Learn about ancient China. On these sites, you can read about the daily life, history, dynasties, inventions, and celebrations of the oldest continuous civilization on earth. See Chinese art, view the Great Wall, visit the terracotta army of Emperor Qin, or read about Confucius and Chinese women as warriors.
A thorough overview of daily life in ancient China, including information about Taoism, Confucianism, food, housing, and other aspects of daily live. Also includes a link ancient Japan. NOTE: The site includes ads and links to Google searches.
This NOVA website follows a team of scientists as they recreate an ancient Chinese rainbow bridge. Includes an interactive bridge-building game, teacher's guide, and a brief history of the Song Dynasty (960-1280 AD).
A description of the history and construction of the Great Wall, including some information about Chinese history and culture. Also includes links to information about China's first emperor, a printable map, and a printable Chinese flag.
Learn about China's geography, language, culture, food, and history. Take a virtual tour of the Great Wall or view numerous photographs of Chinese people and places. Try writing Chinese characters or listen to audio files of Chinese word pronunciations. Includes many craft and classroom activities, plus interactive quizzes. There are sites for students of all ages. Referenced is an eThemes Resource on panda bears.