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11-Sep-2016 03:56

As a result of the dynasty's prominence in inter-ethnic and pre-modern international matters, many Chinese began identifying themselves as the "people of Han" (Chinese: The Han dynasty's founding emperor, Liu Bang, was originally hailed as the king of the Hanzhong region after overthrowing the Qin dynasty, a title that was later shortened to "the King of Han" (漢王) during the Chu-Han contention.

The name "Hanzhong", in turn, was derived from the Han River,, "the cloud river"), all ancient Chinese poetic nicknames for the Milky Way and first mentioned in the Classic of Poetry.

The diviner would then interpret the pattern of cracks and write the prognostication upon the piece as well.

By the Zhou dynasty, cinnabar ink and brush had become the preferred writing method, resulting in fewer carved inscriptions and often blank oracle bones being unearthed.

Scapulimancy is the correct term if ox scapulae were used for the divination; plastromancy if turtle plastrons were used.

which succeeded the short-lived Qin dynasty, and is historically considered to be the first golden age of China's Imperial era due to the power and influence it projected over much of Asia.

" it added, but gave no details of why it was suspending service.

"This is discrimination against us lesbians," wrote one user on Weibo.

"Not being able to open it feels like being jilted," wrote another.

It was not immediately clear why Rela has been shut down.

which succeeded the short-lived Qin dynasty, and is historically considered to be the first golden age of China's Imperial era due to the power and influence it projected over much of Asia." it added, but gave no details of why it was suspending service."This is discrimination against us lesbians," wrote one user on Weibo."Not being able to open it feels like being jilted," wrote another.It was not immediately clear why Rela has been shut down.The term is used in everyday conversation and is also an element in the Cantonese word for Chinatown: "street of the Tang people" (唐人街, Jyutping: tong4 jan4 gaai1, pinyin: Táng Rén Jiē.