From 5000 to 3000 BC, the Wuzhuangguoliang people underwent an evolution in their farming and living practices. Early villages began to emerge, and pottery became more intricate and artistic. The domestication of animals and farming solidified as the main economic activities. Religious rituals were established, and monuments were built. This period in Wuzhuangguoliang reflects the birth and growth of a rich culture that contributed to the fabric of early Chinese history.