WEB SITES ON ANCIENT AND MODERN CHINA

Access these sites through your computer’s Internet connection. Open the underlined address (URL). Information can be printed or downloaded to your computer. Be sure to follow links to other sites and find your way back with the "Back" button. Note also that the Taiwan sites have information about all of Chinese history and culture, not just for Taiwan.

All of the sites listed were active as of December 15, 2008. The evaluation is by the AVA Center staff according to the amount of information given, the general appearance of the site and its potential use in the classroom.

WEBSITES            LESSON PLANS & CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES            WEBQUESTS

ANCIENT CHINA POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS                 NEW!
http://ancienthistory.pppst.com/china.html
A collection of free PowerPoint presentations for teachers and students on China. Excellent

ART OF CHINA
http://pasture.ecn.purdue.edu/~agenhtml/agenmc/china/china.html
Information on Chinese culture. Sections include: Art; Chinese Music & Language; Scenery; The Taste of China (recipes); Zodiac; and Links. The Art section includes paintings, crafts and more. The Scenery section includes photo tours of major sites such as the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. Excellent

CHINA                                                                                        
http://emuseum.mankato.msus.edu/prehistory/china/
Emuseum’s China site. Sections: Ancient China, Early Imperial China, Classical Imperial China, Later Imperial China, Map and Timeline. Excellent

CHINA, AN INNER REALM                 NEW!
http://library.thinkquest.org/20443/home.html
A site for students by students on China. "China, an Inner Realm is where one can explore fascinating facts pertaining to the land, culture, and language of the vast and diverse nation. Because China is so immense, its land contains some of the world's driest deserts, highest mountains, an d richest farmland; and being the world's oldest living civilization, its culture and language are the most rich, dating all the way back to the 1700's B.C. China is so diverse and rich in its interior that it is in itself a world within. So what are yo u waiting for? Pack those bags and travel to one of the world's most intriguing and charming places: China, an Inner Realm." Suitable for upper elementary and up. Excellent

CHINA BRIDGE
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/lostempires/china/
A companion site to the PBS program about the efforts to re-create an ancient bamboo bridge in China. Sections: NOVA Builds a Rainbow Bridge, Bridge the Gap (Hot Science), Nature’s Miracle Material, China’s Age of Invention and Teacher’s Guide. Excellent

CHINA EMUSEUM                                                                        
http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/china/index.html
Online information about Chinese history. Sections: Ancient China, Early Imperial China, Classical Imperial China, Later Imperial China, Map and Timeline. Excellent

CHINA FOR KIDS
http://www.gigglepotz.com/china.htm
For students who want to learn more about the Chinese people, language and culture. Includes a list of children’s books about China, classroom activities, art projects and much more. Excellent

CHINA LINKS PAGE
http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/jcheek3/china.htm
A colorful page of links to resources about China. Excellent

CHINA ON THE NET
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/China/hotlist.html
A hotlist of websites about China. Sections: Introduction, Background, Touring, News, Culture, Religion, Arts, Business, Human Rights, Environment, Neighbors, Leaders, and Olympics. Excellent

CHINA THE BEAUTIFUL                                                           
http://www.chinapage.org/china-rm.html
A huge gateway site with over 1,300 content pages. A few of the sections are: 4 Arts, Calligraphy, Dictionaries, Dragons, Emperors, History, Maps, Museums, Paintings, Poetry, Sounds and much more. An outstanding site. Excellent

CHINA TODAY
http://www.chinatoday.com/
An "information base" on modern China. Sections: Arts & Humanities, Cities & Provinces, Culture & Traditions, Diplomatic Missions, Education & School, Entertainment, Finance & Banking, Government, Health & Medicine, History & Dynasties, Investment & Stocks, ITS & Computer, International Trade, Law & Justice and much more. Excellent

CHINASITE.COM                                                                      
http://www.chinasite.com/
Another gateway site of Chinese and China-related sites. Arranged by general topics such as Chinese History, Chinese Leaders, Chinese Games, Chinese Language, Readings & Literature and much, much more. Excellent

CHINESE HISTORY - ELECTRONIC PASSPORT
http://www.mrdowling.com/613chinesehistory.html
Information for elementary students on Chinese history. Sections: Dynasty, Confucius, The Legalists, The Great Wall, The Mongols, Genghis Khan and Kublai Khan, The Silk Road, Marco Polo, The Opium Wars, The Taiping Rebellion, and The Boxer Rebellion. Excellent

THE CHINESE IN CALIFORNIA 1850-1925                     NEW!
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/award99/cubhtml/cichome.html

"The Chinese in California, 1850-1925 illustrates nineteenth and early twentieth century Chinese immigration to California through about 8,000 images and pages of primary source materials. Included are photographs, original art, cartoons and other illustrations; letters, excerpts from diaries, business records, and legal documents; as well as pamphlets, broadsides, speeches, sheet music, and other printed matter. These documents describe the experiences of Chinese immigrants in California, including the nature of inter-ethnic tensions. They also document the specific contributions of Chinese immigrants to commerce and business, architecture and art, agriculture and other industries, and cultural and social life in California. Chinatown in San Francisco receives special treatment as the oldest and largest community of Chinese in the United States. Also included is documentation of smaller Chinese communities throughout California, as well as material reflecting on the experiences of individuals. Although necessarily selective, such a large body of materials presents a full spectrum of representation and opinion."
Search by Keyword or Browse by Subject, Name, Title, Group or Theme. Excellent

COURT LIFE IN CHINA: THE CAPITAL –ITS OFFICIALS AND PEOPLE
http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/socl/customsetiquettefolklore/CourtLifeinChina/toc.html
An online book describing court life in Imperial China. This book can be read online or downloaded for classroom or student use only. Excellent

DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERY – CHINA
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~cu4w-kwsm/fwb800.htm
A large number of photos of Chinese sites. Sections: Wuxi; Hangzhou; Urumqi,Turpan; Dunhuang; Xi-an; Luoyang; Beijing; Shanghai; Suzhou; Yangtze River; Guilin; and HongKong. Excellent

DISCOVER CHINA
http://www.chinavista.com/discover.html
Three main sections: Hyper-C is a searchable database with a large amount of information on historical and present-day China. China Virtual Tours provide virtual tours with photos and text of The Forbidden City, the Yellow Mountains and The Great Wall. The China Experience is the gateway to a huge amount of information on Chinese culture. Outstanding. Excellent

DISCOVERING CHINA
http://zone.cps.k12.il.us/Showcase/Student_Projects/China/china.html
A site for 1st grade students on China focusing on Chinese culture. Sections: Building and Flying Kites, Chinese Food, Walking on the Great Wall of China, Let’s Count in Chinese, Exploring a Silkworm Farm, Pandas, Chinese Accomplishments, and Student Artifacts. Excellent

DISCOVERING CHINA                                                                       
http://library.thinkquest.org/26469/gather/interactive/
By students for students, this site covers Chinese history and culture from 1839 to the present. Sections: History, Cultural Revolution, Movers & Shakers, Cityscape, Contributions and Interactive. The Interactive section has Quizzes on each section, Polls, Real Movies. a Message Board and more. The Real Movies section offers twelve video clips of locations in and around Beijing. Excellent

HISTORY OF CHINA
http://www-chaos.umd.edu/history/toc.html
Senior high level information on Chinese history. Sections: Historical Setting, Ancient Dynasties, The Imperial Era, Emergence of Modern China, Republican China, and People’s Republic of China. Excellent

HISTORY WIZ: CHINA
http://www.historywiz.com/china.htm
Essays and multimedia exhibits for high school students on aspects of Chinese history. Excellent

NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM
http://www.npm.gov.tw/english/index-e.htm
Located in Taipei, Taiwan, this large museum is dedicated to "preserving the 7,000 year old cultural legacy of China". This extensive site includes Collection Highlights, Special Exhibitions (online), Virtual Tours, Games and more. Excellent

QUICK-TIME CHINA                                                                
http://www.kiku.com/qtvr/index.html
Quick-Time panoramic views of historical sites in China such as Tiananmen Square, Ganqingmen, Wumen, Taihemen and more. Use your mouse to move around the 360° panorama or to zoom in or out. Note: Scroll down the page for the list of Chinese sites. Excellent

TRADITIONAL CHINESE CULTURE IN TAIWAN
http://www.taiwaninfo.org/info/culture/culture.html
A large amount of information on traditional Chinese arts, culture and crafts such as: Medicine, Food, Folk Art, Painting, Calligraphy, Study, Architecture, Furniture, Chop Engraving, Clothing, Tea, Chinese Opera, Chinese Dance, Jade, Written Language, Music, Festivals, Pottery & Porcelain, Chinese Dance, Lacquer and much more. Excellent

WALK THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA                                                    
http://www.walkthewall.com/greatwall/
Take a virtual walk along the Great Wall of China. After a slide show of black & white images, click on "Go" and use the buttons at the lower left to move through the panoramic images. Click on the images to move from one location to the next. Excellent

WORLD ALMANAC FOR KIDS: CHINA
http://www.worldalmanacforkids.com/explore/nations/china.html
An extensive amount of information for students on China. Sections: Land & Resources, Population, Education & Culture, Economy, Government and History. Excellent

WWW VIRTUAL LIBRARY – HISTORY – CHINA
http://www.ku.edu/kansas/cn/
A gateway to a huge amount of information on Chinese history from ancient to modern. Excellent

YIN YU TANG – A CHINESE HOME
http://www.pem.org/yinyutang/
Explore a late Qing dynasty merchants’ home through photos. This takes a while to load but is an excellent exploration of what life was like over the centuries for one Chinese family. Includes audio files. Excellent

                                   

ALL ABOUT CHINA – LINKS                     NEW!
http://www.suelebeau.com/china.htm
A collection of links on China for elementary students. Very Good

ANCIENT CHINA FOR KIDS                 NEW!
http://china.mrdonn.org/index.html
Links to sites about Chinese topics. Sections: People/Places/Festivals, Daily Life//Culture, Philosophies/Religion. Very Good

ANCIENT CHINA – 42EXPLORE             NEW!
http://www.42explore2.com/china.htm
Basic information on China along with activities and webquests. Very Good

ANCIENT CHINA INDEX
http://www.crystalinks.com/china.html
A large list of links to information on Ancient China. Articles include: Artifacts, Archeology, Pyramids, Tombs, & Dunhuang Caves; Buddhism; Confucianism; Dragons; I Ching; Inventions & Remedies; Music; The Great China Wall; and much more. Very Good

ANCIENT CHINESE TECHNOLOGY –A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/23062/frameset.html?tqskip1=1&tqtime=1203
Information on Chinese inventions and technology. Sections: Agriculture, Engineering, Domestic & Industrial Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Warfare, Transportation, and Nature Discovery. Very Good

AROUND TIANANMEN SQUARE
http://www.roundtiananmensquare.com/heavenlypeace/
Take a virtual tour of Tiananmen Square in Beijing with a 360° panoramic view of the square. Use the buttons at the lower left to move through the image. Very Good

THE BEIJING PAGE
http://www.beijingpage.com/
Information for students on Beijing, the capital of China. Extensive links. Sections: Beijing City, Tourism, Entertainment, Reference and Industry. Very Good

CHINA – A COUNTRY STUDY
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/cntoc.html
A Library of Congress site providing a profile of modern and ancient China with information on the government, history, physical environment, social structure, education, the arts and much more. Note: Some sections are pretty brief. Very Good

