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Four Beauties of Ancient China: Xi Shi

 

Four Beauties of Ancient China: Xi Shi

Xishi is widely been considered the most beautiful of ancient China’s “Four Beauties.” She is celebrated as a woman of extraordinary natural beauty with a universal appeal. Although many have praised Xishi's looks, there is but little mention of her notable virtue - she had a great love for her country and her people.

Genghis Khan the Mongolian Hero

 

Genghis Khan the Mongolian Hero

The man who rose to power with the name Temujin united the Mongolian nomadic tribes in 1204. In 1206 he was given the title Genghis Khan, which means King of Kings.

Four Beauties of Ancient China: Wang Zhaojun

 

Four Beauties of Ancient China: Wang Zhaojun

Wang Zhaojun was one of the four China’s ancient beauties. Her beauty not only comes from her appearance but also from her spirit and sacrifices for her country.

Introduction to Four Ancient Beauties of Ancient China

 

Introduction to Four Ancient Beauties of Ancient China

Concepts of beauty have changed throughout the various periods of China's history. Come and find out more about the famous beauties in ancient China.


 

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