Founded in and ending inthe state, under the ruling of the Tang Emperors, became the most powerful and prosperous country in the world. Particularly, in this glorious period, the economy, politics, culture and military strength reached an unparalleled advanced level.
Jeanne d'Arc of China: This snippet is for sons and daughters of China!
Teenager girl Xun Guan breaking out of the Wancheng city to borrow the relief troops in the late Western Jinn dynasty; Liu-Shao-shi riding into the barbarian army to rescue her husband in the late Western Jinn dynasty; teenager girl Shen Yunying breaking into Zhang Xianzhong's rebels on the horseback to avenge on father's death in the late Ming dynasty.
China's Solitary and Lone Heroes: This is an internet version of this webmaster's writings on "Imperial China" version assembled by http: There is no set deadline as to the date of completion for "Communist China".
Someone had saved a copy of this webmaster's writing on the June 4th  Massacre at http: The work on "Imperial China", which was originally planned for after "Republican China", is now being pulled forward, with continuous updates posted to Pre-HistoryXia, ShangZhouQinand Han dynasties, offering the readers a tour of ancient China transcending space and time.
Discussions and topics on ancient China could be seen in the bulletin boards linked here --before the Google SEO-change was to move the referrals off the search engine.
This webmaster had traced the Sinitic cosmological, astronomical, astrological and geographical development, with dedicated chapters devoted to interpreting Qu Yuan's poem Tian Wen Asking Heaventhe mythical mountain and sea book Shan Hai Jing, geography book Yu Gong Lord Yu's Tributesand Zhou King Muwang's travelogue Mu-tian-zi Zhuan, as well as a comprehensive review of ancient calendars, ancient divination, and ancient geography.
For this webmaster, only the ancient history posed some puzzling issues that are being cracked at the moment, using the watershed line of Qin Emperor Shihuangdi's book burning to rectify what was the original before the book burning, filtering out what was forged after the book burning, as well as filtering out the fables that were rampant just prior to the book burning, and validating against the oracle bones and bronzeware.
There is not a single piece of puzzle for this webmaster concerning the modern Chinese history. This webmaster had read Wellington Koo's memoirs page by page fromand read General Hu Zongnan's biography in the early s, which was to have re-lived their lives on a day by day basis.
Not to mention this webmaster's complete browsing of materials written by the Soviet agents as well as the materials that were once published like on the George Marshall Foundation's website etc to have a full grasp of the international gaming of the 20th century.
The unforgotten emphasis on "Republican China", which was being re-outlined to be inclusive of the years of to and divided into volumes covering the periods of pre totototoandwill continue.
This webmaster plans to make part of the contents of "Republican China, A Complete Untold History" into publication soon. The original plan for completion was delayed as a result of broadening of the timeline to be inclusive of the years of For up-to-date updates, check the RepublicanChina-pdf.
Due to constraints, only the most important time periods would be reorganized into some kind of publishable format, such as the, and Chinese civil wars, with special highlight on Kim Il Sung's supplyingNorth Korean mercenaries to fighting the Chinese civil war, with about 60, survivors repatriated to North Korea for the Korea War, for example --something to remind the readers how North Korea developed to threaten the world with a nuclear winter today.
The objectives of this webmaster's writings would be i to re-ignite the patriotic passion of the ethnic Chinese overseas; ii to rectify the modern Chinese history to its original truth; and iii to expound the Chinese tradition, humanity, culture and legacy to the world community.
Significance of the historical work on this website could probably be made into a parallel to the cognizance of the Chinese revolutionary forerunners of the s: This webmaster intends to make the contents of this website into the Prometheus fire, lightening up the fuzzy part of China's history.
It is this webmaster's hope that some future generation of the Chinese patriots, including the to-be-awoken sons and grandsons of arch-thief Chinese Communist rulers [who had sought material pursuits in the West], after reflecting on the history of China, would return to China to do something for the good of the country.
This webmaster's question for the sons of China: Are you to wear the communist pigtails for years? And don't forget that your being born in the U. Of course, you should thank Nancy Pelosi for the motion to grant the permanent residency to the Chinese citizens who were in the U.the study of Chinese ancient sports and the social relationship has great function and meaning.
In Shanxi chang 'an in unearthed painted pottery figurine in the tang dynasty, the campaign during the Tang dynasty also once as martial. The Chinese contribution in the development of Japanese script and literature is immense. Even though the history of Japanese literature goes beyond 7 th century AD, much of the Japanese literature took inspiration from Chinese literature during the Tang Dynasty () in China..
Kojiki () and Nihonshoki () are the earliest records of Japanese literature. WOW! Important antique Chinese Tang Dynasty pottery horsman general on horse! Tea plantation in the Song dynasty was three times the size that it during the Tang dynasty.
According to a survey in , tea plantations were spread across 66 prefectures in counties.  The Beiyuan Plantation (North Park Plantation) was an imperial tea plantation in Fujian prefecture. Forensic Science for Antiques Revealing art secrets—and exposing forgeries A horse touted as being from the Tang dynasty, but with only one genuine part in the unglazed underside.
During the Tang Dynasty, the people settling in Xinjiang admired white color and believed it to be auspicious (Hui and Xi ; Xuan ). Thus, the gypsum found on the bark fragment reported here could have been a decorative white paint applied to the outer surface of the bark quiver.