Differences And Similarities Between Ancient China And Confucianism

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The Ancient Knowledge of Past China w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w ww w w w w w w w w w w w w Ancient China had four different religions, which are Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism, and Buddhism. Confucianism was founded by Confucius. He was considered and known as the greatest teacher. Confucius tried to bring people to honest way of life and respect the teachings of wise men of older generations. Confucianism influenced the civilization of all Eastern Asia. Confucianism had first gained power and control under the Han Dynasty . Daoism is another Chinese philosophy that is a peaceful society.. Daoism could also be called Taoism. Daoism is based on teachings of old master who lived around the timer of Confucius. Daoism teaches…show more content…
Many Chinese saw and thought he was a cruel ruler. He made landowners have less power, burned the scholars writing, and made farmers build roads. The Han Dynasty had many accomplishments like building the Great Wall of China and building the Silk Road. The Great Wall was built to protect China from invaders. The Silk Road was build to trade with other countries. The Han Dynasty got horses and was used for war. The Silk Road was an important trade route because it connected many countries together which many people traded to get something new that the country did not have. They named the Silk Road because silk was the most valuable and hard product to make. Silk was made from silkworm cocoon and two-thousand to three-thousand cocoons are needed to make 1 pound of silk. Camels were trade for 14 bolts of silk because camels can walk miles without water and could carry loads of stuff. The people who mostly trade are called merchants. Merchants were willing to sacrifice themselves for camels because they are valuable. In conclusion, China has many accomplishments and rises as one of the world’s greatest Civilization in political, economic, social/cultural. Ancient China seems to be a

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