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Meredith Martinuzzi April 29, 2010 EALC 110 Hyoung Kim 9am Discussion The Historians of East Asia During the Han dynasty in China, the first signs of creating extensive compilations of the past were begun by historians. These records were made of truthful information that told all the good and the bad. The historians provided moral examples for the people in their writings and separated their historical records into five sections.
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Unformatted text preview: These sections of the docuements, were created by the great historian Sima Qian. Although the historians helped society by being a moral guide and record keeper, they were always at risk of being replaced or killed despite their good efforts....
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