Kazakhstan, where there were
horses of exceptional strength and size.
L is for Legalism
Legalism's main idea is that the society needs a system of
harsh laws and strict laws.
M is for Mandate
The Mandate of Heaven gave the Zhou kings the power to
N is for needles
In China, they put thin needles into patients' skin to ease pain.
O is for One
One out of five people past the civil service examinations, and
the four out of five people who fail the exam are teachers,
farmer, and etc.
P is for Paper
Paper was another invention that was used in the Han
Q is for Qin
Qin made his laws based on Legalism , he had anyone who
didn't like him killed.
R is for Religion
The religion of Buddhism speard everywhere during A.D.
S is for the Silk Road
The Silk Road is large network of trade routes stretching
for about 4,000 miles.
T is for Tea
Tea was one of the high-priced goods that the Silk Road
U is for Urged
Confucius urged people to be good and to seek
V is for Valley
In the valley of Chang Jiang, the valley has rich soil.
W is for Wisdom
Shang kings got their wisdom from gods, spirits, their
X is for the Xia Dynasty
Most of China's first rulers were part of the Xia dynasty.
Z is for the Zhou Dynasty
The Zhou dynasty was the longest - lasting dynasty in
Chinese history.