Chinese Empire


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Chinese Empire

n
(Historical Terms) China as ruled by the emperors until the establishment of the republic in 1911–12
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In the years immediately following the war with Russia, her agents swarmed over the Chinese Empire.
The Philippines are well administered, and constitute one of the most progressive colonies of the Chinese empire.
Which is to say: However much China denounces Western countries' colonial legacy, it, too, has a long past as an imperialist power, and Hong Kong's life in the Chinese empire began as a spoil of bloody conquests, as a colony.
SyCip believed that no single Filipino-owned Chinese empire in the Philippines has lasted for three generations.
It connected the Han Chinese Empire with the Roman Empire.
During the 500 years before the first Chinese empire rose in the late third century BCE, says Cook, philosophers, teachers, political strategists, and religious practitioners worked to adapt ancient traditions to reflect rapidly changing times.
Legal Practice in the Formative Stages of the Chinese Empire resulted from a multi-year collaboration between the translators and the editorial team of the Yuelu Academy manuscripts under Professor Chen Songchang [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], which allowed Lau and Staack to benefit from access to the original slips, high-quality digital photos, and transcriptions prepared for the Chinese edition, as well as to the legal statutes in the Yuelu collection, which remained unpublished until December 2015.
Not to mention, the earliest written documents from the Chinese empire date to the Shang Dynasty between 1200 B.
The same remark may be applied to the recent diplomatic transactions between the Chinese Empire and the Christian nations of Europe and America, in which the former has been compelled to abandon its inveterate anti-commercial and anti-social principles, and to acknowledge the independence and equality of other nations in the mutual intercourse of war and peace.
It was the border of a Chinese empire expanded by the Mongols.
By contrast, when we wrote the Constitution in 1787, the world confronted six empires armed to the teeth: the Chinese Empire, the Russian Empire, the British Empire, the French Empire, the Spanish Empire, and the Ottoman Empire.
One of the key elements buttressing the sustainability of the Chinese empire from the fifteenth century to its end in 1905 was the civil service examination institution, which was finalized in its perfect form in the late imperial dynasties of Ming and Qing.

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