Well Chinese People used it to make clothing and to write on
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because coins and gold were to heavy
the chinese invented paper money
The Chinese used porcelain to make beautiful pots. The knew the art of sericulture and they knew to print and make paper.
The chinese invented paper money i swear
The Chinese made paper out of rags by chopping them finely, putting them in water and mashing it flat. They would then press out the water and let it dry in the sun.
from the text book they say the chinese.
It is commonly believed that the Chinese invented paper in the 2nd century C.E. (A.D.)
the Chinese started using paper in the 9th century
The Ancient Chinese invented the abacus, silk weaving, wood pulp to make paper, the plow, the wheelbarow and compass
i think they make it just like Americans do
The Chinese invented paper.
纸 - Paper
Yes, paper was invented by the Cai Lun sometime around the year 105 CE during the Han Dynasty.
No the Romans did not invent paper the Chinese invented paper.
he Ancient Chinese were famous for their inventions and technology. ... Paper - Paper was invented by the Chinese as well as many interesting uses for paper like paper money and playing cards. The first paper was invented in the 2nd century BC and the manufacture later perfected around 105 AD.
One of China 's greatest contributions to the world was the invention of paper. During the Han Dynasty (around 200 B.C.), the Chinese used plant materials and silk rags to make paper. They made durable, long-lasting paper by 105 A.D. This paper became the common form of writing materials for records and books. The Chinese also used paper for creating landscape and figure paintings, windows, lanterns, umbrellas, and fans.
Egyptians did not invent paper it was the Chinese in 105 AD by a Chinese man named Cai Lun.
ancient Chinese used paper for armor, umbrellas, windows, letters, toys, and raincoats. ancient Chinese used paper for armor, umbrellas, windows, letters, toys, and raincoats.
Yes. The Chinese were far ahead in technology.