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Continent of China
The balancing forces of Taoism are known as the Yin and ____
The Ancient Chinese invented this long before Johannes Gutenberg did in Europe
Animal used to help cross the desert land of the Silk Road
The golden age of China took place during this dynasty
This mythical creature was a symbol of good luck, strength, and power
The right of an emperor to rule China was called the ____ of Heaven
This color was only to be worn by the emperor of China
The Terracotta ___ was built for the burial of the first emperor of China
Chinese religious leader famous for his philosophical sayings
This dynasty is known for rebuilding the Great Wall as well as its blue and white porcelain vases
The Yuan Dynasty was established by the leader of this foreign people
Ancient China was ruled by a series of families called ______
Yangtze and Yellow
This group of government officials efficiently ran the Ancient Chinese government
The _____ City was a huge palace where the emperor lived
You had to score well on this to become a member of the civil service
Calligraphy, poetry, and painting were called the Three _____
The ___ of War was written by military genius Sun-Tzu
The art of handwriting
Invention that allowed the Chinese to make guns, canons, and fireworks
This wonder of the world was built as protection from the Mongols to the north of China
A major religion of Ancient China that came from Nepal and believes in karma and nirvana.
The major Chinese religions were called The Three ____
A material made from the cocoons of special worms
The ____ Canal is the longest canal in the world.
Chinese invention that helped with navigating ships and making maps
Marco ___ travelled to China along the Silk Road
A famous trade route from China to Eastern Europe
These flying toys were invented by the Chinese army as a way to signal warnings