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. A thousand miles beyond the last mission station toiled her engineers and spies, clad as coolies, under the guise of itinerant merchants or proselytizing Buddhist priests, noting down the horse-power of every waterfall, the likely sites for factories, the heights of mountains and passes, the strategic advantages and weaknesses, the wealth of the farming valleys, the number of bullocks in a district or the number of labourers that could be collected by forced levies.
The Philippines are well administered, and constitute one of the most progressive colonies of the Chinese empire.
The Russians, on the contrary, carried their furs, by a shorter voyage, directly to the northern parts of the Chinese empire; thus being able to afford them in the market without the additional cost of internal transportation.
Periods of cultural borrowing and paying a certain degree of tribute to the Chinese Empire gave way to many years of relative isolation.
If the 21st century is the year of the Chinese empire, 'Tatay Digong' must help the Philippines find its rightful place in the diguo.
Not unlike the plots of the novels he scrutinizes, Andolfatto follows an exploratory trajectory to represent the utopia of modernity in fiction at the end of the Chinese empire. His goal is to outline a map of an imaginary landscape of tropes and figures with interface between modern Chinese fiction and the construction of China's modern identity.
The former British Crown colony is the center of the Chinese food universe and hosts restaurants that serve the best dishes from all regions of the vast Chinese empire. So varied are Chinese dishes that one has to visit dozens of restaurants to get a taste of the best from the regions and provinces.
Some monographs explore the region's position within the political mapping of the Chinese Empire. (7) Others address the imperial rivalry between Russia, Japan and China, (8) with a strong focus on the Manchukuo period.
And because reincarnate monks were also political leaders, conflicts about their authenticity might undermine the political stability of many parts of the Chinese empire," Oidtmann explained.
Thus, it was the duty of the empire to organize the Emperor's s3x life so as to ensure the well-being of the entire Chinese empire. Chinese calendar clocks of the 10th century, according to some ancient Chinese historians, rather than being used to keep track of time, were used to schedule the time of rotation for the women who slept with the Emperor.
It was this text that his successor, Usman ibn Affan promulgated; ensuring thereby that there would only be one text of the Quran throughout what was by then an extensive empire, stretching all the way across North Africa to the borders of the Chinese Empire.

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