Liang Hongyu & China's Song Dynasty
Get to know the history China like never before by meeting the her-oes (famous women leaders and warriors) and digging into social and cultural practices, military, and political history, and more with this edition of DIG magazine.
China is often not a focus in modern history courses, but the rich and long history of the Eastern world has had a profound affect throughout time and across the globe. DIG fills in the gap, giving readers an inside view of how China grew, evolved, and became the powerhouse it is today, through the eyes of individual citizens and leaders. And with focused stories on the unsung women heroes of history, you’ll get a perspective of China not often seen anyplace else.
Enjoy features including:
Where We Are
Tales It Is by Sarah Novak
Did You Know? by Sarah Novak
Fun With Words
Fast Forward by Christine Liu Perkins
Let’s Go Digging by John Gordon-Swogger
‘The Noble Lady of Yang’ by Margarete Pruech
Who Is Red Jade? by Patrick Wertmann
Trouble in China by Monique Nagel-Angermann
Battle of Huangtiandang by Monique Nagel-Angermann
Meet the Song Army by Maximilian Langefeld
Siding with a Traitor by Patrick Wertmann
The Power of the Drum by Margarete Pruech
Women of the Song Dynasty by Margarete Pruech
China’s Women Warriors by Patrick Wertmann
What Is Song Porcelain? by Margarete Pruech
Salem’s Role? by George Schwartz
More Than a Trash Heap by George Schwartz
What the Finds ‘Say’by George Schwartz
Regular features of DIG magazine include Five Facts, Map, Fun with Words, Interestingly, The Calliope Chronicles, Fast Forward, Tales It Is, Ask Away!, This & That, Off the Shelf/ On the Net, In the Headlines, The Adventures of Dr. Dig, and Artifacts.