The prodigious land area of ancient China harbored resources like coal, drinking water, numerous minerals and plant and animal life. China is the biggest producer of salt on Earth, with 17 million tons annually. There ar... More »

China’s natural resources include its vast farmland, water supply, mineral deposits, and plant and animal biodiversity. The country is rich with natural resources and utilizes them for tourism and exporting. More »

The natural resources in ancient Greece include coal, marble, bauxite, clay, chromate and ore. Silver and gold were also available in some areas of the Greece. More »

China’s natural resources include its vast farmland, water supply, mineral deposits, and plant and animal biodiversity. The country is rich with natural resources and utilizes them for tourism and exporting. More »

Feudalism in ancient China refers to the allocation of a certain area or region to a specific individual who becomes the established leader of that region. The term also refers to the shared power system between regional... More »

The social structure that existed in Ancient China was based on an agricultural feudal system that consisted of a ruling class of kings, nobles and provincial warlords and, representing the largest portion of society, th... More »

Peasants in ancient China were mostly farmers and merchants. Farmers were respected for the food they supplied to the nation, but merchants were considered especially lowly and were prohibited from wearing silk or riding... More »