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Q: Your Favorite dynasty?

I liked the song dynasty. A lot of the attractive architecture came from this period, and it seems something of a renaissance period. Militarily they were not so good, but it’s difficult to find a period when they were not weak until the end of the Second World War. Administrative efficiency improved a lot and they made real progress in the arts. Had it not fallen I think china would be much better off now

 

 

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I always ask my Chinese students this question. 95% of the time they say the Tang Dynasty. I suppose I would have to agree. It was a time when creative thought was freely expressed through art and poetry. Today...not so much.

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I preferred Dallas. Catchier theme tune.

And I reckon it was Ambi that shot JR Smile

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I prefered Yuan Shikai's dynasty, the 'Empire of China (1916-1917)'

 

It lasted less than 100 days and really was the zenith of Chinese power.

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