Major Art Achievements in China in the Qing and Ming Dynasties

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Major Art Achievements in China in the Qing and Ming Dynasties
The Forbidden City, the Palace Museum, and the Great Wall are all part of the early history of China. Few people know that during the early Quin dynasty that the tremendous growth in the area of literature would create over 26,000 volumes of encyclopedias (“Dynasties of Asia,” 2011, par 5). Several major Chinese achievements during the Ming and early Qing dynasties were created affecting literature, painting, sculpture, and architecture.
During the Quin and Ming Dynasties, the Chinese had many achievements, but the one area that they had tremendous growth was in the area of literature. One of the best novels written during this time and considered so because of the explicit...
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.....ere popular and sold to different areas. Arts were important to the Ming and Qing Dynasty of the Chinese.
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Imperial palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties. (2008). ChinaDaily.com. Retrieved from http://www.chinadaily.com/cn/life/2008-01/15/content_11575841.htm
Novels of the Ming and Qing dynasties. (2010). Retrieved from http://history.cultural-china.com/en/61History3211.html
Summary of the Ming Dynasty reign 1368 A.D. – 1644 A.D. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.chinareport.com/ChinaReport/Sources/History/Ming/Summary_Ming_Dynasty-Reign-1368AD-1644AD.html