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Graves often contain beautiful, sometimes spectacular, artifacts, such as the iconic basins at Banpo. But what did the graves also reveal about life at Banpo? Prof Hill
We have seen many aspects of the complex technology for water conservancy on the Yellow River. What aspect of this technology was most surprising to you, or has left the deepest impression? Prof Hill
What was the significance of the two memorial pagodas at either end of the scenic park under construction? Prof Hill
The Yellow River is often called, “China’s Sorrow.” What do you think this refers to? On balance, does it deserve this opprobrious label?
What can you say about the society and technology required to support the “lifestyle” at the Anyang court? Do the exhibits and artifacts provide any evidence? From Prof Hill
These two days we have been visiting the earliest Chinese civilizations. What is your general impression after you saw these artifacts? I am surprised by the development of early cities and their sizes, do you think they will impact the local environments? What kinds of pressure these cities have brought to China’s agriculture and environments?
Why did ancient Chinese build the Great Wall? After thousands of years, do you think this Wall will have some ecological or environmental consequences? If you are lucky, maybe you can find some visual evidence.