CHINA – FIFTY YEARS INSIDE THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC
http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/socl/customsetiquettefolklore/CourtLifeinChina/toc.html
A photo gallery of images of China by 19 photographers. Click on the image on the home page to get to the list of photographers. Click on a photographer’s first photo then use the → arrow at the upper right to go through the images. Very Good

CHINA HOTLIST FROM KIDSKONNECT
http://www.kidskonnect.com/China/ChinaHome.html
A page of links to resources on China. Very Good

CHINA IN THE 20th CENTURY - ELECTRONIC PASSPORT
http://www.mrdowling.com/614china.html
Information for elementary students on modern China in the 20th century. Sections: China, Language and Writing, Mao Ze-dong, Tibet and Hong Kong and Cool China Links. Very Good

CHINA LINKS                         NEW!
http://www.kidskonnect.com/content/view/307/27/
A long list of links to sites about China. Very Good

CHINA THROUGH A LENS
http://www.china.org.cn/features/photos/
A gallery of photos taken throughout China. Very Good

CHINA.ORG – CHINA’S OFFICIAL GATEWAY TO INFORMATION
http://www.china.org.cn/english/
A gateway site for a vast amount of information on modern and historical China. Sections: Weather, China, International, Business, Culture, Government, Sci-Tech, Environment, Life, People, Travel and Weekly Review. Very Good

CHINA’S ANCIENT TEACHINGS
http://central.k12.ca.us/akers/religions.html
A brief description, by students for students, on Taoism (Daoism), Confucianism, and Buddhism. Very Good

CHINESE CULTURE – IMAGES
http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~ph`alsall/images.html
Links to photos and drawings. Topics: Maps, Archeology, Art, Divinities, People, Historical Sites, Historical Illustrations, Technology, Customs, Stereotypes, and Middle East Images.  Very Good

CHINESE HISTORY- DIRECTORY OF ONLINE RESOURCES ON THE HISTORY OF CHINA         NEW!
http://www.academicinfo.net/chinahist.html
A page of links on the history of China. For junior high and up. Very Good

CHINESE HISTORY VIRTUAL LIBRARY         NEW!
http://www.cnd.org/fairbank/
A virtual library of Chinese history for senior high students and up. Sections: People’s Republic of China (1949-present); Republican Era (1912-1949); and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Follow the internal links for more information. Very Good

CHINESE INVENTIONS         NEW!
http://china.mrdonn.org/inventions.html
Links for elementary students on Chinese inventions. Very Good

CHINESE MILITARY POWER
http://www.comw.org/cmp/

"your gateway to full-text online analysis and research tools essential to understanding China's military policy, capabilities, and potential. Here you will find access to the spectrum of U.S. opinion regarding China's strategic development, with regularly updated links to online articles, reports, and government documents assessing China's military modernization, relevant political and economic factors, the military balance in East Asia, and U.S. policy toward China."
Features information on China’s military capabilities, U.S. policy toward China and much more. Very Good

CHINESE PICTURES OF CHINA PEOPLE AND PLACES
http://beifan.com/index.html
A large collection of photos of modern China and its people and places. Explore the site through the topics on the left and the links throughout the site. Worth checking out. Very Good

CONDENSED CHINA – CHINESE HISTORY FOR BEGINNERS
http://asterius.com/china/
An overview of Chinese history from 2200 BC to the present. Very Good

A DIGITAL ARTIST ON THE ROAD IN CHINA
http://www.zama.com/ontheroad/
A traveler uses digital imagery to capture her experiences in China. Sections: Inspirations (photos of different scenes), gallery (digital paintings), panoramas (terrific panoramas of several sites) and backpack (how it was accomplished). The panoramas are excellent. Very Good

DISPLAYING THE FORBIDDEN: IMAGES OF CHINA’S IMPERIAL PALACES
http://www.photo.ucr.edu/photographers/siren/
Images of the hidden palaces of the Chinese court, unknown to outsiders until the revolution in 1911. "Home to twenty-four successive emperors, the center of Chinese court life for two imperial dynasties, and with a life span of well over half a millennium, the Forbidden City - or the Great Within as it is sometimes called - was the seat of power in China until the revolution in 1911 forced the monarchy to abdicate the throne." Provides background information for the photos taken by Osvald Siren in the 1920s.. Search the database by exteriors and interiors (i.e. Architecture, Landscape, Sculpture, etc.) Very Good

EMPEROR QIN’S TERRACOTTA ARMY OF XI’AN             NEW!
http://www.anniebees.com/China/China_42.htm

"Qin's terracotta army consists of life-size figures of warriors, depicted in battle dress according to rank an unit, and numerous figures of horses and chariots, and this is only part of what is believed to be his grand tomb. The terracotta army lies approximately a mile east of Qin's main tomb which is said to contain spectacular objects. To date only trial digs of the main tomb site have been completed and they have yet to find the main entrance to the tomb."
Includes the story and photos. Very Good

EXPLORING ANCIENT WORLD CULTURES – CHINA         NEW!
http://eawc.evansville.edu/chpage.htm
A collection of resources on Chinese history and culture. Sections: The Analects of Confucius, The Art of War, Reflections on The Tao Te Ching, Chronology, Essays, Images, Internet Sites and Texts. Very Good

THE FORBIDDEN CITY – A VIRTUAL TOUR
http://www.chinavista.com/beijing/gugong/!start.html
Follow the dragon to take a photo tour of the Forbidden City, the most famous and lasting palace of the Chinese emperors. Very Good

GREAT WALL ACROSS THE YANGTZE
http://www.pbs.org/itvs/greatwall/
A companion site to the PBS program examining construction of the Three Gorges Dam and its far-reaching ramifications. Sections include: The Story, The Yangtze, Three Gorges Dam, The Controversy, and The Film. Very Good

THE HEALING ARTS OF ANCIENT CHINA
http://www.mcdougallittell.com/whist/netact/U2/U2quiz.htm
Information on Chinese medicine and health. Take a quiz to see how much you know to start. Then click on To the Main Page to begin. Sections: Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Qi Gong, and the Philosophy of Chinese Medicine. Very Good

HISTORY OF CHINA
http://www-chaos.umd.edu/history/welcome.html
A chronological history of China. The History Timeline gives a Timeline of Chinese history by dynasty. The History Pages gives a narrative history of China linked to maps. Very Good

HISTORY OF CHINA                 NEW!
http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=aa21
A history of China. 10 pages. Check the links on the left for more. Very Good

HUMANITIES INTERACTIVE – THE GREAT BRONZE AGE OF CHINA                 NEW!
http://www.humanities-interactive.org/ancient/bronze/index.html?collectionVar=AncientCulturesStop&pageVar=1
An interactive exhibit on the Bronze Age of China with Essays, a Gallery, a Game and more. Note: We had trouble getting the For Teachers section to open. Very Good

INSIDE CHINA TODAY
http://www.einnews.com/china/
An online news service focusing on news from and about China. Very Good

JENNY CHU PHOTO ESSAY OF CHINA
http://home.earthlink.net/%7Ejechu/
An exhibit of photos of rural China taken in 2001 by photographer Jenny Chu. Very Good

THE MUSEUM OF THE TERRACOTTA ARMY                 NEW!
http://www.bmy.com.cn/template/gzb/index_en.aspx
History, information and photos of the Terracotta Army found near the tomb of Emperor Qin. Very Good

SHANGHAI IN IMAGES
http://sdocument.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/IaoDatabase/ShanghaiPictures/index.php
A photo gallery of pre-revolution Shanghai in the 19th and 20th centuries. Contains a huge number of photos. Read the Introduction in English for the background. Very Good

THE SILK ROAD
http://www.ess.uci.edu/~oliver/silk.html#1
An article on the history and significance of the Silk Road, the trading route from Europe to Asia and back. Very Good

SILK ROAD SEATTLE
http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/index.shtml
A major educational project to inform the public about the Silk Road. "Our principal goal is to provide via the Internet materials for learning and teaching about the Silk Road. Much is available here already: historical texts, well illustrated web pages on historic cities and architecture and on traditional culture of the Central Asian nomads, extensive annotated bibliographies of resources, an electronic atlas, and a stunning virtual art exhibit drawing on museum collections from around the world." Includes teaching materials. Very Good

TIMELINE OF CHINESE DYNASTIES                 NEW!
http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/china/timeline.html
A chart with a timeline of Chinese dynasties from 12,000 BC to 1911 AD. Click on the links for a more detailed history of that dynasty. Very Good

VISIONS OF CHINA
http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/1999/china.50/
A CNN special section on China and its history. Includes: 50 and Beyond, Inside China, Red Giant, Asian Superpower, Imperial Icon, Panoramic Images and more. Very Good

A VISUAL SOURCEBOOK OF CHINESE CIVILIZATION                 NEW!
http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/
Information on Chinese civilization through history. Includes a Timeline, illustrations, photos and brief descriptions. Sections: Geography, Ancient Tombs, Buddhism, Calligraphy, Military Technology, Painting, Homes, Gardens, Clothing and Graphic Arts. Click on the illustrations in each section to open up new sections. Suitable for 7th grade and up. Very Good

WELCOME TO CHINA             NEW!
http://www.tooter4kids.com/china/Index.htm
Information and photos on China. Good for elementary students. Includes a link for Teachers on other sites about China. Very Good

WELCOME TO CHINA – CHINESE CULTURE         NEW!
http://www.wku.edu/~yuanh/China/
An annotated collection of links to resources on Chinese culture, art, language, business and more. A good research site. Sections: Art, Culture, Business, Facts, Language, Health, Travel, Other’s Sites and more. Very Good

XI’AN AND TERRA COTTA WARRIORS
http://pic.templetons.com/brad/photo/china/xian/
Very good photos of the terra cotta warriors found in Xi’an in Shaanxi province. Use the next link for information on how this extraordinary archeological find was discovered after all records of the tomb had been lost for centuries:   http://www.purdue.edu/PMO/chinatour/more_info/warriors.htm     Very Good

YU YUAN GARDEN – THE GARDEN OF PEACE AND COMFORT
http://www.yuyuangarden.com/yy/
A virtual tour of a large garden in old Shanghai. Includes three panoramas and natural sounds. Very Good

                                   

ANCIENT TOMBS – CHINA
http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/archae/2tommain.htm
Information on artifacts found in ancient Chinese tombs which give insights into Chinese culture at the time. Focuses on five tombs: Neolithic Tomb at Dawenkou (2300 BC), Shang Tomb of Fu Hao (1200 BC), Western Zhou Tomb of the Count of Yu (1000 BC), Eastern Zhou Tomb of the Maruis Yi (433 BC), and Han Tomb of Liu Sheng (113 BC). A map shows the locations of the tombs and there are photos of the tombs and descriptions and photos of the objects found. Good

THE CHAIRMAN SMILES – CHINESE PROPAGANDA POSTERS                 NEW!
http://www.iisg.nl/exhibitions/chairman/chnintro.php

