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Tattooing in ancient China

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Ci Shen (also known as Ci Qing or Wen Shen) literally means piercing the body. In the olden days, the Chinese were of the view that one’s body is a gift from one’s parents and should not be abused.
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Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Tombs, Relics in East China - CRIENGLISH.com

Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Tombs, Relics in East China - CRIENGLISH.com | Ancient China | Scoop.it
Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Tombs, Relics in East ChinaCRIENGLISH.comThe relics will provide vital research material for scientists who are studying the origin and craftsmanship of ancient Chinese porcelain, Shi said.
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Chinese train can hit 310 mph, was inspired by ancient sword | Geek.com

Chinese train can hit 310 mph, was inspired by ancient sword | Geek.com | Ancient China | Scoop.it
Dec.31, 2011 - For those of you business people who commute regularly by train, there is word from China about a new engine that is shattering speed records and promising to (China's 310 mph train was inspired by an ancient sword and constructed with...
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