China: A History of China and East Asia
by Adam Brown
China: A History of China and East Asia: Ancient China, Economy, Communism, Capitalism, Culture, Martial Arts, Medicine, Military, People including Mao Zedong, Confucius, and Sun Tzu Kindle Edition...Free With Kindle Unlimited.
Have you ever wondered how China became the most populous and one of the most industrially active nations today?
This is a historical rollercoaster that will take you from Ancient China and Imperial Dynasties to Communism and Capitalism. Discover the rich history of this superpower.
Here is a Sneak Peek of What you will Learn:
Ancient Chinese Dynasties and Their Impact on Chinese History
Communism, Capitalism and Its Role in Shaping China & East Asia
Ancient Chinese Culture
A History of Martial Arts in Ancient China
A Comprehensive Look at Old World Medicine in Ancient China
Analysis of the Military in Ancient China
And much, much, more
Here is what othe readers say about this book:
"Well-written survey of China’s history in terms of landscape, culture, politics, economy, and philosophies."
"This book covered more information than the documentaries I've seen did - Excellent!"
"The author reveals some interesting information about Ancient China..."
"Wow this book has a wealth of information. China and most of East Asia has seen just about every style of government humankind has invented."
Subjects include: Agriculture, Capitalism, Ancient Chinese Culture, Language, Spirituality & Religion, Literature, Music, Arts, Architecture, History of Martial Arts, Old World Medicine in China, Military History and Sun Tzu.
Dynasties covered: Xia, Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming, Qing and various others.
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Check Out What One Reader had To Say Below!!
Great read, quick concise and easy to follow
By George on November 18, 2016
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A very comprehensive book on the history of China and East Asia. Easy to read and understand. The book covers a wide range of topics from the era clearly. Although it goes through a lot from ancient China to modern day, it doesn't drop the ball on anything, giving just enough information to keep any reader interested. I especially liked the style of writing which was personal. Felt like listening to a friend discuss a topic that interested him enthusiastically.
I thought I had a good working knowledge on the era, but I learned things I didn't know in this book and was able to compare ancient China's development with Europe. I also found it interesting to learn so much about Mao. Imagine executing millions of people only to discover your system crashed because the farms were gone? So, millions more starve. And yet, communism still goes strong and he is still revered. Wow!
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