Hemudu & Majiabang Cultures – Chinese Civilisation 7,000 Years Ago

Hemudu Culture The Hemudu culture flourished in China’s eastern seaboard around today’s Ningbo in the south of Hangzhou in a period between 5,000 BC and 3,000 BC. The archaeological site was discovered in 1973. The excavation of the ancient farming tool suggests China entered an agricultural age as early as during the so-called Neolithic Period. The discovery of a large […]

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China’s Unique Jade Culture

A Jade Rope   Emerald carving by ancient Chinese craftsman, a collection of Forbidden City Museum. COMMENTS FROM MINDS March 17, 2020 Eric It looks like a piece of rope dyed gree. But remarkable work with the praying mantis. All Things Chinese A fake transformation from stone (earth) or plant (wood). It might result in something imperishable but eternally lifeless. […]

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