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  1. The Warring States period was an era of warfare in ancient China, as well as bureaucratic and military reforms and consolidation; the major states, ruling over large territories, quickly sought to consolidate their powers, leading to the final erosion of the Zhou court's prestige.

  2. It forms the 88th chapter (or 118th chapter in some editions) of the Book of the Later Han, and is a key source for the cultural and socio-economic data on the Western Regions, including the earliest accounts of Daqin (the Roman Empire), and some of the most detailed early reports on India and Central Asia. It contains a few references to ...

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    At traditional Chinese weddings, the tea ceremony is the equivalent of an exchange of vows at a Western wedding ceremony. This ritual is still practiced widely among rural Chinese; however, young people in larger cities, as well as in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore, tend to practice a combination of Western style of marriage ...

  4. › wiki › FuzhouFuzhou - Wikipedia

    Fuzhou Evening News (福州晚报), Strait Metropolitan Post and Southeast Express (东南快报) are the three most primary newspapers in the city. Fuzhou Daily (福州日报) is the official newspaper of the Fuzhou Committee of Chinese Communist Party. FZTV, the local municipal television station has four channels.

  5. The Western Xia was a Tangut-led Chinese dynasty which ruled over what are now the northwestern Chinese subdivisions of Ningxia, Gansu, eastern Qinghai, northern Shaanxi, northeastern Xinjiang, southwest Inner Mongolia, and southernmost Outer Mongolia from 1032 until 1227 when they were destroyed by the Mongols.

  6. › wiki › GuangzhouGuangzhou - Wikipedia

    Guangzhou (UK: / ɡ w æ ŋ ˈ dʒ oʊ /, US: / ɡ w ɒ ŋ-/; simplified Chinese: 广州; traditional Chinese: 廣州; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu; Cantonese pronunciation: [kʷɔ̌ːŋ.tsɐ̂u] or [kʷɔ̌ːŋ.tsɐ́u] (); Mandarin pronunciation: [kwàŋ tʂóu] ()), also known as Canton (/ k æ n ˈ t ɒ n /) and alternatively romanized as Kwongchow or Kwangchow, is the capital and largest city of ...

  7. › wiki › WenzhouWenzhou - Wikipedia

    Wenzhou (pronounced [wə́n.ʈʂóʊ] ; Wenzhounese: Yuziou [ʔy 33–11 tɕiɤu 33–32], simplified Chinese: 温州; traditional Chinese: 溫州; pinyin: Wēnzhōu), historically known as Wenchow is a prefecture-level city in southeastern Zhejiang province in the People's Republic of China.

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