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recommend a book

Started this discussion. Last reply by R. Max 2.0 Apr 27. 8 Replies

A lot of people ask me which book is my most favorite one, and I always proudly answer them “The Five Thousand Years History”, which is all history about China. This will be a long story for me to…Continue

Development of the Automobile

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam Strain Apr 26. 1 Reply

The automobile has a long history. The French engineer Nicolas Joseph Cugnot built the first self-propelled vehicle (Paris, 1789), a heavy, three-wheeled, steam-driven carriage with a boiler that…Continue

St. Egenez of Ribera

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At the end of the sixteenth century, a painting was created in Valencia, Spain, which hit the Spanish painting with realistic paintings and influenced the Spanish art of the seventeenth century. It…Continue

Queen Sheba on board of Lorraine

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The three representatives of the French painting in the seventeenth century, Poussin, Lorraine and Diocai, have a common and interesting phenomenon that they are almost all spent their lives in Italy,…Continue

 

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Sir replied to blackjack's discussion recommend a book
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recommend a book

A lot of people ask me which book is my most favorite one, and I always proudly answer them “The Five Thousand Years History”, which is all history about China. This will be a long story for me to read this book. First time I touched this book is when I was 5 years old. My mother bought it to me as my 5-years-old gift. This is a really wonderful present to me,which is opening a history gate to me , a totally innocent boy. I almost forgot the dinner after I read the first page. From then on, I…See More
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Liam Strain replied to blackjack's discussion Development of the Automobile
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