The Downfall of the Hans Dynasty
The Hans Dynasty as evidence holds the record of being the most contributing dynasty, especially to the economy, defense, capturing of other lands and the social policies. The yellow turbans, a small and secretive society of the peasants attempted to challenge the authority of the Hans Dynasty. Indeed they could not defeat them; however, the empire got split into three distinct kingdoms.
The unsettled and dynamic phase in the development of China came to an end when the Hand Dynasty came to an end. After the downfall, the system of China seemed to be entering into a settling phase. China now came to be developed as an independent and distinguishing economy that had a strong hold in the region. The Hans dynasty was focusing more on the Western phase of china. The other regions, north, east and south were all still primitive. The Hans dynasty developed its relations with the European continent. It helped to create an individual, rich, diverse and cosmopolitan culture in China (Kirby, 2006).