"The Chinese posters on this site are divided in three sections: the early years (1949-1965), the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) and the period of modernization up to the present (1977-1997). See also Stefan Landsberger's Chinese Propaganda Poster Pages.
Since 1949, the Communist Party is in power in China, with Mao Zedong as chairman. In the early years, poster propaganda focuses on building the new country. The late 1950s bring the forced collectivization of agriculture and the campaign for the Great Leap Forward, which was to boost China's industrial production. The happy, energetic, and idyllic scenes on the posters contrast with the grim reality of mismanagement in industry and agriculture, which resulted in a horrible famine in which 30 to 40 million people starving to death.
On the posters, elements of Socialist Realism are recognizable, inspired by examples and teachers from the Soviet Union. From the beginning they are blended with elements of traditional Chinese painting and popular art: sweet colours, applied in soft gradations or combinations of heavy black contours with bright flat colours.
In the early 1960s there is an economic liberalization to encourage production. At the same time, an extremely aggressive style of propaganda is developed for use against Western imperialism. This is especially evident in posters on the Vietnam War."
Good

CHINA – ANCIENT ARTS AND SCIENCES
http://sln.fi.edu/tfi/info/current/china.html
Information from the Franklin Institute on the arts and sciences of ancient China. Includes Chinese Crafts and Inventions. Good

CHINA – HISTORY FOR KIDS             NEW!
http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/china/
Links to information for students on China. Good

CHINA HOTLIST             NEW!
http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/jcheek3/china.htm
A list of links to sites about China for students. Good

CHINA- THE HOMELAND OF TEA
http://rims.k12.ca.us/china/images/tea.htm
An essay on the history and types of tea in China. Good

CHINA PHOTOGALLERY
http://mitglied.lycos.de/yoshikeller/china/index.htm
A photogallery of images of China. Good

CHINA UNIQUE                                                                                                    
http://chinaunique.com/
A colorful site with a wide range of information on China, aimed at students. Sections include: Education (fast facts), Culture, Fun and Games and more. Good

CHINESE ALPHABET
http://www.usc.edu/dept/ealc/chinese/newweb/character_page.html
The characters of the Chinese alphabet. Good

CHINESE CHARACTERS EXPLAINED
http://www.zhongwen.com/noads.htm

"Alone among modern languages, Chinese integrates both meaning and pronunciation information in its characters. Zhongwen.com deciphers this rich information to help students understand, appreciate and remember Chinese characters, one of humanity's greatest and most enduring cultural achievements. Until recent centuries, China had one of the highest literacy rates in the world and more than half of the world's literature was written in Chinese characters. Due to the central role of calligraphy in Chinese art and the vitality of Chinese civilization, Chinese characters have held a similarly preeminent position in the world's art."
Includes a dictionary of over 4,000 Chinese characters. Good

CHINESE CLIP ART
http://www.in4mation.org/clipart.html
Clipart images of Chinese scenes, mostly historical. Good

CHINESE CULTURE AND HISTORY LINKS                 NEW!
http://loki.stockton.edu/~gilmorew/consorti/1beasia.htm
A collection of links for high school students and up on Chinese history and culture. Good

CHINESE CULTURAL STUDIES: WEB SITES             NEW!
http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/core9/phalsall/other.html
Links to sites about Chinese culture. For junior/senior high students. Good

CHINESE EMBASSY
http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/
The official site for the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China. Good

CHINESE INVENTIONS                     NEW!
http://library.thinkquest.org/15618/inventor.htm
A site by students for students on Chinese inventions. Sections: Compass, Medicine, Gunpowder, Printing, Paper, Embroidery, and Silk. Good

CHINESE LINKS
http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/core9/phalsall/other.html
A page of links to sites dealing with Chinese culture. For senior high students and above. Good

CHINESE MYTHS AND FANTASIES
http://www.chinavista.com/experience/myth/myth.html
The history and features of Chinese myths. Good

CHINESE NEW YEAR
http://www.educ.uvic.ca/faculty/mroth/438/CHINA/chinese_new_year.html
Information for children on the Chinese New Year. Good

CHINESE TEA             NEW!
http://www.chinavista.com/experience/tea/tea.html
Information on the tea trade in China and its history. Good

CLIPART – CHINA             NEW!
http://www.parish-without-borders.net/clipart/art-china.htm
A few clips for students on China. Good

COINS AND HISTORY OF ASIA
http://www.grifterrec.com/coins/coins.html
Photos and descriptions of Asia coins from ancient and medieval times. Includes the date minted, the reigning emperor, the denomination and a physical description. Sections: Ancient and Medieval China; Chou & Qin; Western Han-Eastern Han; Three Kingdoms; Sui & Tang; Five Dynasties & Tartars; Northern Song; Southern Song; and Yuan, Ming & Qing. Note: Scroll down for the Far East (China) section. Good

CONDENSED CHINA                 NEW!
http://asterius.com/china/
A brief overview/introduction to Chinese history. Good

COURT LIFE IN CHINA – AN ETEXT
http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/toc/modeng/public/HeaCour.html
This is the text of the book "Court Life in China" by Isaac Taylor Headland whose wife was the court physician to the last Empress of China. The book was published in 1909 and offers a glimpse of Chinese court life before the Revolution. The link takes you to the Table of Contents. Good

DADU – AN IMPERIAL PALACE
http://www.taisei.co.jp/cg_e/ancient_world/daito/adaito.html
Information on Dadu, the capital city built by Kublai Khan in the 13th century near present-day Beijing. The site reconstructs Dadu and shows images how the site looked. Good

ENCHANTED LEARNING – CHINA
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/
Click on China and the Great Wall for information for primary students. Includes maps, numbers, flag, and more. Good

EXPLORING ANCIENT WORLD CULTURES – CHINA
http://eawc.evansville.edu/chpage.htm
Information on Chinese poems and writings. Sections: The Analects of Confucius, The Art of War, and Reflections on The Tae Te Ching. Good

FEI CH’I-HAO: THE BOXER REBELLION – 1900
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1900Fei-boxers.html
An account by a Chinese Christian of the Boxer Rebellion in 1900. This is a personal account of the activities and point of view of the residents. Good

GET A CHINESE NAME
http://www.mandarintools.com/chinesename.html
A simple tool for converting your first and last name into Chinese characters. Good

GREAT WALL OF CHINA – PICTURE BOOK                         NEW!
http://library.thinkquest.org/27638/
Facts and a picture book of the Great Wall of China. For elementary students. Good

THE GLORY OF CHINESE PRINTING
http://www.cgan.com/english/english/cpg/indexen.htm
The extensive history of Chinese printing from the earliest wood blocks to movable print. Good

THE GREAT WALL – A VIRTUAL TOUR                                            
http://www.chinavista.com/travel/greatwall/greatwall.html
Take a virtual photo tour of the Great Wall of China. The photos give a glimpse of the massive construction of the wall. Good

THE HARVEST MOON FESTIVAL
http://www.educ.uvic.ca/faculty/mroth/438/CHINA/moon.htm
Information for children on the Harvest Moon Festival in China. Good

HISTORY OF CHINA                         NEW!
http://www-chaos.umd.edu/history/toc.html
An outline of Chinese history suitable for junior high and up. Good

HISTORY OF CHINESE INVENTION AND DISCOVERY             NEW!
http://www.computersmiths.com/chineseinvention/
A timeline showing Chinese inventions and discoveries. From 1.6 million BCE to present. Good

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS IN CHINA
http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/china.html
Includes an Outline of the History of Chinese Mathematics and a Chronology of Mathematicians and Mathematical Works. Good

IMPERIAL CHINA – THE ART OF THE HORSE
http://www.ket.org/artofthehorse/ed/
An online exhibit on the role of the horse in China and Chinese art. Sections: Xi’an and Shaanxi Province, Selected Artifacts, and Educational Materials (extensive information on Chinese history). Good

INTERNET GUIDE FOR CHINESE STUDIES
http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/igcs/
Links by categories for high school students and up researching China and Chinese history. Good

KUBLAI KHAN IN BATTLE 1287 (OBSERVATIONS OF MARCO POLO)             NEW!
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/khan.htm
An account of a battle between the forces of Kublai Khan (the Mongol ruler who conquered China) and the forces of his uncle Nayan. The account is from Marco Polo who spent 17 years in the Khan’s court. Good

LOST CITIES OF THE SILK ROAD                     NEW!
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/cntoc.html

"The team will work in the Taklamakan Desert, so inhospitable that its name in the local language means "Go in, and you don't come out." At the desert's edge, glacial melt- water feeds a string of oases where Silk Road caravans once stopped to rest and resupply. Because the climate has been getting steadily drier over the last two millennia, inhabitants were forced to move closer to the water sources, abandoning their cities to encroaching desert. Hidden for centuries among high dunes, ancient Silk Road settlements such as the already-discovered sites of Niya and Lulan hold a wealth of clues about the movement of people, goods, and ideas across Eurasia. Now, armed with radar images that show scientists where the ruins can be found, more of the Silk Road's secrets can be uncovered at last."
For senior high and up. Good

MONKS AND MERCHANTS: SILK ROAD TREASURES FROM NORTHWEST CHINA… - ONLINE EXHIBIT
http://www.asiasociety.org/arts/monksandmerchants/
An online exhibit of artifacts from the merchant trade in northwest China on the Silk Road. Very well done. Good

MYSTERIOUS MUMMIES OF CHINA
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/chinamum/
A companion site to the Nova special "The Mysterious Mummies of China". Sections: Takla Makan Mummies, Mummies 101, Digging Into Language, Resources, and a full Transcript of the special. Good

ONLINE CHINESE TOOLS
http://www.mandarintools.com/
All kinds of tools for students learning to speak Chinese including Flashcards, Chinese characters and more. Good

PEOPLE’S DAILY ONLINE                 NEW!
http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/
The English version of a Chinese daily newspaper. Good

PHOTO TOURS OF THE FORBIDDEN CITY, THE SUMMER PALACE AND THE MING TOMBS             NEW!
http://www.stuebegreen.com/wonderland/photos/fc/pix0.html
Photo tours of the three areas noted. Good

PICTURING POWER: POSTERS FROM THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION
http://kaladarshan.arts.ohio-state.edu/exhib/poster/exhibintro.html
An online exhibition of posters from the Cultural Revolution in China in the 1960s and 1970s. Good

A PRISONER OF THE BOXER REBELLION             NEW!
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/boxer.htm
An eyewitness account of the Boxer Rebellion in 1900 in China. "Luella Miner was among the foreigners besieged by the Boxers in Peking. She was a professor at the American College at Tungchau, China located at the outskirts of Peking. We join her story as the Boxers attack her compound:" Good

RARE BIRDS OF CHINA             NEW!
http://www.rarebirdsofchina.com/
A set of prints of rare Chinese birds. Click on the thumbnail for the name of the bird. Good

SHIH HUANG TI – UNDERGROUND PALACE
http://www.taisei.co.jp/cg_e/ancient_world/xian/axian.html
Information on the underground palace beneath the tomb of Shih Huang Ti. When Shih Huang Ti of the Chi’in Empire ascended to the throne, he began construction of a fabulous underground palace to be his tomb. Images reconstruct this palace. There is also a QuickTime tour to download. Good

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST
http://www.scmp.com/
The online English edition of the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s major English daily newspaper. Good

THE SPLENDORS OF IMPERIAL CHINA – ONLINE EXHIBIT                     NEW!
http://www.asianart.com/splendors/index.html
Photos with captions of some Chinese art treasures. Good

TAIWAN HEADLINES
http://www.taiwanheadlines.gov.tw/
Daily online news from Taiwan and China. Good

THEME PARKS IN CHINA – PHOTO GALLERY             NEW!
http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1683903,00.html
A Time magazine photo gallery of theme parks in China. Good

