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Among them, there are emperors like Li Shimin emperor Taizong of the Tang , philosophers like Confucius, great patriotic poets like Qu Yuan and so on.

The rise and fall of the great dynasties forms a thread that runs through Chinese history, almost from the beginning. Since the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1st, , China has become a socialist society and become stronger and stronger.

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  • Timeline of Chinese History Click to enlarge. Instead, I want to give you The Big Picture— hitting the high points and connecting the dots admittedly, the early history is a bit dry but moves quickly. The Chinese like to brag that they have the longest, continuous civilization in the world—some 5, years worth.

    Compared to ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, China was relatively primitive.

    For instance, metallurgy began in China no earlier than BC…at least 1, years after those ancient civilizations. Three thousand years ago, the Chinese were casting bronze and other alloys, growing wheat, millet and rice, weaving silk, and recording events in a written language of thousands of characters.