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China's Contributions to Civilization
An overview of inventions and contributions of Chinese civilization throughout the ages.
# 65622 | 4,501 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on May 14, 2006 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures) , History (Asian) , Asian Studies (General)

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This paper discusses the vast and significant number of contributions and inventions made throughout history by ancient Chinese civilization. The paper points out that China was the first to introduce a complete school system, made several contributions toward the study of mathematics, invented the seismograph and the compass and developed iron and steel. The paper continues to discuss other significant Chinese inventions that have contributed to the development of all of civilization including paper, fireworks, and the small pox inoculation.

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"The Chinese contributed to education by introducing the first complete school system during the Western Zhou Dynasty during 1100-771 BC. The school system consisted of a seven-year junior level, followed by nine years of a senior level education. The educational system "was integrated with an official selection system." These schools served as training places for officials and were run by the local government."

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