TIMELINE- IMPERIAL CHINA TO KUBLAI KHAN             NEW!
http://www.historyworld.net/timelines/timeline.asp?back=existing.asp&from=existing&tid=ycba&title=Imperial%20China%20to%20Kublai%20Khan
A timeline of events in Chinese history from 250 BCE to 1707. Click on Next Section. Good

VIRTUAL CHINA         NEW!
http://www.kiku.com/electric_samurai/virtual_china/index.html
Click on the city or region for thumbnail photos of Chinese landmarks and scenes. Good

A VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP TO THE STONE FOREST, KUNMING, YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA         NEW!
http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/kunming/stoneforest.html
A virtual field trip to the Stone Forest, a geologic region south of Kunming with spectacular rock formations. Good

VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION                 NEW!
http://www.cnd.org/CR/
Articles about the Cultural Revolution in China. Many of the texts are in Chinese. Good

LESSON PLANS & CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES

ADVISING CHINA: EXPLORING THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF THE CHINESE GROWTH SPURT – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20061220wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on China’s growth for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students will consider how an economic boom has affected China and role-play in a letter writing activity." Excellent

ANGER AND AGGRAVATION IN CHINA: EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CHINA, JAPAN AND KOREA THROUGH MULTI-LAYERED TIMELINES – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20050413wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on China and its neighbors for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students examine current disputes between nations, and then, after learning about current tensions among Japan, China and South Korea, research and create timelines outlining the development of relationships among these nations. They then write letters from the perspective of a leader of one nation to a leader of another nation studied in class." Excellent

ANIMALS OF THE CHINESE ZODIAC - LESSON PLAN
http://edsitement.neh.fed.us/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=344
A lesson plan for grades 2-5 on the Chinese zodiac. "After completing this lesson, students will: • know what a symbol is • understand that the Chinese calendar is divided into cycles of 12-years, in which each year is represented by an animal • be familiar with the story explaining the choice of the 12 zodiac animals • understand that each animal of the calendar symbolizes certain character traits • know that the Chinese associate the traits of each zodiac animal with people born in that year • know their own signs within the Chinese zodiac." Excellent

ASIA FOR EDUCATORS
http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/
Resources for teachers on China. Includes suggestions for activities and background information for teachers. Also includes Lesson Plans, Multimedia Units, Maps, Primary Sources, Key Points & Central Themes and more. Excellent

ATTITUDES TOWARD NATURE IN DAOIST ART – LESSON PLAN                        NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=57&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan for 10th grade students on how Chinese (especially Daoists) view nature.  “This short lesson plan helps students understand the difference between how many Westerners view nature versus how many Chinese (particularly Daoists and the literati) felt about the natural world around them. This lesson plan uses Chinese poems and landscape paintings as primary resources.”  Excellent

 

 BUILDING AN EMPIRE: MAPPING CHINA – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=33&era=&grade=&geo=
A lesson plan on China for grades 6-8. "Students understand China and its geography by creating travel brochures for China's nine distinct regions. Groups then combine their brochures into a bulletin board map of China, discussing commonalities and distinctive features. A simplified version of this may be used in Chinese language classes, wherein students describe the regions in Chinese." Excellent

CELEBRATING THE CHINESE NEW YEAR – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://alex.state.al.us/lesson_view.php?id=6986
A lesson plan for primary students on the Chinese New Year. "During this lesson, students will learn about the Chinese New Year celebration, including customs, symbols and their meanings, and roles of adults and children. Following the lesson, students will compare the celebrations in United States and China. The students will also draw a picture and write a sentence about their favorite holiday celebration." Excellent

CHINA: ANCIENT COUNTRY IN A MODERN WORLD – LESSON PLANNING ARTICLE
http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson099.shtml
A collection of teaching strategies and activity suggestions for students at all levels. Excellent

CHINA AND THE BEIJING OLYMPICS/CHINESE CULTURE         NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/issues_in_depth/ChinaandBeijing.html
A large collection of lesson plans, articles and more on the Beijing Olympics and on modern Chinese culture. Excellent

CHINA AND THE CHINESE NEW YEAR – GAMES & ACTIVITIES         NEW!
http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/chinese_new_year.htm
A collection of games and activities for elementary students on the Chinese New Year. Includes: Games, Activities, Crafts and more. Excellent

CHINA: DIM SUM: A CONNECTION TO CHINESE-AMERICAN CULTURE – LESSON PLANS
http://www.newton.mec.edu/Angier/DimSum/Dim%20Sum%20Index.html
A collection of lesson plans relating to various aspects of Chinese culture. Examples: Chinese Calligraphy Lesson, Using Chop Sticks Lesson, Six Chinese Folk and Fairy Tales to Read Lesson. Excellent

CHINA: PEOPLE AND PLACES – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/chinapeopleandplaces/
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on Chinese language and culture. "Students will understand the following: 1/In the spoken Chinese language, tone as well as words communicates meaning. 2/The Chinese languages use a writing system made up of symbols, called characters, rather than letters; each character has its own meaning. 3/Chinese names are made up of several characters. 4/A name in Chinese characters can be rewritten as a word with the letters of the English alphabet. Then we can pronounce the Chinese name and figure out what it means."     Excellent

CHINA: PORTRAIT OF CHANGE – CURRICULUM UNIT             NEW!
http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1981/2/81.02.05.x.html
A curriculum unit for grades 7-8 on modern China. "This unit explores Chinese history in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. What I have tried to do is to present the many contrasts in new China today as she begins to modernize and play a more prominent role in world affairs. In all that I read, one message was repeatedly made: the dangers in being wrong about China are vastly greater today than they ever were in the past. The unit begins with an examination of China’s geography and the resulting isolation from the rest of the world up through the Eighteenth Century. It then traces some of the events leading to the downfall of the last ruling dynasty in China and the organization of the Nationalist Party and the Chinese Communist Party. The unit covers the history of China up to the Communist takeover in 1949, and then examines some of the most pressing challenges facing China today. I plan to do a sequel to this unit next year in which the focus will be China since 1949 (or since Mao)."    Excellent

CHINA – TEACHING THEME
http://teachers.teach-nology.com/themes/country/china/
A collection of classroom activities and lesson plans for teaching about China and Chinese culture. Includes: Clip Art/Printables, Printables, Background Information, Vocabulary Builders, Hands On Activities, Webquests, Interactive Sites for Students, Worksheets, Lesson Plans and Worksheets You Can Customize. Excellent

CHINA THEME UNIT FROM EDHELPER.COM
http://www.edhelper.com/geography/China.htm
A collection of classroom activities on China. Includes: China Map, China Reading Comprehensions, Chinese New Year and Chinese Numbers, China Animal Reading Comprehension, China Math Stories Printables, China Maze, China Crossword Puzzle, and China Printables. Excellent

CHINA’S GREAT SAGE – LESSON PLAN          NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=106&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan for 10th grade students on Confucius.  “Students read, analyze, and paraphrase translations from The Analects as a means of understanding key elements of Confucianism.”  Excellent 

THE CHINESE DRAGON: A POWERFUL METAPHOR IN CHINESE CULTURAL HISTORY             NEW!
http://www.primarysource.org/resources/tcu_botsford/toc.html
A curriculum unit for 4th grade and up students. "The folk literature of China could be said to provide a kind of "Natural History" of this huge country throughout its 4000 year history. These stories, which have survived the vicissitudes of succeeding dynasties, invasions of barbarian tribes and the immense upheaval of the Communist revolution, have done so because their themes continue to engage the Chinese people reflecting the reality of their lives and the stuff of their dreams as vividly today as they did centuries ago." Excellent

THE CHINESE FAMILY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY – CURRICULUM UNIT                   NEW!
http://www.primarysource.org/resources/curriculum/chinese%20family/abrahamintr.html
A curriculum unit for grades 11-12 on the Chinese family in the 20th century. "The Chinese family has withstood incredible pressure to conform to the ideals and norms established by the Chinese state.  Whether it was Confucian values, revolutionary Maoism, or the search for economic and political liberation, the family has endured numerous changes as it bent with the prevailing political winds.  Throughout the tumultuous twentieth century, the family is still the basic unit of Chinese society.  Many elements of traditional China survive and are interwoven with modern arrangements.  Family members demonstrate a tremendous respect and deference for each member, especially those in the eldest generation.  Children are cherished.  Marriages and deaths are marked by rituals that display the importance of continuing the family lineage.  The next generation is seeking to make its mark in China."   Contains four lessons plus supplementary materials. Excellent

CHINESE INVENTIONS – A SELECTED HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND INVENTION IN CHINA – LESSON PLAN                             NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=64&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan for intermediate/junior high students on inventions in China.  “Students try to match important inventions and scientific discoveries with their countries of origin. This short lesson also asks students to consider technological diffusion and time-distance relationships.”  Excellent

CHINESE NEW YEAR LESSON PLANS AND ACTIVITIES             NEW!
http://www.teacherplanet.com/resource/chinesenewyear.php
Classroom resources for teaching about China and the Chinese New Year. Excellent

CONCEPT OF JUSTICE IN CHINESE SOCIETY – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=62&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan for 8th grade students on the Chinese justice system.  “Students examine a real-life murder mystery in 1920's China. This intriguing case compels students to think about justice in Chinese--and all--societies. Does "rule of law" or "extenuating circumstances" prevail?”  Excellent 

COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS: THE THREE GORGES DAM – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.econedlink.org/lessons/index.php?lesson=EM347&page=teacher
A lesson plan for junior high school students on the Three Gorges Dam. "
This lesson will allow students to evaluate the costs/benefits of the Three Gorges Dam project on the Yangtze River in China. The purpose of this lesson is to encourage students to look at a complex issue from differing viewpoints and to reach a decision on its merits after examining multiple points of view." Excellent

CREATING CHINESE CHARACTERS – LESSON PLAN                     NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=34&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan for grades 2-3 on Chinese characters. “Students will learn to identify simple pictographs and ideographs from Chinese writing. After creating their own images, they will combine characters to communicate ideas to one another, introducing basic foundations of how elements of the Chinese writing system developed.”  Excellent 

DISSIDENTS DELICATELY DEMOCRATIZE: CHALLENGING COMMUNISM IN CHINA – A GLOBAL HISTORY CLASSROOM LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19990721wednesday.html
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on China. "Students will read and discuss the article, 'Chinese Dissidents Issue a Sharp Challenge to the Government' on pro-democratic manifestos that were recently written in China, write a journal entry on what human rights means to them, report on several pro-democratic demonstrations that have taken place in China during the last decade and interpret one of the original manifestos." Excellent

EXPERIENCING TIANANMEN SQUARE – LESSON PLAN                             NEW!
http://www.lessonplanspage.com/SSArtLACIExperiencingTiananmenSquare612.htm
A lesson plan for 6th grade students on the Tiananmen Square massacre and the reaction in and outside of China. "GOALS: Know basic facts about the Tiananmen Square demonstration and massacre. ● Understand the situation for democracy and human rights in another country, in the past and today. ● Be able to express accurate facts and meaningful personal thoughts about this issue in spoken, written, demonstrated, and/or artistic form." Excellent

EYES ON THE WORLDWIDE PRIZE: VIEWING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING’S "I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH" THROUGH A GLOBAL LENS – LESSON PLAN                                                                                         NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20060531wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on China’s reaction to Martin Luther King, Jr. for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students learn about the production of "Passages of Martin Luther King Jr." at the National Theater in China, and the ways in which the words of Dr. King have impacted the Chinese people and government. They then examine cases of discrimination around the world and respond to Dr. King’s famous 1963 "I Have a Dream" speech from the perspective of these marginalized populations." Excellent

FOLLOWING THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA – LESSON PLAN                                             NEW!
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=619
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on the Great Wall of China. "The famous Great Wall of China, which was built to keep the China’s horse-riding neighbors at bay, extends more than 2,000 kilometers across China, from Heilongjiang province by Korea to China’s westernmost province of Xinjiang. The wall that is so well known today is predominantly a product of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), though the building of fortified walls to protect territory along the northern frontier stretching from Manchuria to Central Asia is a practice whose roots go back to the Qin dynasty of the 3rd century BCE. This lesson will investigate the building of the Great Wall during the Ming Dynasty, and will utilize the story of the wall as a tool for introducing students to one period in the rich history of China." Excellent

THE FORBIDDEN CITY – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/forbiddencity/
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 on the Forbidden City. "Students will understand the following:1/The rulers of the Manchu dynasty were isolated from the common Chinese people and vice versa. 2/Access to U.S. government officials and access to officials in the People’s Republic of China can be compared and contrasted with access to rulers of the Manchu dynasty." Excellent

FUN AND GAMES CHINESE STYLE
http://chinaunique.com/fun/
Fun games and classroom activities for elementary students. Excellent

GAUGING BEIJING: USING THE SWOT ANALYSIS STRATEGY TO ADDRESS CHINA’S READINESS FOR THE 2008 OLYMPICS – LESSON PLAN  
                                                                                                                                                                                                       NEW!

