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Anicent China

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S: ancient china

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1: Table Of Contents | ancient Chinese traditional customs | pg.2-3 | Women | pg.4-7 | Men | pg.8-9 | china food | pg.10-11

2: Ancient Chinese traditional customs | Chinese considered tea as one of there seven basic necessities including fire wood,oil,salt,soy sauce and vinger. | The husband has to carry his wife over a pan of coals so that she can successfully pass through labor. pregnant women are supposed to be vary careful in everything they do as it is believed that their actions influence the unborn baby

4: Women In Ancient China | Women lived to the rules of Confucius. they wasn't equal to men and were not able to have education | Women had to listen to there father or another man in the family. | They did not have a name there name was daughter 1 and 2 and so on. | When women got married they had to serve there husband like a slave.

5: If there husband dies they are not allowed to remarry if she does she dies | there main job is to bear with there sons | women was humiliated all the time and it was the law a new born baby girl would been given a broken pottery to play with and out her in a cot

6: Continue... | The cot meant she was week and would humble before men and would h and the pottery meant she must be laborious

8: Men in ancient china | the men could have more than one wife | men were in charged of farming and some where soldiers also they were governments official, and more

10: china food

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  • Title: Anicent China
  • this book tells you all the customs of china history.
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