Insight of Chinese culture by viewing historical picture of Qin Dynasty

Authors

  • Khalida Parveen Faculty of Education, Southwest University, Chongqing, China
  • Huma Akram School of Education, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China

Keywords:

Selected:Chinese culture, Chinese history, Qin dynasty, Achievements of dynasty, Warring states period

Abstract

Over the centuries, China still respectfully treasures rich Asian cultures, traditions, and customs. China is now famous all over the world for its mysterious wonders and cultural & natural heritages such as the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Army, etc. The Chinese history is full with the exposition of outstanding features of Chinese culture such as great thoughts of Confucius, religious beliefs, traditional festivals and customs e.g., Chinese new year, language and calligraphy e.g., Shu Fa, four great inventions of ancient China e.g., papermaking, printing, gunpowder and the compass, traditional architecture and sculpture, traditional art forms, etc. The era of history of China before the time in power of Qin dynasty is known by name as the period of Warring States. This period started from 475 BC and ends at 221 BC. Seven Warring States were included in it i.e. Qin, Wei, Han, Yan, Chu, Zhao, and Qi. Zheng was the King of Qin, who started his journey to triumph over 6 states in the period of 230 BC. Qin was the 1st emperor of this unified state of China. Thus he was known by the name of “First Emperor of Qin” or “Qin Shi Huang”. This study provides a deep insight of Chinese history and it is illustrated that major achievements in Chinese culture and history are contributed in the era of Qin dynasty.

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Published

2021-03-20

How to Cite

Parveen, K., & Akram, H. (2021). Insight of Chinese culture by viewing historical picture of Qin Dynasty. Journal of Social Sciences Advancement, 2(1), 17–24. Retrieved from http://www.scienceimpactpub.com/journals/index.php/jssa/article/view/78

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