In the 13th century, China far surpassed Europe in economics, technology and science. By the middle of the 15th century, Europe’s lag sharply decreased, and in the 16th century, Europe was noticeably ahead of China. What are the reasons for this phenomenon?
After the Tang era, China did not have its own “Renaissance”, so the pace of economic development and scientific thought in China remained the same as before; in Europe, this rate increased sharply during the Renaissance.
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