8th Century C.E.

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Oghuz Turks found the Oguz Yabgu State in modern-day Kazakhstan

The Oguz Yabgu State was a Turkic state, founded by Oghuz Turks in 766, located geographically in an area between the coasts of the Caspian and Aral Seas. Oguz tribes occupied a vast territory in Kazakhstan along the Irgiz, Yaik, Emba, and Uil rivers, the Aral Sea area, the Syr Darya valley, the foothills of the Karatau Mountains in Tien-Shan, and the Chui River valley.

Oghuz Turks found the Oguz Yabgu State in modern-day Kazakhstan More

A remake of Kai Yuan Za Bao, original piece was destroyed in Cultural Revolution.

Kaiyuan Za Bao, perhaps the world's first magazine is published for the first time in China

Kaiyuan Za Bao, or Kaiyuan Chao BaoBulletin of the Court, was an official publication which first appeared in the 8th century, during the Kaiyuan era. It has been described as the first Chinese newspaper or official gazette, and also as the world’s first magazine.

Kaiyuan Za Bao, perhaps the world's first magazine is published for the first time in China More