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  • Song Dynasty Landscape Paintings

    their rendering of negative space? In the following pages, I hope to give enough historical context to understand the practices and beliefs that surround and form a basis for landscape painting in 11th century, Northern and Southern Song Dynasty, China. Then I hope to observe Famous art historical pieces in order to illustrate my main points of interest, religious and philosophical influence and the meaning of this specific form of art. I will introduce contrasting western practices and…

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  • Chinese Immigration: Modern Day Australia

    Chinese Immigration-Report INTRODUCTION Modern Day Australia has become a vast multicultural society complete with people of diverse ethnic backgrounds. This aspect has developed over a time period of immigration to the great extent that people of different cultures can now call Australia their home. Immigrants in the past years have become a crucial part of Australia as they have benefited the community by assisting and introducing the development of an inclusive and accepting nation. GOLD…

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  • Laozi In Daodejing Analysis

    Ancient Asian artifacts, such as the Goudian, show evidence of such establishments by Chinese authors (Allen, Williams, & Laozi, 2000). In 1973, archaeologists discovered two copies of the Laozi in a library of texts inside a Mawangdui, South-Central China tomb that had been sealed in 168 B.C. (Henricks, 2000). Based upon the biography of Tao Tzu, that was written by Sima Qian, the entire book of the Tao Te Ching was written by Tao Tzu. A medieval copy of the Analects of Confucius was…

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  • How Did The Mongols Rise To Power

    The Mongols rose to power in China, originally, thanks to the leadership of Genghis Khan and his revolutionary military strategies that allowed his armies to easily overtake armies larger than their own. The Mongols began their conquest of China first by attacking and dominating the Tibetan state to the Northwest of China and the Manchu state of Jin that ruled Northern China. From there the Mongol forces took control of Beijing in 1227. This siege ultimately ended in the death of Genghis Khan,…

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  • Compare And Contrast European Imperialism In Africa And China

    and imperialize lots of land, including Africa and China. The main reason why Africa and China fell so fast to European Imperialism was because both of them weren’t modernized and Europe had far more superior technology and weapons. This made it really easy for Europe to come in and easily take over China and Africa. Therefore, imperialism started as a result of the Industrial Revolution and there are many similarities and differences in the way China and Africa was imperialized and the…

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  • Homebase Chinese Analysis

    He worked on the railroad, just like many of the other Chinese American men. (Wong 11). He was also a man who left his life in China behind to reinvent himself. Although, the work was hard and the weather was unstable (Wong 17). While enduring the seasons, it is shown through his letters he has a strong relationship with nature, “... you can feel the wind. You could see it in the…

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  • Key Results Of The Neolithic Revolution

    and expanded the trade for everyone country Mansa Musa’s pilgrimage to Mecca, Trans-Saharan trade route, and tolls collected on trade in gold and salt all refer to what country? Mali What was the political and social effect of Neo-Confucianism in China? To reinforce social hierarchy Which societies enjoyed the most fruitful cultural and economic interchange during the 600-1450 period? Imperial expansion conquered lands. Chinese explored for trade not to spread Portuguese try to spread…

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  • Hongwu Emperor's Proclamation Essay

    Ming people are morally just with money and material possession, so he can trust his officials, and to set the tone for power in the empire. First, to understand where a person is coming from you must understand their background. The Emperor of China, Zhu Yuanzhang, was the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty (New World Encyclopedia). He was born poor, joined the army, and was constantly surrounded by Confucian scholars to help him learn to organize an effective…

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  • Classical Civilization And Trade Essay

    human life since the creation and development of societies. It has been the main method of transfer throughout civilizations, transferring knowledge, ideas, religion, culture and goods. Civilizations whom traded amongst each other involve Classical China, Classical India, and the Mediterranean, yet does not exclude other cultures or civilizations around the globe. The Classical era was a time of ideas, a time where civilizations thrived, occurring from 1000 B.C.E. to 500 C.E. Trade flourished as…

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  • Black Like Me Thesis

    three children. When Mei was a child living in China, life was pretty rough because her family were very poor. So her mother became more active and created a social club where she held gatherings for her close friends and family in order to raise money to immigrate abroad. Woo decided to name this social club, The Joy Luck Club, because the club was so financially successful. And eventually, Woo had enough finances to immigrate to America from China, with her daughter Mei and her husband. She…

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