Hello and welcome to my Wiki page!
My name is Vu Tran. I am an Anthropology major with a minor in Biology at UCF. I hope to be a Bio-Archaeologist. My Wiki focuses on Gender in Ancient China, specifically concubines and daughters of emperors. I have been intrigued about this since I first began watching Chinese soap operas about the Imperial Court as a little girl. As I grew older and learned more about history and archaeology, I shocked to discover that much of Western society knows very little about the secret lives of the Emperor's many concubines. I would like to take this opportunity to enlighten those who visit my Wiki about the unknown significance these women have had on China's politics and history.
Thank you and have a wonderful day! :)
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An illustration of Wu Zetian, the only female emperor of China. She reigned successfully during the Tang Dynasty.


Table of Contents:

-Introduction (Women of the Imperial Palace)

-Ancient Chinese View on Women

-Practice of Chinese Concubines

-Concubine Tombs

-Conclusion

-Sources


Module assignments have been moved to this page.