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20070815wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on Beijing and the Olympics for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students use the "SWOT" (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) institutional analysis method to evaluate China’s preparedness for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. They then create separate brochures for the event representing both China’s supporters and critics, focusing on the "SWOT" categories to support their positions." Excellent

GOOD WILL – THREE CHINESE STORIES – UNIT PLAN                 NEW!
http://www.learningtogive.org/lessons/unit34/
A unit of three lessons based on three Chinese stories for primary students. "In this unit, the students hear three beautiful stories of Chinese literature. Two are folk tales from ancient China, and the third is present day in North America. The learners explore decision-making and the consequences of choices made. The conclusion/moral is that selfless choices have their own rewards." Excellent

THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/greatwall/index.html
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on the Great Wall of China. "Students will: 1/ understand the roles played by different dynasties in the construction of the great walls of China; 2/ understand the varied contributions of the Qin, Han, Tang, and Ming dynasties to ancient Chinese civilization; and 3/ understand and recognize some of the events occurring in other parts of the world during the time of the early Chinese dynasties." Excellent

HOW SHALL WE RULE CHINA? – LESSON PLAN                  NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=61&era=&grade=&geo=

A role-playing lesson plan for 5th grade students on China.  “This role-playing activity focuses on a powerful time in history: when the Mongol armies conquered China. Students consider important questions about government and society from a number of perspectives.”  Excellent 

LIONS, DRAGONS AND NIAN: ANIMALS OF THE CHINESE NEW YEAR – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=381
A lesson plan for grades K-2 on the Chinese New Year. "In this lesson, the students will learn about the major differences between eastern and western dragons and discover why the eastern dragons are associated with the Chinese New Year. They will hear a story about how the dragons came to rule over the major rivers of China. In the second lesson they will learn about the New Years parade and discover that firecrackers are set off to drive off evil spirits, particularly one called Nian." Excellent

MAPPING PERCEPTIONS OF CHINA – LESSON PLAN                      NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=32&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan on China for 8th grade students.  “Through an exercise of mapping one's own neighborhood, students describe what is and is not included on a map. They look at historical and contemporary maps (of China, in this case) and compare and contrast use of scale, orientation, etc. with their own maps to understand how to read and utilize different types of maps.”  Excellent 

MAPPING THE SILK ROUTE CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/nso/asian/lessons/silkroute.html
A classroom activity for primary students in which students learn about the "Silk Road" and map it out on a map of China. Excellent

MARCO POLO TAKES A TRIP – LESSON PLAN
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=451
A lesson plan on Marco Polo and China for grades K-2. "In this lesson, students will learn about the remarkable travels of Marco Polo. They will consult maps to locate Venice and follow the routes Marco took to Beijing and back. They will learn about the challenges of traveling along the Silk Road, discover some interesting facts about China under Mongol rule, and find out how Marco came to produce his famous book. Then they will work in groups to create a large mural/timeline of the life and adventures of this famous traveler." Excellent

NAVIGATING THE STRAITS: INVESTIGATING THE HISTORICAL BACKDROP TO MODERN U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS – LESSON PLAN         NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20031210wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on U.S.-China relations for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students research the players and events that have influenced U.S.-China relations since World War II, with specific emphasis on the two countries' relationships with Taiwan. They then write a briefing paper, advising the president on the best policy to pursue with China and Taiwan." Excellent

NIGHTINGALE: CHINESE HAND SCROLL WITH POEM - LESSON PLAN
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/teaching_materials/curricula/curriculum.cfm?curriculum_id=434&mode=overview
A lesson plan for grades K-4 on art and poetry. "After listening to the Hans Christian Anderson story, "The Nightingale," students will research more information about the bird. They will then write an "If" poem, using facts about a nightingale. Next, watercolors are used to illustrate the poem. Finally, the finished poem and painting are mounted to create a Chinese hand scroll." Excellent

OF POWER AND POLITICS: EXAMINING CHINA’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP TO BETTER UNDERSTAND CURRENT POLITICS – LESSON PLAN
                                                                                                                                                            
NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20040908wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on Chinese politics for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students consider the relationship between politics and the military in China by researching and discussing various modern leaders. They then provide advice to either of China's top politicians in the current power struggle over who fully controls China's politics and military." Excellent

ON THE ROAD WITH MARCO POLO: CROSSING THE DESERTS OF CHINA – LESSON PLAN
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=492
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 in which students research the route Marco Polo took through China and the two deserts he and his companions crossed, the Gobi and the Taklimakan. Excellent

ON THE ROAD WITH MARCO POLO: MARCO POLO IN CHINA – LESSON PLAN
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=493
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on Marco Polo and his travels to China. Students research the history and culture of China at the time that Marco Polo visited, research Kublai Khan and the Mongol Empire and its control of China. Excellent

ONE CHINA FOR ALL? UNDERSTANDING 20TH CENTURY RELATIONS AMONG TAIWAN, CHINA AND THE UNITED STATES – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19990714wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for 6-12 grade students on China. "In this two-day lesson, students explore relations among Taiwan, China and the United States in the 20th century. On the first day, students work in small groups to research these relations in different decades and create timelines relaying their research. On the second day of the lesson, students participate in a research-based discussion about the relations among China, Taiwan and the United States in the 20th century and examine the causes and possible effects of Taiwan's desire to abandon the 'One China' formula by reading a related New York Times article." Excellent

ONE CHINA, TWO SYSTEMS: BUILDING A MODEL OF PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE BETWEEN CHINA AND TAIWAN – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20000223wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for 6-12 grade students on China. "In this lesson, students demonstrate an understanding of the term 'peaceful coexistence' and the role that the term plays in the current Chinese process for reunification with Taiwan. Students work in small groups to research and assess the political ideologies, economic stability and national identities of the countries involved in the One China policy." Excellent

ONE COUNTRY, TWO SYSTEMS - LESSON PLAN
http://www.econedlink.org/lessons/index.cfm?lesson=EM136
A lesson plan for middle/junior students on the economic differences between Hong Kong and mainland China and the changes brought about by the British returning control of Hong Kong to China. "Visit some of the sites below and take notes in order to establish a "grade" for China and Hong Kong as the city undergoes its 50-year transition to Chinese rule. In the first two columns, assign a letter grade for each goal to indicate how well the China and Hong Kong economic systems achieves each goal today. (A=Excellent; B=Good; C=Average; D=Fair; F=Failing) . Include an example from one of the sites below to support the grade you assign to each social goal." Excellent

PAPER MAKING CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/nso/asian/lessons/paper.html
A classroom activity on paper making for primary/elementary students to combine with a lesson on Chinese history and arts. Excellent

PAPERMAKING AND POETRY – LESSON PLAN
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/teaching_materials/curricula/curriculum.cfm?curriculum_id=250&mode=full
A lesson plan for grades K-4 on papermaking and its origins in China. "In this lesson, students will learn about the history of papermaking and its origins in China. They will learn about the papermaking process and will make their own paper." Excellent

POPULATION ISSUES IN CHINA AND INDIA – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/09/g912/population.html
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 on population issues in China and India. "China and India are the two most populous countries in the world, but they have taken very different approaches to population control. Students will gather population statistics for these two countries, read about population issues in both places, and determine whether India should adopt a one-child policy like the one implemented by the Chinese government." Excellent

PUPPETS ON THE MOVE: CHINA AND THE SILK ROAD – LESSON PLAN                     NEW!
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/content/3887/
A lesson plan for grades 5-8 on China and the Silk Road. "Through map-making, research, and class discussions, students will gain an understanding of the dynamics of trade in China along the Silk Road, and the role of trade in urbanization throughout the Han, Tang, and Song dynasties. The lesson will culminate in student-produced and student–created shadow puppet performances that demonstrate students’ understanding of Chinese culture during the days of the Silk Road and of the connection between trade and urbanization." Excellent

RIOT, REVOLUTION AND REFORM: REVISITING THE TIANANMEN SQUARE MASSACRE IN THE GLOBAL HISTORY CLASSROOM – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19990602wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on China’s Tiananmen Square massacre. "In this lesson, students examine the student protests and subsequent massacre at Tiananmen Square in 1989 and the current petition by victims’ family members to open a criminal investigation of the responsible officials. After reading and discussing two New York Times articles about the events, one from 1989 and one from 1999, students will research the perspective of either a student protester or government official and write a research-based diary entry relaying this person’s point of view." Excellent

SIX PATHS TO CHINA – TEACHING ACTIVITIES                 NEW!
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/China/
"The following six activities were created as models for ways to integrate the World Wide Web into classroom learning. China was chosen as a topic because it exemplifies the kind of thinking the Web is great at fostering. Too often learning is reduced to disconnected facts and filtered perspectives. The Web offers a broader, more authentic learning experience. If you'd like more information about the benefits of each type of Web-strategy listed below, take a look at Working the Web for Education."
Excellent

SPLITTING THE MOTHERLAND: EXAMINING POINTS OF VIEW IN THE DEBATE OVER TIBETAN INDEPENDENCE – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20071017wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on China and Tibet. "In this lesson, students learn about the issues surrounding Tibet’s struggle for independence since China’s invasion in 1950. They then write dialogues discussing the issue from opposing points of view." Excellent

THREE GORGES: THE BIGGEST DAM IN THE WORLD – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/programs/threegorges/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on China’s Three Gorges Dam project which will be the biggest dam in the world. "Students will understand the following: 1. The enormous Three Gorges Dam is now being constructed in China on the upper Yangtze River. 2. The dam will benefit many people, but it may also cause serious problems. 3. Dams are built according to complex principles of engineering." Excellent

TRADING NATIONS: ANALYZING THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS OF A GLOBAL ECONOMY – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20040303wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on global economics for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students analyze the impact of a global economy on the workers, business leaders and governments of China and the United States." Excellent

