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nomad a person who moves from place to place rather than settling permanently
Confucianism a belief system based on the teachings of Confucius, a scholar who taught moral virtues and ethics
Buddhism a belief system based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, which stress freeing oneself from worldly desires
Daoism a belief system that originated in China around 500 B.C., emphasizing harmony with nature and with inner feelings
reunify to bring together again
imperial relating to an empire or emperor
bureaucracy a system of departments and agencies that carry out the work of a governmen
scholar-official an educated person with a government position
wood-block printing a printing system developed by the ancient Chinese, in which wood blocks were carved with enough characters to print entire pages
movable type a small block of metal or wood with a single raised character, used for printing texts
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