China has dominated large parts of Asia, for a long time, in cultural and military developments. Under the stewardship of “Qin Deukedom”, it is said that China progressed into becoming a national state. Qin Deukedom expanded from northern China into other regions, thus initiating the process of expansion. Before this unification took place, distinct feudal units created an economy that was a blend of agriculture, trading, art and artifacts and pastures. This led to the development of competition within the economy, amongst different spheres. This distinct phase in this backdrop of China can be termed as a “Hundred Flower Blooming” Period. The new trend followed was the expansion of farm land along with the capturing of territory. This was termed in China as “Internal Colonization”. This was a unique trend of China and it makes it evident that the Chinese economy is more than two Millennia old. There were great number coins made for domestic trade. In order to conserve metal, alternatively cloth, paper was used. This caused inflation in China (Das, 2006).
The two most exceptional traits of the Chinese history, that reflect in its current stature also are, its massive size and the population. To add to it, it has a lengthy record of political and cultural history. The location and occupation of Chinese territory is same as what it was in the initial phase of the Chinese history in the 1700B.C. The Zhou and the Qin dynasty continued the trend of the unification and cultural inclination of China (Veeck, Panel, & Smith, 2011).