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What is known as "the cradle of Chinese Civilization?"

Asked by Good Citizen, 18 Oct '08 11:18 pm
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Yellow River drainage basin is the birthplace of Chinese nation and it is known as the cradle of Chinese civilization.
Answered by joyoti sen, 18 Oct '08 11:24 pm

 
  
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From the earliest times in the history of humankind, water, in the form of lakes, seas, and especially rivers, has played an essential role in the development of civilization. This is a truth universal to cultures throughout the world. And the great amount of archeological information available about ancient Chinese civilization tells us that their ways of life were greatly influenced by the Yellow and Yangtze River civilizations. The Yellow River, in particular, was essential to the development of Chinese civilization.
Answered by kartikay Gangaprasad, 19 Oct '08 03:08 pm

 
  
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Yellow River is known as the cradle of Chinese Civilization
Answered by Deepak Bhatia, 18 Oct '08 11:24 pm

 
  
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Wei River valley near the present city of Xi'an is known as the "cradle of Chinese civilization"
Answered by amit kumar, 18 Oct '08 11:20 pm

 
  
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