Sunday, October 18, 2009

Tang Dynasty

If you were a twelve-year-old Child in the Tang Dynasty of China, you might have a peaceful life. The reason is, the Dynasty had a well government and a strong law.

The law back there was very cruel, if a robber robbed your house or killed a person, you might see prisoners been killed, sent to jail, being hit, sent to place had a little people. So people didn’t want to obey the law, or they will be punishesd hardly. The time back there, people lived happily because the crime rate was so low.

You will need to help your father plant, because back there, everyone was very poor, so every one in the family will have a job to help their family earn money. You might live in a large family; there might be ten to twenty people in your house. So you can get good care from your relatives. You were wearing white pants, cotton or sank clothes. When the other children invited you to play with them, you were playing jump ropes, tops or wooden helicopters.

In the school, you can about Confucianism books or the famous poem maker’s poems, such as Li-Bai, Wang Wei … The teacher will teach you study math, calligraphy, how to look for stars, poems planting and Chinese culture. You can go to a country test, if you want to be a government, but this test is very hard. If you didn’t have a good grade, you will want to be a industry maker, you could do sewing, ship making, wood making, wood block printing, ink and pottery.

The Tang Dynasty was the most powerful empire of the whole history in China. Many other countries wanted to trade with it. So when you were playing on the street, you can even ask different religion believers about their cultural, so this will help you of learning different cultural.

Today, when you are strolling in the night market, you might want to know
when did the first night market begins. The answer is, in the Tang Dynasty. But back then, the night market just sails meat and other foods.

So, if you were a twelve-year-old child in the Tang Dynasty, you might see these cultures.

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