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Eto po yung powerpoint presentation sa timeline po nang Chinese civilization. :))

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2. CIVILIZATION The most advancedstage of human socialdevelopment andorganization. The process by which a society or place reaches this stage. 3. EMPEROR PUYICONFUCIUSXIA TANG SHANG SUNG ZHOU YUAN CHINMINGHAN QINGSUI 4. Chinese thinker and social philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period.The philosophy of Confucius emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. Confucius thoughts have been developed into a system of philosophy known as Confucianism.One of his famous teaching was theGolden Rule and Silver Rule. 5. LOCATIONYU the GREAT 6. Yu the Great of Xia was a legendary ruler of Ancient Chinafamed for his introduction of FloodControl. inaugurating dynastic rule in China byfounding the Xia Dynasty, and for hisupright moral character. Yu the Great is admired not only for hisunremitting endeavors to fight againstnature but also for forgetting about hisown interests in order to help otherpeople. 7. LOCATION King Zhou 8. King Zhou of Shang The last king of the Shang Dynasty. In Chinese, also refers to ahorse crupper, the part of a saddle orharness most likely to be soiled by thehorse. This name was a representation of hisactions of both dishonor and cold-heartedness. King Zhou would go down inhistory as the worst example of acorrupted king in China. He created the Cannon BurningPunishment in order to punishment theprisoners who commit sins and mistakes. 9. LOCATION King Wu 10. King Wu of Zhou The second son of King Wen of Zhou. King Wu tried to accomplish his fathersdying wish: the defeat of the ShangDynasty. King Wu used many wise governmentofficials--most notably Prime MinisterJiang Ziya, a man evidentially declaredas "the master of strategy"--resulting instronger government of the Dynasty. He implemented feudal system thatbecame the basic ruling structure. 11. LOCATIONKing Chin Shih Huang-ti 12. King Chin Shih Huang-ti of ChinHe is the one who ordered the construction ofthe Great Wall of China in the Northern Portionof China Known to be the first First Emperor, controlledan area as large as China today. He conquered the barbarians at the southernpart of his empire and subdued the Huns led byHsiung Nu in the north. He commanded the Chin officials to put thefeudal states under their control. He orders the burning of all books judged to beharmful to the states. 13. LOCATION Emperor Gaozu 14. Emperor Gaozu of Han Was the first emperor of the Han Dynasty,ruling over China from 202 BC to 195 BC. In the early stage of his rise to prominence, Liuwas addressed as Duke of Pei with the Peireferring to his hometown of Pei country. He was also granted the title of King of Hanby Xiang Yu. he carried on the political system of theQin Dynasty and formulated the nine-chapter Decrees of Han based on Decreesof Qin. 15. LOCATIONEmperor Wen 16. Emperor Wen of Sui Was the founder and first emperor of Chinas SuiDynasty (581-618 AD). As a Buddhist, he encouraged the spread ofBuddhism through the state. He is regarded as one of the most importantemperors in Chinese history, reunifying Chinain 589 after centuries of division since the fallof Western Jin Dynasty in 316. During his reign began the construction ofthe Grand Canal connecting the Yellow andYangtze Rivers. He also ordered the endless building of walls andpalaces which turned the people against the SuiDynasty. 17. LOCATION Emperor Gaozu 18. Emperor Gaozu of Tang Was the founder of the TangDynasty of China Li Yuan - urged on by his second son LiShimin (the eventual Emperor Taizong) -rose in rebellion. Using the title of "GreatChancellor" (). He abandoned the harsh system of lawestablished by Emperor Yang of Sui,lowered taxes, as well as reforming thejudicial system. 19. LOCATIONEmperor Sung Tai-Tsu(Taizu) 20. Emperor Sung Tai-Tsu (Taizu)of Sung Was a Chinese emperor and the founderof the Sung dynasty. The Sung emperors were threatened bya group of Mongolian people called theKhitans. He established the core Song AncestorRules and Policy for the future emperors. He was remembered for his expansion ofthe examination system by 10% less incivil services. 21. LOCATION Emperor Kublai Khan 22. Emperor Kublai Khan of Yuan Was the fifth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire.He re-unified China and was the first emperorwho laid the foundation of todays territory ofChina. He encouraged modernization and trade withwestern nations, welcoming western traders likeMarco Polo. Kublai was the first to put in a countrywide papercurrency system. he established the system of provincialadministrative division, named Xing Sheng, thatwas still used today. 23. LOCATION Emperor Chu Yuan Chang(Tianqi) 24. Emperor Chu Yuan Chang (Tianqi)of Ming Was the founder and first emperor ofthe Ming Dynasty of China His era name ,Hongwu, means "vastlymartial". Tianqi emperor preferred carpentry togovernmental affairs. He paid no attention to routine affairsbut insted building models all day in thepalace. 25. LOCATION Emperor Hong Taiji 26. Emperor Hong Taiji of Qing Was the first Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. He was responsible for changing the nameof his people from Jurchen to Manchu in1635 as well as that of the dynasty fromLater Jin to Qing in 1636. He continued the expansion of the statein the region later known as Manchuria. He brought advantage when it came toweapons and later bought the RedCannons into the army. 27. Emperor Aisin-Gioro Puyi(The Last Emperor) He was 12th emperor of the QingDynasty. In the age of 2 years and 10 months(3), he ascended in the throne.He was crowned emperor in BeijingsForbidden City.He was imprisoned in Japan and livedas an ordinary person.He doesnt have any accomplishmentsduring his reign. 28. Submitted by: (Grp 3-C) Anne John Ian CayieAquinde Muoz Pasajol