Summer Reading Recap: Asia

A kneeling crossbowman from the Terracotta Army assembled for the tomb complex of Qin Shi Huang (r. 221–210 BC)

A kneeling crossbowman from the Terracotta Army assembled for the tomb complex of Qin Shi Huang (r. 221–210 BC)

We’ve reached the end of August and school is nearly back in session. Whether you’re a student, teacher or parent it’s not too late for a refresher on ancient Asian history. We’re bringing you a selection of blog posts and links illustrating the beauty and richness of ancient Asiatic cultures as well as their continuing influence today.

And don’t miss our free curriculum, “Yesterday’s Child: The Tale of Yong and Bao, Learning About the Life and Legacy of China’s First Emperor,” which includes a free children’s book, lesson plan, resources, activities and more!

For a look at how ancient Asian cultures influence our present and future, check out our blog posts:

EAST, SOUTHEAST AND CENTRAL ASIA:

For an overview of ancient China and Japan, also visit our partner Ancient History Encyclopedia’s site:

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