The number of babies born
The amount of rural land
The number of people using cars and bicyles
The number of people speaking Chinese
Farmers were a minority group
The royal Chinese family was farmers
All farmers were very rich
Farmers were the majority of the population
A reason to remain in China
A reason to study English at PAIS
Many Chinese respected merchants
Farmers were taxed heavily
Trade was strictly controlled by the government
Farmers were not respected by society
Education of children.
Care of the elderly.
Support of unmarried daughters.
Destruction of religous shrines.
Only grandparents lived together
Extended families were quite small
Elderly Chinese were sent to nursing homes
Parents, children, grandparents, and grandchildren lived in the same household
Women's mobility was limited as a result of footbinding.
Legally, women can have a second husband.
Legally, a wife could divorce her husband for any reason.
Legally, women could inherit property.
The Dream of the Red Chamber
The Golden Lotus
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Woman of Iron
With prosperity, people had more money to buy books and art.
Europeans did not like Chinese art during the Ming Era.
Chinese clans fell apart.
Footbinding ended during this period.
Without end or limit.
Lower than increases in the population.
Higher than increases in population.