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Why did the Chinese make paper?

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2011-03-06 03:26:05
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The paper was inveted by the Chinese so that they could write smoothly

It probably invented paper to record thing they traded, what they produced, and other thing.

Before they had used paper for writing they actually used it for clothing such a jackets and shoes and other things

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