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  • ReplyBianca   Norway    Dec. 08, 2011 08:21

    When they write "Qin", this is suing the pinyin-system (of transcription). If you're using the Wade Giles-system, Qin is written Ch'in, not Chin. The Chin-rule was 1126-1234, and using pinyin this is written "Jin".

    • Replied by: K'annYuhhKeepA'hhSecret ( Germany )   Feb. 25, 2012 06:49

      By the way , when you say Jin, it is also, detailed by 'Qin, other than just Jin.

  • ReplyDOM   United States    Feb. 22, 2012 05:16

    who is the author of this website i need to know because of a school project

    • Replied by: Warriortours.com   Feb. 22, 2012 18:43

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  • ReplyTammy   Canada    Jan. 22, 2012 00:12

    What were the social classes of this dynasty?
    What role did they play in the government?
    How did the people feel about the people outside of China?

    • Replied by: person 2 ( United States )   Feb. 07, 2012 15:23

      There were no peasents, the qin dynasty took away feudilism, but of course there were normal civilians

    • Replied by: Lyla   Jan. 24, 2012 23:47

      in the Qin Dynasty, people were classified into following classes:
      the Emperor, the royal family members, officials, scholars and knights, peasants, soldiers, craftsmen, merchants, and slaves.
      i guess people of that time might not realize the existance of world outside of China.

  • Replyediison stfup   Argentina    Jan. 04, 2012 06:38

    is not the same qin and qing...

    • Replied by: Emily   Jan. 04, 2012 18:47

      yes, Qin and Qing are not the same dynasties.
      The Qin Dynasty is from 221BC to 206BC, which is the first feudal dynasty in China; the Qing Dynasty is from 1644 to 1911, which is the last feudal dynasty in China.

    • Replied by: brooeklynn ( United States )   Jan. 20, 2012 16:39

      Nuh uh! chin is how you pronunce Qin!

  • ReplySteve   United States    Nov. 29, 2011 06:13

    What were the major items the qin exported?

    What were their major imports?

    Can you please list and describe some modes of transportation used?

    Who did they mostly trade with?

    • Replied by: Jason   Nov. 29, 2011 20:10

      the Qin Dynasty exported iron tea, salt, and import livestock, wood, and fur.

  • Replybobbyzack    Nov. 02, 2011 00:05

    What areas did the Qin dynasty fail? Did they have any failures or limitations

    • Replied by: Bill   Nov. 02, 2011 19:03

      i found this from this article: "Qin's tyranny, heavy hard labor, endless military service and taxes, and rude punishments brought people great disasters and suffering"

  • Replylyndsey   United States    Oct. 16, 2011 12:29

    How do you compare the qin dynasy to dynasties in India??? I am a 7th grader and i'm trying to do a project on the qin dynasy for social studies. kinda boring/hard :(((((

  • ReplyKaen   United States    Sep. 07, 2011 17:16

    Qin and Chin are the same dynasty. In ping-ling (an annoying yet standard system to romanize Chinese words) it is spelled Qin, but pronounced Chin. This is just like the difference between Lao Tzu and Laozi (two ways to spell the name of the founder of Daoism).

    Just my two cents. Please continue. ;D

    (You get a cookie if you know off the top of your head what the Bingfa is, and who wrote it!)

    • Replied by: Nemo   Sep. 07, 2011 19:17

      i Know two: Sunzi Bingfa and Sunbin Bingfa.
      Bingfa means the art of war.

  • ReplyBarb   United States    May. 25, 2011 17:35

    I would like to know if Qin died of natural causes or if he was killed. I would also like to know when the Qin started unifing the warring states. Thanks

    • Replied by: Helper   May. 25, 2011 20:10

      you mean the Emperor of the Qin Dynasty?
      he died of disease.
      he started unifing the warring states in 230 BC.

  • Replychase   United States    Apr. 28, 2011 10:17


  • Replycamree   United States    Apr. 11, 2011 13:50

    well umm wats the economic for qin dynasty

    • Replied by: Gabby   Apr. 11, 2011 22:44

      i found this from the above article " Economically, the first Qin Emperor standardized the length, measures and weights, and unified the currency, which promoted the economical communications between different ethnic groups, and conveniently provided opportunities for socio-economic development."

  • ReplyLee   Italy    Jan. 30, 2011 23:29

    hi i was wondering what the social structure of the qin dynasty?? please answer asap!! thank you so much :)

    • Replied by: Daniel   Jan. 31, 2011 20:54

      In the Qin Dynasty, the emperor had supreme power, under him were the three councillors of state and nine cabinet. At local place, the officers were all the emperor's relatives. The emperor had the final say to all of the things big or small of the state.

  • ReplyMina   United States    Jan. 26, 2011 17:19

    What is the culture of the Qin dynasty?

    • Replied by: Hank   Jan. 26, 2011 21:11

      you may get the answer directly from the above article.

  • ReplyBrooke   United States    Dec. 01, 2010 13:13

    Hi im Brooke and i'm bored im doing research for my social studies class too i also think this woud have been a good source, but theres a commenting box!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Replyraven   United States    Nov. 30, 2010 22:50

    they r soooooooooooooooooooooo not the same thing

  • Replycrystal   United States    Feb. 27, 2009 07:23

    yes the qin and the chin are the same. (:

    • Replied by: dawn ( United States )   Nov. 11, 2010 22:07

      yeah they are the same (:

    • Replied by: Kid of Tucson <3   Nov. 30, 2010 12:21

      It doesnt matter if they are the same grow up u guys and be adults if u want to ague debate about..

    • Replied by: Catherine Bauregard ( United Kingdom )   Sep. 26, 2010 18:43

      no its not! theyre 2 different dynasties. get your facts straight before you "help" someone else

  • Replyfake   China    Sep. 28, 2009 19:57

    it ends in 206 BC...

    • Replied by: Henry ( United States )   Oct. 17, 2010 16:31

      actually it ended around 207 B.C.E. and then for about 5 years people fought then the Han dynasty won and was the next ruling dynasty

    • Replied by: Catherine Bauregard ( United Kingdom )   Sep. 26, 2010 18:44

      its actually 202B.C.E

  • Replybrittany   Turkey    Apr. 27, 2010 01:46

    i need information on the qin dynasty, im doing a time traveler project and its a year long project. i need to get as much information as i can, does anyone know any good websites?

  • Replybob shefou   Bermuda    Apr. 13, 2010 18:49

    this information was really helpful to me because i am doing a project on the Qin dynasty in sociel studies and needed fast and easy to interpret information. thanks

  • ReplyMiranda    Sep. 23, 2009 14:31


    • Replied by: Mr. ( United States )   Jan. 19, 2010 10:18

      You mean kick ass information?

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