A Little of China's Wonders
The Emperor Has Arrived!
Qianlong was a very helpful man to his country when he ruled. He was a grandson to the fourth chinese emperor Emperor Kangxi. He was attached to agriculture so when he rules he improved the agriculture and stopped raising taxes for some years. He also dealt with the relationship between Man, Han and other ethnic groups in a skillful way. He would be interesting to learn about because he wrote five albums of poetry and three collections of essays and it would be interesting to read some of his writings. He was also a culture relic collector, his collection consisted of jade carvings, tooth carvings, bamboo and wood carvings, lacquer art, and porcelain art. Where did he keep all of these relics? Did he keep them in a special preserved room? To learn more about Emperor Qianlong go HERE. Qianlong, Great Emperor of China, Guide us through this tour!
A Dynasties Beginning and End
The Qin Dynasty was one of the most important dynasties in China. The dynasty only lasted fifteen years. Even though the dynasty didn’t last long it held an important role in Chinese history and has given great influence to the future dynasties. The only emperors who ruled in the Qin dynasty was Emperor Shihuangdi and Emperor Hui Hai. The Qin empire unified China for the first time in its history. The Qin Dynasty ended in 207 BC when Xiang Yu’s army defeated the Qin Army and destroyed the capital, ending the Qin dynasty. To learn more about the Qin Dynasty click HERE or go to the Terracotta Army in X’ian. We can say the Qin Army was crushed like a bug!
A Castle Fit For 10 Kings!
A City Of Beauty
One Of The Four Mountains
The Yellow Mountains are one of the five mountain national parks in China. The Yellow Mountains are one of the most famous mountains in China and with the Yellow River, the Yangtze River, and the Great Wall of China, it became one of the greatest symbols of China. It’s one of China’s three best national best parks and it has beautiful sun rises, oddly shaped rocks, twisted pine trees, and hot springs. It was named after the Yellow Emperor (Emperor Huangdi). The mountains are found just south of Anhui. To learn more about the Yellow mountains go HERE. Time to be greeted by the Greeting Guest Pine. (One of the pines found in the Yellow Mountains)
A Long River For A Long Time Of Fun
The End Of The Tour
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