Han Dynasty Essay Topics

Ancient Chinese Dynasties

There were many Chinese dynasties that rose and fell throughout China’s history. The history of China, in a way, is a history of battles and wars. These wars were so important that they changed the structure of Chinese culture both then and now. Three dynasties that rose and fell during ancient China were the Han,… View Article

The Chinese Abacus – Short Essay

The Chinese Abacus is a simple device for performing mathematical calculations. The Chinese Abacus also known as a “Suanpan” in Chinese. The Abacus was first mentioned by the mathematician Xu Yueh at the end of Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 A. D). The Abacus is a tool for calculating numbers, and was widely used in ancient… View Article

Han China and Gupta India

Han China differed from Gupta India politically, developing a strong bureaucratic system while India allowed local rulers to stay in control, but the Guptas focused more on trade and made more intellectual achievements than China, especially in mathematics. They established empires that were successful, but also distinct in their own ways. Although these two civilizations… View Article

Han Dynasty and China

1 paragragh China experienced the fall, absence, and eventually the re-establishment of imperial authority while Confucianism prevailed through all levels of society from the period of 100-600 C. E. The history of China has often been a history of periods of political unity interrupted by periods of political division. During the classical period from 100… View Article

Confucian Philosophy in the Han Dynasty

This paper will evaluate a brief evaluation of the rise of the Han Dynasty and how Confucian corresponds with it. With included references to authors, Tanner, Liang, Dubs, and Wang, will supply knowledge regarding to Sima Qian’s historical points, incorporation of Confucian principles within the Han Dynasty and the emperor, and within the social lives… View Article

Rome and Han Ccot

RomeAncient Rome and Han China are different in the ways how their slaves were treated. Overall, they were ultimately more similar because of the importance of trade and family. Slaves in Ancient Rome were treated very harshly. They were put in gladiator fights to the death against fellow slaves and occasionally lions for the entertainment… View Article

A Comparison of Han China and India

Mauryan/Gupta India from 320 B.C.E. to 550 C.E. had similar as well as different methods of political control with that of Han China from 206 B.C.E. to 220 C.E. in the sense that both used culture to justify social inequality supported with the idea of rising in social status and the use of religion to… View Article

Chinese Artifacts

The artist of this calligraphy scroll, Zhao Mengfu, was highly praised by the Yuan emperor Renzong as unrivaled traditional Chinese polymath (for a lack of a better word). It is said that the emperor admired him for possessing the following seven outstanding qualities: wide learning, Song royal ancestry, elegant and charismatic appearance, pure character and… View Article

Chinese Food

Chinese food has a long history with more than 5,000 years. Different area has different kind of cooking. Also, different style of cooking has different characteristic. Chinese food covers a lot of the delicious tastes from all over the country. First, Cantonese cuisine is delicious and attractive, which is always my favorite style of dishes…. View Article

“The Early Chinese Empires Qin and Han”

As the title of the book “The Early Chinese Empires Qin and Hand”, the book basically talks about the early time in China when the Great Wall was built, the time when Three Kingdoms occurred, and the first unification of China in history. For these reasons, the book categorizes into History. The Qin and Han… View Article

Pure conversation movement in China

The “Pure Conversation” (qingtan ?? ) cultural movement emerged in the Wei-Jin period and is defined as not only the approach that scholars communicate with each other, sharing their thoughts, but also a form that shows the main stream of the philosophy thoughts of the society in the Wei-Jin period. (Tang 1991, pg. 18). ???????… View Article

HIS 103 Week 2 Discussion Question 1

This document of HIS 103 Week 2 Discussion Question 1 contains: Chinese Social and Political Order Systems Read “The Chinese Tradition” and “Lessons for Women. ” Compare and contrast Daoism (Taoism), Legalism, and Confucianism. What did each system stress as most important? In what ways did they speak to the people? Which had the most… View Article

Prettie Brianna

Name_______________________________________________Date_____________________________ 1. Show the social classes in ancient China from most important (top) to least important (bottom). 2. Why did the amount of land owned by each aristocrat decrease over time? Each aristocrat divided his land among his sons so each generation owned a smaller fraction of the original land 3. How did farmers in… View Article

The Philosophies of Judge Dee

The translated novel Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee tells of a district magistrate of Chang-Ping in the T’ang Dynasty named Judge Dee Goong An, famous for his ability to solve mysterious cases. This is simple enough, except it is immediately evident to the reader that Judge Dee is not just a normal magistrate content with… View Article

Chinese History: The Han Dynasty

The Han Dynasty was founded by Liu Bang in 206 BCE. He came of peasant stock and rose to power slowly from being a petty government official to the role of emperor. Liu Bang ruled China for eleven years with felicity and wisdom. He was intelligent and sought to win over the elder statesmen by… View Article

The Song Dynasty: Interactions

The Song set up supervised markets along the border to encourage trade between them and its neighbors. In 971CE the government established the first Maritime Trade Supervisorate followed by four others. Its roles included the taxation of imported goods, government purchase and sale of imported goods, and to issue foreign trade permits for local merchants…. View Article