The fall of dynasties, understanding Chinese civilisation and China (In Mandarin: Video episodes 41-45)

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Chinese Civilization and It’s Characteristics
The people of ancient China were free from external influence. They contributed for the growth of a civilization which was indigenous.The characteristics of this civilisation have been discussed below:
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The people of China developed their own system of writing. At first, they drew small pictures on bamboo slips to express their idea. These pictures were known as ‘Pictogram’. With the progress of time, further improvement was made on pictures. Now pictures expend the idea regarding an object like fruit, serpent, river etc. or time like the dawn, noon, night etc … for more, go to

The fall of dynasties, understanding Chinese civilisation and China (In Mandarin: Video episodes 41-45)

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 2018): For the sake of understanding China and Chinese civilisation, I Love Malaysia-China Silk Road is posting the 100-episode collection of video clips produced by CCTV6.

The video clips are in Mandarin and the first of the General History of China episode has registered 1.5 million views to date.

For the convenient viewing of our followers, we shall, every Saturday post five video links for those who wish to view the episodes focusing on Chinese civilisation and the fall of dynasties in China.

Here are episodes 41 to 45: (中国通史 General History of China E041 2013 HDTV 720p 炀帝功过 - Sui Digong)
中国通史 General History of China E042 2013 HDTV 720p 贞观之治 - The governance of Zhenguan)
52,883 views (中国通史 General History of China E043 2013 HDTV 720p 武则天 - Wu Zetian
55,194 views (中国通史 General History of China E044 2013 HDTV 720p 开天盛世)
46,249 views (中国通史 General History of China E045 2013 HDTV 720p 安史之乱 - Settlement of Anshi)

China Focus: 5,000-year-long Chinese civilization verified
Source: Xinhua| 2018-05-28 22:12:32|Editor: ZX
BEIJING, May 28 (Xinhua) -- Chinese civilization has been verified as having existed for at least 5,000 years by a comprehensive investigation into the origin and early development of Chinese civilization, Guan Qiang, deputy director of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) said on Monday. The investigation began in 2001 with fourth stage completed in 2016. "Years of large-scale excavations in the ruins of Liangzhu in east China's Zhejiang Province, the Taosi site in north China's Shanxi Province, the Shimao site in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, and the Erlitou site in central China's Henan Province have provided proof," said Wang Wei, who works on the project … for more, go to