Yellow River

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Yellow River

The Yellow River is known as the 'Mother River' of China. Also it is the second longest river in China. This mighty river originates from Bayanhar Mountain, the southern branch of Kunlun Mountain in Qinghai Province, and runs through 9 provinces: Qinghai, Sichuan, Gansu, Ningxia, Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan and Shandong. It flows finally into the Bohai Sea, after a journey of 5,464 km. (3,395 miles).

Yellow River (3000BC-1500BC)

The Neolithic population in China reached its peak during the Longshan culture. Toward the end of the Longshan culture, the population decreased sharply; this was matched by the disappearance of high-quality black pottery found in ritual burials.

Introduction: (Done by) Sheryl Foo, Jia Wen, Darren & Yifong (Taken from) Secondary 1 History Textbook PAGE 37 Population growth and development: (Found by) Jia wen (Taken from) http://www.chinatour360.com/history/prehistoric-times/longshan-culture.htm http://www.warriortours.com/river/yellow-river/ Video: Youtube Amination :http://bestanimations.com/ & http://appleanimation.com/ & http://www.animationgold.com/line.htm Design & Decoration: Sheryl Foo

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A failed Geography project from the group members of Sheryl Foo, Jia Wen, Darren Ong & Yi Fong

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In the year 3000BC, the Longshan culture arose by the end of the Yangshao culture. They had more advanced technology than the Yangshao, which compromised of better agriculture and of course, their niche black pottery. They reared animals such as dogs, chickens, pigs, cattles and goats as a source of food while they grew crops such as rice, millets and soy. Rice cultivation had been established at this time.


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