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Ancient China Review

Review of essential terms and concepts of ancient China.

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Which dynasty created the civil service system? Han Dynasty
Which dynasty was characterized by Shih Huang-di? Qin Dynasty
Which philosophy emphasis harsh discipline and cruelty in government? Legalism
Which philosophy emphasizes the Five Relationships? Confucianism
Which philosophy emphasized education? Confucianism
Which philosophy focuses on balancing yin and yang? Taoism
Which philosophy emphasizes natural harmony? Taoism
Buddhism spread to China at the end of which dynasty? Han
This was a major trade route from China to India and the Middle East? The Silk Road
The first Chinese civilizations emerged along which river? Huang He
This mountain range isolated ancient China. Himalaya
This body of water isolated ancient China. East (China) Sea
This desert isolated ancient China. Gobi Desert
This philosopher taught the importance of duty and obligations. Confucius
This is the founder or Taoism. Lao Tzu
This represents the balance of opposites. Yin/Yang
Created by: zbullock