Week 2 Unification Of The Modern Day China History Reading Discussion



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This is a simple reflection for Chinese history week 2 lecture. It is an entry level assignment which does not need to be fancy, simple and clear is good. The requirement of the assignment is the second photo down below. You can choose any topic in the fifth picture which are Monday's lecture Qin, Wednesday's lecture Han (Three Kingdoms), and Friday's. The first attachment contains the book page from 60 - 95, you can find all the topics that I mentioned in these pages. The third pdf is the example of this assignment, you should write the assignment exactly as the form in the PDF. Again, it is an easy assignment as shown in the third PDF, and it does not requirement Chinese history knowledge to write. All information is provided in the attachments, I also post my lecture notes in the forth PDF. Thank you for your help.

Week 2 Unification Of The Modern Day China History Reading Discussion
Week 2 Unification Of The Modern Day China History Reading Discussion

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Discussion Worksheet: Week 2
Lecture Reflection
[1] On 12th April 2019, Professor Cuevas gave a lecture on the three kingdoms of Han including
the major redefinition of the Chinese internal structure and its relations to the outside world, the
colonization of Yangzi Valley and the changes that took place within the Han’s social classes
during this period. [2] I learnt that despite the war that took place during the period of the three
kingdoms, innovation flourished ominously during this period. During th...

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