THE UNIT ON CHINESE MYTHOLOGY                         NEW!
http://mcel.pacificu.edu/as/students/myth/edtech.html
A curriculum unit on Chinese mythology for high school students. "This unit may be taught as a part of Humanities or Global Studies courses in high school. It is based on one of the ancient examples of Chinese mythology - the story which is called "Monkey Sprit". Chinese mythology is very complex and it would take many pages to explain all the characters and stories. However, knowledge of some of the mythology will make the images in Chinese art more understandable. The concept of Yin and Yang, and "the Monkey Spirit" will help people to begin to understand the significance of mythology in Chinese culture." Excellent

UP FOR RENEWAL: EXPLORING MODERN RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN CHINA – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20050727wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on China’s energy policies for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students learn about China’s nationwide renewable energy law and its expanding wind energy industry. They then explore various types of modern renewable energy sources and the ways in which they are implemented." Excellent

WAR AND REMEMBRANCE: EXAMINING HOW PEOPLE TODAY VIEW WAR BY CONDUCTING INTERVIEWS – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20050302wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on China for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students will examine how wars are memorialized and viewed, focusing on how the Chinese view its war with Vietnam. They then interview their peers and an adult about this topic, and write an article about their findings." Excellent

WATER RESOURCES IN ASIA: CHANGES AND CHALLENGES – LESSON PLAN                         NEW!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/14/g912/waterresources.html
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 on water resources in Asia with a focus on China. "Water is an all-important resource for human and other life. On the vast Eurasian continent, access to water is of vital importance. In some inland areas, human and physical processes have further limited the quality and supply of water. This lesson plan uses China's water issues as case studies to examine the delicate balance between using resources to improve the standard of living for citizens and preserving resources to protect natural biodiversity and environment. Students will conduct their own case studies on important water resources, such as the Aral Sea in Central Asia, to see how those resources have influenced the life cycles of countless generations of people and the flow of people, commerce, crops, and life in distinctly different regions in Asia." Excellent

WEDNESDAY AND FRIENDS: LOOKING AT THE CHINESE FAMILY THROUGH THE EYES OF WOMEN AUTHORS – CURRICULUM UNIT         NEW!
http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1999/1/99.01.09.x.html
A curriculum unit for primary students on Chinese family life. "In my unit I describe ways in which children can use literature as a means for gathering information and appreciating a culture vastly different from their own, and at the same time enhance their own reading skills at the first grade level.
Through the eyes of women authors and their written works and pictures, we get a glimpse of China and its people, and learn from their roots and traditions. Women play an important role in the family; children haven't always had a chance to hear their voices. When looking at the family, we concentrate on these voices of women.
Wednesday Delight (a puppet) assists the children in gathering information about the values and traditions found in the Chinese family. Literacy plays an important role in every facet of the unit. Books such as Two of Everything by Lily Toy Hong, Amy Tan's books, The Moon Lady and The Chinese Siamese Cat are just a few stories found in the unit."
Excellent

WOODBLOCK PRINTING – LESSON PLAN                  NEW!

http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=102&era=&grade=&geo=

A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on woodblock printing in China.  “Learn about the important role of woodblock printing in Chinese history. Students will create woodblock prints to gain first-hand understanding of how it was used as a communications tool. Students will practice messaging and audience survey skills. This lesson requires the use of sharp knives; see extension below for safer, alternative materials list for younger students.”  Excellent

                                   

THE ABACUS – LESSON PLAN
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/nso/asian/lessons/abacus.html
A lesson plan for primary students on the use of an abacus for math. Students learn the history of the abacus and how to use one. Very Good

THE ANCIENT WORLD EXPLORER – SPACE INVADERS, COPYCATS OR INDEPENDENT INVENTORS? - CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/ancientworld/
Students explore the ancient cultures of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China and learn how people lived in ancient times. Sections: The Task, the Process, Resources, Learning Advice, Evaluation, Conclusion and Reflection. There is also a teacher’s section. Very Good

BANPO VILLAGE – GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN – LESSON PLAN
http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/banpo/
Students join a team researching the ancient Chinese village of Banpo, using artifacts to determine the daily life of the villagers. Very Good

CHINA – CROSSWORD PUZZLE                 NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/xwords/20010402.html
A crossword puzzle from the New York Times on China. Very Good

CHINA – WORD SEARCH PUZZLES
http://www.newton.mec.edu/Angier/DimSum/Word%20Search%20Lesson.html
Three word search puzzles to print our focusing on Chinese culture: Foods, Geography, and Culture. Very Good

CHINESE NEW YEAR AND CHINA CRAFTS & GAMES         NEW!
http://www.dltk-holidays.com/china/index.htm
Games, puzzles and crafts for elementary students on the Chinese New Year and on China. Very Good

CONFUCIUS CHANGES CHINA – LESSON PLAN         NEW!
http://alex.state.al.us/lesson_view.php?id=10356
A lesson plan for middle school/junior high students on Confucius. "In this lesson students analyze Confucianism and its effect on conflicts in China. Students will evaluate an excerpt from The Analects of Confucius to realize the usefulness of Confucius' teachings and create an original cartoon using Confucius' teachings to illustrate conflict resolution that occurs in modern times." Very Good

CREATING THREE-DIMENSIONAL TIMELINE- A SILK ROAD ENCOUNTERS PROJECT – LESSON PLAN         NEW!
http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=46&era=&grade=&geo=\
A lesson plan for grades 6-10 on the Silk Road. "Through the creation of a three-dimensional timeline, students are asked to bring together information from the extended history of the Silk Roads that covers people, places, events, and cultural landmarks. Four major periods of Silk Road history are highlighted for this activity, and students are encouraged to combine written information with visual images. It may be easier to conduct this activity after each group has read about and studied the history, culture, people, and products of the Silk Roads." Very Good

CUTTING UP WITH PAPER – LESSON PLAN                         NEW!
http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=35&era=&grade=&geo=
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on paper, a Chinese invention. "A hand-eye coordination activity. Teachers describe how paper was invented in China and the many uses people found for it over the years. Younger students replicate a Chinese cutout, a festive paper product still seen all over the Chinese world today." Very Good

FRIEND OR FOE? LOOKING BACK ON THE HISTORY BEHIND THE LATEST RUSSIA-CHINA ACCORD – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20010718wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on China. "In this lesson, students examine the historical roots of a new treaty established between China and Russia." Very Good

SHOULD THE MING END THE TREASURE SHIP VOYAGES? – CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://www.askasia.org/frclasrm/lessplan/l000069.htm
In the first century of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) the government sent out voyages to trade with the ports of the Indian Ocean and as far away as Africa. This established the political, economic and cultural importance of the Ming dynasty. Then they abruptly canceled the trade voyages and scuttled the fleet. Students role play the various issues in establishing the voyages and in discontinuing them, role-playing members of the court as they advise the Emperor. Sections: Materials, Time, Introduction, Procedure, Background Information, Information for Advisors, Timeline, and Sources. Very Good

SILK ROADS BIG MAP – A SILK ROAD ENCOUNTERS PROJECT – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=45&era=&grade=&geo=
A lesson plan for various grades on the Silk Road. "Using a projected map outline, students will generate an oversized rendition of the Silk Roads from Europe to East Asia. Students will then apply elements such as political and topographic features, the Silk Roads, products of the regions, and the routes of key travelers. Students may continually add information to the map, and the map may be used as a reference tool throughout the teaching unit." Very Good

TRADING PLACES: UNDERSTANDING INFLUENCES ON CONGRESS’ VOTE ON CHINA’S TRADE STATUS – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20000524wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on China’s trade with the U.S. "In this lesson, students explore how unions and business groups in the United States try to influence Congress and the American people in deciding whether or not to accord China permanent normal trading status. Students then work in groups to create commercials convincing viewers that China should or should not receive this special status." Very Good

WHEN CIVILIZATIONS END – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/programs/civilizationsend/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on China’s history. "Students will ● discuss China's history and its dynasties; ● review facts about the Forbidden City; and ● research and highlight the symbols of five sites inside the Forbidden City." Very Good

                                   

CHINA FOR VISITORS – CLIP ART
http://china4visitors.com/library/weekly/aa061801a.htm
Some clip art on China with Chinese characters, dragons, places, etc. Good

CHINA MAZE WORKSHEET
http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/country/china/maze/
A simple maze for elementary students. Good

CHINA THEME UNIT
http://abcteach.com/directory/theme_units/social_studies/china/
A group of classroom activities such as a Word Unscramble, Similes, Poetry Form, Maps and more. Good

CHINA WORD SEARCH WORKSHEET
http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/country/china/search/
A word search puzzle related to China for elementary students. Good

CHINESE INVENTIONS – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://www.askasia.org/teachers/lessons/plan.php?no=64
A lesson plan for elementary students on Chinese inventions. Good

CHINESE KITE – CLASSROOM ACTIVITY             NEW!
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Arts/Process_Skills/PRO0003.html
A project for 3rd grade students to make a Chinese kite. "The purpose of this activity was for the students to learn how to make their own Chinese kite. Students had been working on a Chinese book, comparing the differences in the cultures and customs of the United States and China. Many of the projects in the book were art projects. The Chinese kite tied everything together." Good

CHINESE NEW YEAR CRAFT ACTIVITY                     NEW!
http://www.funlessonplans.com/holidays/anewyear.htm
A classroom activity in which students create a Chinese lantern for the Chinese New Year. Good

DOT-TO-DOT – MAKING A DRAGON
http://www.newton.mec.edu/Angier/DimSum/Dot%20to%20Dot%20Dragon%20Lesson.html
Connect the dots to make a picture of a Chinese dragon. Good

HOW SHALL WE RULE CHINA – ROLE PLAY – CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://askasia.org/frclasrm/lessplan/l000047.htm
Students must decide what options Kublai Khan and the Mongols face in establishing the Yuan Dynasty and ruling China in the 13th century. Sections: Materials, Aim, Objectives, Issues, Time, Procedure, and Roles. Good

NIGHT THOUGHTS – LESSON PLAN             NEW!
http://international.ucla.edu/shenzhen/2002ncta/wong/Night%20Thoughts.htm
A lesson plan on Medieval China for junior/senior high students. The lesson uses a poem by Li Bo titled "Night Thoughts" to explore Chinese culture in the medieval period. Good

THE TREASURES OF CHINA – INTERNET HUNT             NEW!
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/China/chinahunt.html
 An Internet treasure hunt on China. Good

WEBQUESTS

ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL CHINA WEBQUEST
http://members.aol.com/gretchenle/chinawebquest2.html
A webquest for 6th grade students on ancient China. "China is and has been the site of many of the most impressive marvels in the world.  While much of Europe was squabbling over the remains of the Roman Empire or engaging in tribal warfare, China had a civilization that was astonishing in its breadth and depth.  Many of the innovations first discovered in China would not appear in Europe for centuries.  Some of these marvels are feats of engineering; others are places of amazing wealth and beauty. In some cases archeologists are only now beginning to realize the extent of the treasures that exist.  You and your team will be exploring some of these places and times, and choosing one for a presentation nominating it for recognition."  Excellent                                                                                              

ANCIENT CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.central.k12.ca.us/akers/china_webquest.html
A webquest for 6th grade students on ancient China. "You have been hired by the state of California to demonstrate to your teacher, other students, and your parents your knowledge of ancient China. To do this you must complete the following projects. These projects will be shared during Exhibition Night. In addition to the joy of sharing your projects with your parents, a total of five outstanding projects will be chosen by a judging team. The students who created these five outstanding projects will receive a free lunch (up to $5.00 each) at a local Chinese restaurant. The lunch and transportation will be provided by your teacher, Mrs. Wahl." Excellent

