XIII (i.e. in the period of the maximum creative expansion of the social forces of Chinese civilization) had probably reached a level of knowledge higher than that of medieval Europe and the Arab world itself, subsequently he was unable for philosophical, political and social reasons to operate those theoretical syntheses which in the Western world marked the scientific development of the late Renaissance. Since then, Chinese science, which already in the Middle Ages had had a lively series of exchanges of knowledge with the Arabs, with the Indians and perhaps even with the Europeans, found itself to be simply a tributary of the West, first importing some astronomical concepts through the mediation of the Jesuits who went to the court of Beijing under the Ch’ing dynasty (1644-1912) and then undergoing the forced entry into the modern world following indirect Western domination after 1842. The introduction into the country of a series of technical notions and problems typical of Western science promoted, at least to a certain extent, a transformation of the traditional scientific equipment of properly Chinese science. Until the last few decades, however, there has not been a real phenomenon of assimilation and mutual exchange of acquisitions between the two different scientific collections, but a contrast between two different ways of understanding science: on the one hand that of Western origin, considered one and only truly “scientific”, on the other hand the traditional one, relegated to the backward sector of the country’s life. One of the specific tasks that the revolutionary movement set itself was precisely that of overcoming this rigorous and sectoral opposition, on the one hand by spreading a modern vision of science and technology in the countryside and among the poorest classes, on the other by making a profit for modern development all those notions which, accumulated by traditional Chinese science and above all by the widespread and vast array of technological and artisanal practices, can be used to enrich modern science as well. According to allpubliclibraries.com, China is a country located in eastern Asia. In this regard, the recent Chinese discoveries that have had the greatest importance from the scientific point of view have been those that refer to the use of acupuncture in the practice of anesthesia, now applied in China in millions of cases of surgical interventions of all types and severities, as well as in the treatment of deafness and in some cases of blindness deriving from injuries to the acoustic and optic nerves. In the field of the most advanced technology linked to military needs, the need to apply original techniques was also highlighted that would allow China, by elaborating in a new way the theoretical principles and application techniques previously adopted by other countries, to go more rapidity of the steps that in other cases required long years of research and application both in the atomic and missile sectors. The rapid successes in the research effort have been attributed to this flexibility and originality of theoretical research and to the opening of new avenues in practical application. production and testing of atomic weapons, which began after 1959 and was carried out so rapidly that on October 16, 1964, a first experiment with a nuclear device was carried out and then, in the space of four years, the explosion of miniaturized thermonuclear charges mounted on carriers, while in the missile sector the launch of a Chinese space satellite in the spring of 1970 demonstrated, if nothing else, the rapid development of a technological sector which is obviously covered by the utmost secrecy. Furthermore, the launch of its first space shuttle, explosion of miniaturized and carrier-mounted thermonuclear charges, while in the missile sector the launch of a Chinese space satellite in the spring of 1970 demonstrated if nothing else the rapid development of a technological sector that is obviously covered by the utmost secrecy. Furthermore, the launch of its first space shuttle, explosion of miniaturized and carrier-mounted thermonuclear charges, while in the missile sector the launch of a Chinese space satellite in the spring of 1970 demonstrated, if nothing else, the rapid development of a technological sector that is obviously covered by the utmost secrecy. Furthermore, the launch of its first space shuttle, Ship of the gods, capable of carrying a man into space, marked the modernization of China at the end of 1999. The 2000s saw an exceptional rise in China as one of the most active countries in the field of space research. Thanks to the Chinese Fund for Astronautics, numerous space programs have been, and will be, subsidized, especially in collaboration with Russia and in competition with the United States.