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Anhui, China - April 24, 2010: Chinese artisan operating papermaking in a paper-making workshop, making the wet paper piled up one by one, to thousands of sheets, then using wooden board squeeze out most of the water.
In today's China, this ancient craft still being heritage.

Papermaking is one of the four great inventions in ancient China.

Eastern Han Dynasty (105 AD) Cai Lun improved the papermaking.

The invention of paper provides a more convenient way for the storage and communication of information, and also has an epoch-making significance on the promotion the development of global civilization.
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