The Sui Dynasty brought unity to China by restoring ______ traditions.
To bring the country together, Tang emperors expanded the network of _______ and _________.
To help govern the enormous empire, a ________________ was created with different departments.
To increase participation in the government by people of different classes, the Song changed the civil service exam to include more ___________ subjects.
Confucianism lost favor during the post-Han chaos, so they turned to _____________ to learn how to escape from their suffering.
_________ taught moral values - the difference between right and wrong.
Confucian influence resulted in the Chinese government administering a state ________, for those wanting to serve in the government.
Buddhism influenced Confucianism by stressing achievement of morality through _____________.
Under the later _______ Dynasty, Confucian standards no longer determined government positions.
Global exploration was greatly helped by the ___________ ___________.
_____ became the most popular beverage in Europe, then the across the world.
_________ changed the ways wars are fought.
Literacy was increased thanks to ______-_______ printing.
The Chinese were able to make ______ in great quantities, allowing records and knowledge to be permanently kept.