How the Communist Party of China Manages the Issue of by Shiyuan Hao

By Shiyuan Hao

This e-book introduces the historical past of China’s factor of nationality from the very starting. during the country’s heritage, all of the nationalities that lived and prospered on chinese language land created a trend of cultural range inside of nationwide cohesion via their interplay and integration. The formation of this development is due not just to the geographical indisputable fact that China covers a huge expanse at the Asian continent but additionally to the old indisputable fact that it's domestic to disparate and historical human heritages, and to culturally different old assets.

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3 33 “Unite All the Lands under Heaven”, “Rule According to Local Customs”, and “Harmony without Removing Distinctions” After the Qin Dynasty was established in 221 BC, the Central Plains became the political, economic and cultural heartland of China. Advanced production methods, particularly in the area of agriculture, played an enormous historical role in consolidating the power of the central government and stimulating social development. The Qin Dynasty took aim at the lack of standardization throughout the empire wherein the lands of the former Warring States, farmlands were laid out in different ways, wagons had axels of different widths, people were governed by different laws, people wore different kinds of clothing, and they spoke and wrote Chinese differently; and he implemented a series of systems and policies to impose uniformity in all these areas.

In addition, some evidence has been found that these cultures were in communication with cultures beyond our borders. China entered the Neolithic Era probably around 10,000 BC. Tens of thousands of Neolithic sites have already been discovered all over China, from which we see that over China’s vast territory, different Neolithic cultures were vastly different from each other due to geographical and climatic differences. The other great civilizations of the world were born along rivers, and similarly, the Yangtze and Yellow rivers gave birth and nurtured Chinese civilization.

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