Ancient China Inventions
Ancient Chinese Paper
Paper making technique was improved by China 1800 years ago during the Eastern Han Dynasty. Cai Lun used bark and hemp. This ancient technique is still practiced. History shows that Ts'ailun, an official of the imperial court, reported the invention of paper to the Emperor.
The first real advance in papermaking came with the development of a smooth material for the mold covering, which made it possible for the papermaker to free the newly formed sheet and reuse the mold immediately. History shows that Ts’aiLun, an official of the imperial court, reported the invention of paper to the Chinese emperor.
Now a days Paper!
Paper is used by a lot of ways it helps with school bills and teachings.Paper now is made of trees.
Ancient China Paper!!
Made by a suspention to hemp waste in water washed, soaked and beated to a pulp with a wooden mallet.
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The first compasses, however, were not designed for navigation. Appearing in China around the 4th century BC, old compasses showed people the way by helping them order and harmonize their environments and lives. The name of the old Compass is Magnetic Compass it was probably first made in China during the Qin dynasty (221-206 B.C.).The New compass is a Navigation Instrument that shows directions in a frame of reference that is stationary relative to the surface of the Earth.It displays the direction of the earth's magnetic field at the point of observation horizontally. You might have seen a normal compass before which is an instrument that has a freely suspended magnetic element.
Ancient Chinese Compass
Shows people to be on the path of life. So you don't do antthing bad in your lifetime.
Now a Days Compass
The now a days compass helps you go different directions. That makes it easier to travel from place to place.
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Gunpowder also known as black powder, was the first chemical explosive and the only one known until around the olden days (1850)! It was invented in the 9th century. The Chinese attempted a position of eternal life. Their military used gunpowder based weapons and explosives against the Mongols. The mongls attempted to invade city on chinas northern border.Gun powder was employed in warfare to some effect from at least the 14th century, although the development of effective artillery took place during the 15th century, and firearms came to dominate Early Modern Warfare in Europe by the 17th century.