What was the ancient china wheelbarrow used for when it was invented?
to carry things
"they weree made in song dynasty" The earliest record is from around 400BC in Ancient Greece (about a thousand years before the Song Dynasty, which didn't invent them in China - they were also used by the Han Dynasty several hundred years before the Song Dynasty was founded ). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheelbarrow
Paper in ancient China was primarily used for writing on. But shortly after the invention of paper in China, the Chinese found many other uses for it. They made paper kites, books, paper umbrellas, paper fans that were written or drawn on, paper windows (before glass was invented), and a whole bunch of other things. Also they did use it for clothing, early forms of silk, and shoes.
Cai Lun (Jingzhong) invented paper during 105 AD in Ancient China, although archaeological evidence of paper in China has been found dating back to 2nd century BC. Paper spread from China through the Islamic world and medieval Europe in the 13th century. Prior to the use of paper, which is made from pulp, writing materials made from animal skins and reeds (like papyrus) were used by the Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians.
A wheelbarrow is a carrier, usually having only one wheel, consisting of a tray bolted to two handles and two legs. While known mostly as a device for carrying small loads for the household gardener, a wheelbarrow is often also used in construction and industry for carrying larger loads. Now-a-days, a smart wheelbarrow can be use as dolly, garden cart, dump cart and hand truck. It can be useful in patio jobs, gardening, home tasks…