China is one of the most ancient civilizations on the planet.
Ancient Chinese Civilization dates back to 1500 BC and Ancient Civilization in China dates from 1500 BC to 200 AD. Written records show that Ancient Chinese Civilization is one of the oldest. The Sea turtles are a witness to the same. O BC is often used as the date when China became a unified empire. Ancient China Civilization existed around 3000 BC.
It has had hundreds of different religions throughout its history.
This began with the introduction of one central ruler of the gods, and slowly evolved with the introduction of different philosophies and ways of thinking.
Over the centuries all of the different religious ideas transformed and separated into three components that have helped to form China’s national identity.
These three religions are Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism.
Confucianism was developed during the Qin dynasty of Ancient China and was in around 200 BC. This was the time when Formation of government, politics in China started. The word China itself developed from a word pronounced as Chin and is porcelain or ceramic.
During this dynasty, which was one of the first dynasties, during this dynasty (around 2000 BC) people followed many different gods, who they thought controlled the weather, water, fire, and so on.
There were over 200 recognized gods whose names can still be found in Chinese literature.