According to Huan Tan the Han used the water to make inventions because he said, “Water power was also applied (pestle and mortar)”. Although they both used water to build inventions the Romans built their inventions on a large scale while the Han built theirs on a small scale. The Han treated the lower class with respect while the Romans were very selfish and did not really care about the lower class. The reason the Han respected the lower class was because they followed Confucius’ teachings and He once said “The government is to the people as the father is to the son”. The Romans on the other hand were very selfish and Cicero said, “Vulgar and unbecoming to a gentleman are all the jobs hired workers take on” right here he is downgrading the workers because he is
8. They do the business proactively. To prevent environmental problems such as waste water and hazardous waste, they set up an environmental steering committee. 9. Perdue considers employees as associates and gives them good welfare by providing education such as English classes and high school diploma, including medical services by establishing clinics in each factory.
Because this philosophy was connected with divinity from nature, China managed to maintain stable control politically. However in Rome, their idea or living and viewing society varied slightly. Civilians in Rome believed in having a patron-client relationship. A patron-client relationship was a relationship that established a bond between families and individuals. This bond lead to Roman citizens to be much more supportive of people, and created an organized society.
Differences for the cities are the way they have succeeded economically. Some are rich in agriculture while others have established trading routes to attain food to sustain their populations. Another key difference between all the cities is their tolerance for religion, some countries are open to other faiths while some are closed and use violence to inflict their religion. 3) Inferences that future historians would make on these cities is that they are all highly populated, they are all port cities open for trade, they are all multicultural and they all are flourishing economically. Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver are thriving economically because they are all port cities which enable them to trade.
What was so significant about these aqueducts is that they stretched for miles, starting at the nearest water source. From there the aqueduct waterway bridges would be built across mountain ranges and other challenging obstacles. What made these aqueducts so practical is their design and efficiency with conservancy of materials and space. By acquiring an arch (a design also invented by the Romans) they were able to maintain a sturdy structure while saving materials, which essentially saved money and time. What also made the aqueducts so remarkable is that the Romans were able to calculate the angle of slope that was required in order to maintain water flow while still achieving the finish point.
They did everything they were told because they thought that their king was almost like a “chosen one” sent down from the Gods. In the Nile River Valley with the king having all the power, it was easier to get things done, so they were able to advance in technology, science and art. Even though the Nile River Valley was so far back in time ranging from 3000-2000 B.C.E, they were very advanced for their time. Since the Nile River Valley was on higher grounds, it was able to take advantage of the river and the people could trade and sell goods which allowed their civilization to grow and advance. During the spring, there would be immense rainfall which lead to flooding, and when the water would finally recede, it left behind a layer of rich, fertile muck and it
Han and Roman Technology DBQ The Han and Roman societies had varying views about technology. The Hans however recognized technology as a much more valuable idea while the Romans saw it as something not as necessary. In document 1 a Han government official wrote to local officials telling them to establish more water conservation offices. He wrote in detail how he wanted it to be organized such as the scheduling of waterway inspections and hiring workers experienced with the “ways of the water.” This shows that this Han government official favored technology because he believed that the water conservation offices would be beneficial. Document 2 is written by Huan Guan, another Han government official, stating his views on the iron tools used to make salt and iron.
One of their most remarkable achievements was their city planning. The Indus, unlike Mesopotamia, laid out their cities on a grid system. Also, another great achievement was their plumbing system. Only rich people had separate bathrooms, so the people in the Indus built modern looking plumbing systems. The plumbing system was such a big achievement for the people of the Indus, because it was more sanitary.
They couldn’t bank at normal banks because banks didn’t carry clerks speaking Italian, so they were stuck banking with crooks they thought to be honest. The immigrants were bleed of their money in most places and looked down on by most. Many people in the city of Chicago disliked immigrants and law enforcement was clearly not concerned with the immigrants’ problems. It wasn’t until the Immigration Protection League that immigrants began to receive fair treatment. Without the Immigration Protection League it is possible that legislation and equality for immigrants would have been stunted
The MBTI introverted personality type says that introvert type does not get energy from outside. It means an introverted person develops good energy from themselves. Nowadays, many people wish to become a good leader, but many have the preconception that an extroverted personality is required to become good leaders. Moreover they believe introverts have disadvantages in our social activities. However, I believe this misconception distorts the truth because an introverted personality actually qualifies for leadership in our current society.