The "Wooden Ox' (known to us as the wheelbarrow); the world's first conveyor belt (the chain pump); the Grand Canal (also called the aquatic version of the Great Wall); canal pound locks - agriculture and engineering with water are yet more areas the Chinese created useful inventions.
Games invented in ancient China:Was the game of golf was played in China before Scotland? Does the game of chess have origins in an older Chinese game of fortune telling? Were kites just used for fun with the family in ancient China or did they have a different use?
WWII: ROSIE THE RIVETER.
Symbol Of World War II American Women Workers, On A Poster From The War Production Co-ordinating Committee.
Fine Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 15 Apr 2013.
An army of more than eight thousand soldiers made of terra cotta, a baked reddish clay, is buried fifteen to twenty feet beneath the earth not far from the tomb pyramid where Emperor Qin is believed to be buried along with riches of his dynasty....read on to learn more.