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  • CHINESE INVENTIONS By Michael Aromando
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  • Have you wondered who thought up some inventions we have today? Have you been struggling to know? Are you running out of patience? Well who made our inventions was THE CHINESE!! The Chinese invented a lot of inventions we have now. China gave us so much. For more information about inventions please read the rest of this article. Have you wondered who thought up some inventions we have today? Have you been struggling to know? Are you running out of patience? Well who made our inventions was THE CHINESE!! The Chinese invented a lot of inventions we have now. China gave us so much. For more information about inventions please read the rest of this article. Introduction
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  • Great Wall Of China The Great Wall Of China is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east- to-west line across the historical northern borders.
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  • Porcelain Did you know the Chinese invented porcelain? It seems that porcelain was not a sudden invention, but some people claim that Tao-Yue in the 1600s, AD was the legendary inventor of porcelain. The inventor put different types of clay together to create the first white porcelain, which he sold as artificial Jade in the capital Chang-an. Porcelain was much finer than other ceramics, so thin as to be translucent.
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  • weapons The Chinese Martial Arts has the widest array of weapons of any ancient culture. Kung Fu Weapons are renowned for their diversity and uniqueness. In fact, Kung Fu Weapons are so diverse that we've had to divide them into traditional and wushu competition categories. We've separated the swords into double- edged straight swords (jian or gim) and single-edged curved broadswords (dao or do). All the long pole arms that require two hands are in Long Weapons and all the others, the flexible weapons and unique weapons, are in Exotic Weapons. Additionally, we've separated the weapons into the different famous forges for your convenience, Shaolin Temple, Dragon Well and Hanwei
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  • Armor In the ancient times China was on the forefront of technological advancements. Silk, gunpowder, and porcelain are just a few of their coveted ancient inventions. A number of Chinese armors, mostly isolated from the advancements of the middle east and Europe, were developed. The Chinese was continuously being harassed by outside influences, the Huns, the Mongolians and the Manchus to name a few.

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