ANCIENT CHINA – WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://www.kn.sbc.com/wired/fil/pages/webancientmr12.html
A webquest for upper elementary students on Ancient China. "In this WebQuest you will be working together with a group of students in class. Each group will answer the Task or Quest(ion). As a member of the group you will explore Webpages from people all over the world who care about Ancient China. Because these are real Webpages we're tapping into, not things made just for schools, the reading level might challenge you. Feel free to use the online Webster dictionary or one in your classroom.
You'll begin with everyone in your group getting some background before dividing into roles where people on your team become experts on one part of the topic. Spend time on the Virtual Tour of Ancient China and other links to gather some background knowledge."
Excellent

ANCIENT CHINA WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://www.ncusd203.org/washington/6th%20Grade/Ancient%20China%20Web%20Quest.htm
A webquest for 6th grade students on Ancient China. "You will be placed in a group that will be responsible for designing one part of the map.  Each member of the group will have specific topics to research, and then as a group you will design your section of the map. The different groups are listed below.  When you begin your search use the links provided.  Then you may use yahooligans and google search engines for even more information." Excellent

AND THEY CAME TO THE STREETS THAT WERE PAVED WITH GOLD – WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://home.flash.net/~sondrine/andtheycame.html
A webquest on Chinese immigration to the United States for 4th grade students. "Why did Chinese immigrants come to California? What were their experiences once they came?
This webquest will introduce you to some of the Chinese immigrants who came to California, the reasons why they came, and the obstacles they faced once they arrived in California. You will be looking at web sites that contain maps, graphs, and excerpts from diaries, letters, and newspaper articles to help you learn about the people in their own words."
Excellent

CHINESE INVENTIONS – AN AMAZING DISPLAY – WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://64.233.169.132/search?q=cache:7N2Adasu2-4J:www.lkwdpl.org/schools/emerson/chineseinventions/WebQuest.doc+chinese+webquest&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=35&gl=us
A webquest on Chinese inventions for 6th grade students. "The Chinese culture is over 5000 years old.  Many of the items that are part of our everyday lives come from the Chinese.  Can you imagine a world without paper, ink, printed books, umbrellas or fireworks?  Some inventions such as the abacus and water wheel are outdated today, but without them would we have computers and hydroelectric power?
The Chinese government has decided to open an Invention Hall of Fame.  You are a member of the research committee which will make recommendations to the Secretary of Culture who will decide which inventions will be showcased when the museum opens to the world."
Excellent

CHINA QUEST NEWSPAPER PROJECT – WEBQUEST
http://webby.umeedu.maine.edu/coehd/Asia/student_page.html
A webquest for junior high students in which students play the role of a reporter writing articles for assignment. "Your task is to create a newspaper. You will select between two reporters: Jimmy "Hot Dog" Williams and Carol "Sunshine" Clark. The topics of your articles will depend on the reporter you choose to be. Click on the reporters name to see the choice of topics. Once you have selected a reporter to be, print out a copy of your article assignments. Each article should be researched and written one at a time. Your editor has given you specific instructions about how to write each article. On each topic page you will be given internet links to help research your article. Your research should also include the use of books, encyclopedias, and CD-ROM's." Excellent

CHINA: ROOTS OF REVOLUTION – WEBQUEST
http://projects.edtech.sandi.net/kearny/roots/
A webquest for senior high students on China. "You represent American companies which are devoted to making quality documentaries about obscure but important subjects. The State Department has asked you each to produce a documentary about China which will be used to brief State Department employees who will be posted to China. Your various companies are competing for this government contract so the expectation is that you will produce a work of quality. The expression "Close enough for government work" does NOT apply in this case!!
The government is most concerned that its employees be briefed on a number of specific issues. These include: the impact of 19th and early 20th century imperialism on Chinese attitudes toward westerners •the nature and degree of political dissent which is permissible •the contradictions which have emerged between China's desire to avoid becoming "capitalist roaders" i.e.(embracing capitalism and economic development) and the need to be seen as preserving revolutionary ideas • a comparison of the communist policy of central planning with the prospects for success for current 15th Party Congress reforms •a comparison of the ways in which the old and new regimes have dealt with the problem of political expression in a diverse society •the question of whether the China's revolution has created permanent change or whether, in time it will turn out to merely have been a change of elites superimposed on the old system. •an assessment of the degree to which China's Civil War between the GMD(KMT) from 1911 to 1949 continues to shape official Chinese policy."
Excellent

CHINA TODAY WEBQUEST
http://www.ualberta.ca/~ams7/WebQuest/
A webquest on China for 6th grade students. "This study focuses on China, one of Canada's Pacific neighbours. Over the past several years, Canada has been refocusing her attentions to the Pacific Rim. China is not only the world's most populous nation, but it is a country with which Canada is increasing her trade. To complete this WebQuest, you will be assigned a role as a family member in a family of four, planning a three week trip to China. The family consists of a father, a mother, a teenager, and a five year old. In order to plan a successful trip you need to discover as much as you can about China.  You will be investigating how the Chinese people living in China meet their physical, social, and psychological needs.  You will also need to compare the similarities and differences in challenges and problems that people in our society and the Chinese society must resolve in meeting new needs as we go into the 21st century.  There is much to discover so your family has decided to divide up the task so that each of you will have an area to investigate, to become an expert in.  Once you have completed your investigation you will share your expertise with your family members so that together you will be able to plan an excellent holiday. Part of this unit deals with the Chinese system of education.  To help you get a good understanding of what education in China is like, we will attempt to establish connections with a class in China so that each of you will be able to correspond with a student in China via e-mail." Excellent
 
CHINA WEBQUEST
                NEW!
http://192.107.108.56/portfolios/t/tripaldi_d/finalproject/chinawebquest/chinawebquest/welcometochina.htm
A webquest for 2nd grade students on China. "The Chinese government has asked students in the second grade all over the United States to help tourism in China.   They are asking that the students study four topics about China:● culture/people ● geography● ancient history of China ●Celebrations of China.   After you become an expert on one of the four topics, you will work in a group to design a poster.  Each poster will be entered in a contest and the winning poster will be sent to the Chinese government." Excellent

CHINA WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://www.eckstein.seattleschools.org/daellis/webquest/
A webquest on China for middle school students and up. "China is an important country to the study of the Eastern Hemisphere. For this China Web Quest, you will be working together in teams to learn about different aspects of Ancient China or Modern China.
You will be a part of a group or team responsible for one part of this project. Each team will produce a presentation board similar to a Science Fair or Project Reach board. Each team will also present to their class. Each member of the group will take the lead for one role as well as be a contributing member of the team for all roles. These roles are explained below."
We found several broken links on this site.  Excellent

CHINA WEBQUEST
http://ele.n-polk.k12.ia.us/WebQuest/China/
A webquest for elementary students on China. "As an employee of Comet Travel Agency, you been given the task of getting more people to travel to China. Your job is to design a travel brochure that provides people interested in traveling to China with more information." Excellent

CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.ucf.k12.pa.us/~jeaton/WebQuestChina.HTML
A webquest for 10th grade students on China. "Welcome to China!  In this WebQuest, we will travel to China online to discover and explore this fascinating country.  You will each assume a role as an expert in some aspect of Chinese culture, society and history, after which you will share this expertise with the class via a PowerPoint presentation, using information you have gleaned from the Internet sources provided below." Excellent

THE CHINESE CULTURAL REVOLUTION WEBQUEST
http://www.eteachers.com.au/Samples/int/Sec/China/Studyroom/6cultrev/webcultural.htm
A webquest for grade 12 students on the Cultural Revolution in China. "Even those who actually lived through a particular historical period will have different perspectives of what it meant - for them, for others like them, for those who were different to them and for their society as a whole. What would you have done during the Cultural Revolution in China - dissented or complied? Judging the effect of a particular period in history involves investigating sources from that period, the views of those who experienced it and analysis after the event. Texts can be useful but more and more, the web is able to provide wide ranging sources on a particular topic. However, anyone can publish a Web page and passionate people tend to want to get their ideas out there, almost any interest, concern or issue has its online community." Excellent

THE CHINESE CULTURAL REVOLUTION WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/vsshistory/Sem2/2China/Studyroom/6cultrev/webcultural.htm
A webquest for grades 10-12 on the Chinese Cultural Revolution. "As a group you're going to explore the topic of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Each member of your team will become an expert in one individual/family's experience during this time in Chinese history. Then you'll have to come back together to answer a question that gets to the heart of 'what's the truth and who says so?'' We want you to do a good job, so why not read the evaluation rubric for this WebQuest?" Excellent

CHINESE INVENTIONS – AN AMAZING DISPLAY – WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:7N2Adasu2-4J:www.lkwdpl.org/schools/emerson/chineseinventions/WebQuest.doc+Chinese+Inventions+an+Amazing+Display&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us
A webquest on Chinese inventions for 6th grade students. "The Chinese culture is over 5000 years old.  Many of the items that are part of our everyday lives come from the Chinese.  Can you imagine a world without paper, ink, printed books, umbrellas or fireworks?  Some inventions such as the abacus and water wheel are outdated today, but without them would we have computers and hydroelectric power?
The Chinese government has decided to open an Invention Hall of Fame.  You are a member of the research committee which will make recommendations to the Secretary of Culture who will decide which inventions will be showcased when the museum opens to the world."
Excellent

CHINESE PATRIOTIC EDUCATION WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://ylzhao.myweb.uga.edu/6100/webquest.htm
A webquest for middle school students on the Chinese Cultural Revolution. "The Chinese Protelarian Cultural Revolution, called "ten-year turmoil", is unfamiliar for many people. It broke out over thirty years ago. Almost all Chinese more or less suffered in the Cultural Revolution.  The persecution against high-placed leaders and intellectuals was especially harsh. Millions of young people wasted their precious time being Red Guards and millions were sent to the countryside and remote areas. The pain of the revolution still remains in the minds of a lot of Chinese." Excellent

THE DAILY GAZETTE – ANCIENT CHINA – WEBQUEST
http://web.mala.bc.ca/webquests3/2001/china/webquest%20good/homepagesetup.htm
A webquest for 7th grade students on ancient China. "You are a reporter for the Daily Gazette, Vancouver's largest travel newspaper. However; you are not just any old Gazette reporter, you are a member of a unique reporting team of five. You and four other reporters at the Gazette have the magical ability to travel through time to different places in the world during different periods of history. Your job is to work as a team to research and write articles for the latest issue of the newspaper, which will look specifically at life in Ancient China. Click on your boss to enter his office." Excellent

DISCOVERING CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.spartanburg6.k12.sc.us/FFMS/China/home.htm
A webquest for 7th grade students on ancient China. "Are you ready for a big vacation and a big assignment? Imagine, Marco Polo has requested that you travel from you home in Europe to the uncharted lands of eastern China, documenting and reporting all that you find. This way when he is ready to make his trip, he will know exactly what to pack and expect on his journey. Now all you can think about is what it will look like there, what the people will be like, what you should pack, and what your friends and relatives will want you to bring back to share with them. (You can let your mom or dad worry about everything else.)" Excellent

DYNASTIES OF CHINA WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://sites.lps.org/wq12/
A webquest for 7th grade students on Chinese dynasties. "China was ruled by a string of various dynasties for over four thousand years. In this Web Quest you will be exploring three of those dynasties; and preparing information to present, demonstrating your expertise on the subject. Read through the steps carefully, and organize your information. Prepare a final product that will best demonstrate your understanding of one of these three Chinese dynasties."   Excellent

