Among the dynasties formed were the Three Kingdoms of Wei, Shu, and Wu (220–280), the Jin Dynasty and Sixteen Kingdoms, and the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420–589). The fighting lasted for over 300 years. It was during this period that the popularity of Buddhism and Taoism grew. In 589 China finally saw the end of the Period of Disunity when the Sui Dynasty took control, and briefly reunited China proper.
'Debate' Does Not Mean 'Disunity'; the ANC's Only Sin Has Been to Invite the Public Who Are Not Even Its Members to Comment on Its Internal Discussions
Dec 14, 2012; One of the ANC's biggest assets is its commitment to internal democracy. Since the radical changes that took place in Polokwane,...