Why did China first emperor do a lot for China?
he united the country for the first time so i guess he's sort of like george washington in that aspect but he was a lot crueler
and then he unified the currency and the measuring units etc
he started building the great wall.
:P hope i helped :)
In ancient China, if you didn't rule all of china you just were a King. It is a title, to be anything, get as many people as possible to support your claim to the title, then you are an emperor. If you define empire, its when a lot of states/countries are ruled by a central authority, and the ruler of an empire is an emperor.
Depending on which dynasty you are speaking of there were a lot of first wars. In Ancient China in 26th century BC it was the Battle of Banquan. The yellow emperor defeats the Yan emperor. During the Imperial China in 215 BC it was the Qin's campaign against the Xiongnu. The Qin forces attacked the Xiongnu in the Ordos Desert. In the Chu-Han Contentions in 205 BC the Battle of Pengcheng took place. Western Chu…
That would depend on which period of China you are talking about. If you are talking about the first time China was united as a country in the ancient times it would Qin Shihuang, the first emperor of China of the Qin Dynasty. He was succeeded by his second son, Qin Er Shi. However, the Qin Dynasty did not last long. It collapses during Qin Er Shi's rule and Emperor Gaozu rose. He set up…