IN CELEBRATION OF THE SILK ROAD – WEBQUEST
http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/silkroad/
The Silk Road could be called the "world’s first "Internet"" linking Asia to Europe and Africa. Students plan a display for the fictional "Silk Road Museum" to be built in China. Sections: The Task, the Process, Resources, Learning Advice, Evaluation, Conclusion and Reflection. There is also a Teacher’s section. Excellent

JOURNEY TO CHINA – WEBQUEST
http://www.berksiu.k12.pa.us/webquest/sigoda/index.htm
A webquest for elementary students on China. "Your task is to pretend that you are a boy or girl from China who has just received a letter from a pen pal in the United States. After reading your letter, you will need to pretend you are a child from China and write back to your American pen pal. In your letter, you will need to answer all of the questions your American friend has asked. In order to accomplish this task, you will need to explore some resources that will help you to learn more about your native country, China. Remember, you need to answer the many questions you have been asked as if you were really a child from China!"   Excellent

LIFE IN CHINA – WEBQUEST
http://members.aol.com/mahelenju/index.html
A webquest for grades 3-5 on life in China. "Your parent is hired to a new position that requires to work in China for a minimum of 2 years. Your parents decided to take the whole family to live in China for 2 years." Excellent

MY TWO HOMES – CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.edina.k12.mn.us/cornelia/teach/webquests/china/china.htm
A webquest for elementary level students on Chinese culture. "You and your partner will choose a role. Using the Internet, you will investigate a specific subject area of the country and it's culture. You and your partner will collect notes and pictures that will be used to create a Hyperstudio or Power Point presentation." Excellent

SEARCHING FOR CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/China/ChinaQuest.html
A webquest (with Teacher’s Guide) in which students take on roles in a fact-finding team which will travel to China to investigate the country, people and culture. Excellent

SEARCHING FOR CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.ozline.com/webquests/ChinaWebQuest1.html
A webquest for middle school students on China. Students complete five activities and then create a composite profile of China. Excellent

SIX PATHS TO CHINA WEBQUEST
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/China/
Six learning strategies for student to learn about China and Chinese culture using the web. Excellent

TECHNOLOGY SPIES – WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://imet.csus.edu/imet1/peshette/spies/
A webquest on Chinese inventions for 7th grade students. "Your Monarch...has heard the explorers' tales of astounding inventions and incredible machines in the mysterious East. He has commanded teams of spies to follow in the footsteps of great explorers such as Marco Polo and journey east to China. The mission is to investigate these inventions and select the one that will make life more productive, prosperous, healthy or comfortable in your homeland. Your team must bring back detailed information on the invention so it can be manufactured and used in your Majesty's kingdom.
Since you will be competing against other teams of spies, you will have to convince his Majesty that your invention is the most worthy. Your team will need to prepare a multimedia presentation that will explain the history of the invention, its manufacturing process and its benefits to your monarch's kingdom. Great wealth and power will be yours if your team is successful!"
Excellent

TWELVE CHINESE ZODIAC SIGNS – WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://chinesewebquest.blogspot.com/2007/04/introduction-introduction-task-process.html
A webquest for elementary students on the Chinese signs of the zodiac. "Welcome to the wonder of the Chinese zodiac and the culture that gave it life. The zodiac reveals that people interact with its ideas and symbols in many different ways. It may be used to give significance to ones birth. It might help them better understand themselves or those with whom they feel a connection. Still others use the zodiac to choose a wife or husband. Some may even use the zodiac as pure entertainment. Nevertheless, the zodiac is tradition steeped in Chinese history and culture. Its importance as a tool for understanding elements of the Chinese as a whole cannot be underestimated. In this Webquest, students will begin to experience and respond to the zodiac in many different ways just like the Chinese themselves. In so doing, they may well come to recognize what is familiar in the faces of an unknown culture is the universal struggle to make meaning of the mystery that is life." Excellent

YANGTZE RIVER DAM: PROMISE OR THREAT? – WEBQUEST
http://3gorgesdam.info/
A webquest for 10th grade students on the Three Gorges Dam project in China and its impact. "A conference of policy makers and leaders will soon meet to discuss the status of the Three gorges Dam Project on the Yangtze River. In groups of two, your task is to prepare a briefing for this group in which you outline all sides of the issue. Your boss at the United States Department of State has called you into her office to say: "There's a dam being build in China that is supposed to be the biggest in the world. We need a policy briefing about this project to present at the upcoming conference." Excellent

                                   

ANCIENT CHINA WEBQUEST                         NEW!
http://www.teachnet.ie/stpats/china99008165/index.htm
A webquest on ancient China for 6th grade students. "Congratulations on your graduation as an ICE-PIC agent. As ICE-PIC agents, you will all be called upon to investigate the cultural and historical achievements of other countries. It is important for our department to know as much as we can about our neighbours and to know what exactly they know. It is your job to find out this information for us.
Your first mission is a group investigation into the culture of ancient China. The Chinese have had a long history of inventing and achievement. We want to know exactly what they have done. We need to know everything that they have known for centuries, and we do mean everything!"
We found some broken links on this site. Very Good

BOARD GAMES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD - WEBQUEST
http://students.itec.sfsu.edu/edt628/dstorz/index1.html
Students form teams to study and re-create the board games of the ancient world including Egypt, Mesopotamia and China. Sections include: Team Roles, Board Game Information, Helpful Hints, and Questions For When You Are Done. There is also a Teacher’s section. Very Good

CHINESE CULTURAL WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/lessonplan.jsp?id=659
A webquest for primary students on Chinese culture. "Now that your students have learned about Chinese culture, history, and traditions through literature, it's important to have them learn about other resources of information. I try to take my students to the computer lab to do research frequently. As it is so important to monitor the websites that the students browse, I often have in mind specific activities for them. A colleague of mine, Denise Tripaldi, created the following WebQuest. Through this WebQuest, students are able to research about the people, celebrations, history, and geography of China." Very Good

CHINESE LIFE WEBQUEST             NEW!
http://www.eats.ecsd.net/curricular/webquest/china_needs/
A webquest on Chinese life for upper elementary students. "Your class has been invited to visit China to learn more about their way of life.  You will be eating their food, sleeping as they do, drinking what they drink, traveling their way, attending school and learning what they learn.  To get a better understanding of their social, physical, and psychological needs you will be exploring web sites and your Text book to gather information to "fit in" as a Chinese citizen."   We found two broken links on this site. Very Good

CHINESE NEW YEAR WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://www.fulton-ind.k12.ky.us/faculty/dmiller/Chinese%20New%20Year%20Webquest.htm
A webquest for middle school students on the Chinese New Year. "Because it is the season of the Chinese New Year, you have chosen this as the theme of your party. It is always more fun to plan an event with friends, so you may select at least one but not more than two classmates to be co-hosts with you. Review the process list below. Your teacher will give you a worksheet to help you organize your research findings." We found one broken link on this site. Very Good

CULTUREGRAM’S WEBQUEST PROJECT
http://nths.newtrier.k12.il.us/academics/faculty/kessel/culturegrams.htm
A webquest on Chinese culture for high school students. "What Chinese customs and traditions uniquely define the Chinese people and culture? What are the striking differences and similarities between American and Chinese Culture? What is the language phenomenon between Chinese and English language as far as grammar, pronunciation and writing are concerned? Make a Power Point scrapbook of a cultural topic of your choice: Chinese population, language, religion, general attitudes, customs and courtesies, food and diet, lifestyle, family, dating and marriage customs, recreation, holidays , education, health, or any other cultural aspects that are important." Note: We found several broken links on this site and several worked but led to sites in Chinese which we could not read. Very Good

MY CHINA – A SUBJECT SAMPLER TO PIQUE YOUR INTEREST IN CHINA - WEBQUEST
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/China/sampler.html
A webquest in which students answer the questions posed by viewing the site links. Better than this makes it sound. Very Good

SEARCHING FOR CHINA: WEBQUEST                     NEW!
http://tommarch.com/learning/ChinaWebQuest1.html#Menu
A webquest for middle school students on China. "China is a land of many secrets and subtleties. Searching out the beauty in China's landscape, art, and wisdom is a fruitful exploration requiring a careful eye and an inquiring spirit. Through this WebQuest, you will be challenged to create your own understanding of China based upon your observations. Good luck, and remember the Chinese proverb: A jade stone is useless before it is processed;a man is good-for-nothing until he is educated. And this "education" probably has a lot more to do with life and wisdom than it does with homework and good grades. Challenge yourself to get to know this wisdom." You will need to replace the links on this site. Very Good

SHOULD WE TRADE? – U.S./CHINA RELATIONS WEBQUEST
http://www.lfelem.lfc.edu/tech/DuBose/webquest/rzasa/china.html
A webquest for junior/senior high students on U.S. –China relations. "Congratulations! You have just landed your first job as a staff member to the new senator from Illinois, Senator Jones. Just in time for her, she needs your research expertise. (while she is busy fundraising) Here is your first project. In a few weeks, she will be joining other senators at a breakfast with the President, hoping to influence him on his decision. She will also have to vote on the renewal of most favored nation status for China. At issue, are several concerns she has: workers and businesses in the United States; the history of a variety of human rights abuses in China. During the next three class sessions, you will have the opportunity to research the subject, arrive at an informed decision and construct a position paper for your senator to use to convince the President of her ideas and also for debate on the senate floor." Note: We found a few broken links on this site. Very Good

                                   

CHINESE NEW YEAR CYBERHUNT             NEW!
http://www.fcps.edu/KingsParkES/technology/newyear/index.htm
Students visit the listed websites to answer specific questions. Good

DESI’S ANCIENT CHINA WEBQUEST         NEW!
http://home.insight.rr.com/chinawebquest/index.html
A webquest for 6th grade students on ancient China. "Through this quest you will have the opportunity to travel back in time and explore life in the Huang River Valley Civilization, also known as the Yellow River, during the reign of the Shang Dynasty." We found several broken links on this site. Good

MY CHINA – WEBQUEST                 NEW!
http://www.kn.att.com/wired/China/sampler.html
A webquest on China for upper elementary students.
"The following links come from all over the World Wide Web and represent a variety of aspects related to China. You may complete the following Internet activities alone or by working in a group. You may complete all or only some of the activities depending on your goals for the study of China. Also, feel free to use the HyperText Dictionary whenever you need to.
The purpose of this Web page is to give you a sampling of some of the aspects related to China. Each of the activities asks you to make a personal commitment to what you like, believe, or feel about a topic. Good luck and have fun!"
Good

MY TWO HOMES – WEBQUEST                         NEW!
http://www.education-world.com/a_tech/webquest035.shtml
A webquest for grades 3-8 on China. "Overview: Students work in teams to investigate information about China. Assuming the roles of News Reporter, Travel Agent, Famous Chef, Biologist, Geographer, Archeologist and Museum Director, students explore numerous aspects of China, including its culture, history and geography. Teams develop PowerPoint or Hyperstudio presentations to share the research with their classmates." Good

                                   

 

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Prepared by the Cumberland County AVA Center staff. Please call #856-451-0817 or email: avacenter@cumbavac.org with questions or suggestions for future web site lists. The site list is also posted on our website http://www.cumbavac.org as well as the sites below:

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December 2008

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