Emperor of China

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  • Identity In China

    or some other characteristic? Would they be willing to compromise the very values and ideas that make up their identity before the laws and government that rule over them? This gets to the point of the Central Asian Muslims in Xinjiang province of China. During the 18th Century the Manchus incorporated the land the Central Asian…

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  • DBQ Essay On Zheng He's Voyages

    2016 In 1368, Hongwu led a rebel army that finally drove the Mongols out of China. Hongwu then became the first Ming Dynasty emperor and he ruled from the capital, Yuan. Even though Hongwu was able to implement stability in China, problems arose and he became a ruthless tyrant. He doubted the loyalty of his officials and then killed thousands of them. After Hongwu’s death in 1398, his son, Yonglo, became the new emperor. Yonglo had intellectual curiosity about the outside world and sent seven…

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  • An Analysis Of Zheng He's Voyages

    seven voyages. Throughout these voyages, He sailed from China, with nearly thirty thousand men, to numerous different countries collecting tribute and establishing tributary relations. The reasons behind these voyages are strongly and continuously debated by…

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  • The Great Wall Of China Summary

    an exclusive configuration known as the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall was assembled and established by a man named Qin, the first emperor of China. He conceived this complex as a forcible blockade to defend the Chinese and their homeland as well. Much of the Chinese society became endeavored to death in the development of this unforgettable wall in China. Qin was frightened that one of his rivals of the other six different kingdoms in China would try to endorse his capacity and…

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  • Cixi's Reform

    First of all, the education reform initially seemed promising; nevertheless, it deprived the loyalty to the emperor, and more students were educated in nationalism, which taught them the importance of being devoted to the country instead of the emperor, and even the higher class children who received the new education abandoned the old thoughts. As these students witnessed the incapability of the government and how obedient to…

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  • Compare And Contrast Medieval Japanese And Medieval Europe

    medieval pyramid and the Emperor was the ruler of the Japanese. However, being a king in Europe was more respected because he had so much more power than a Japanese Emperor so it would be better to be a king King rather than an Emperor. The medieval kings were the ones that controlled the country they were in. They usually became king because they were the ones who had conquered…

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  • Ming Dynasty Spy Agencies

    Ming Dynasty, there were many Spy agencies developed by different emperors. They are the Eastern Depot Factory, Western Depot Factory and the Jinyiwei (Emperors’ personal bodyguards). Each were created for its own purpose and to each agency. Eastern Depot was created by Zhu Yuan Zhang’s fourth son Zhu Di. Western Depot was created by Zhu Jian Shen, Ming Dynasty’s eighth emperor. The most famous Jinyiwei was created by Hong Wu Emperor Zhu Yuan Zhang himself, it functioned as secret polices to…

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  • Why Is Zheng He Be Celebrated

    Zheng He was a Chinese Muslim admiral during the Ming Dynasty. In 1405, Zheng He received orders from Emperor Yongle to travel down the coast of China and across the ocean to India to show the power of China. For the next 28 years, Zheng He would lead seven voyages and sailed distances farther than anyone had before. He commanded numerous ships of breath-taking size with thousands of people in his crew and established peaceful relationships with other areas. The voyages of Zheng He should be…

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  • Importance Of Fashion In Ancient China

    Explain why was fashion very important in Ancient China? The fashion from Ancient China was an important aspect in the Chinese culture. Ancient China society was strict on clothing and this was reflected in its elaborate garment. Fashion trends usually change over time because of new emperors from each dynasty. Clothing later became part of people’s lives in Ancient China, it represented their culture but mainly the differences in social status based on the hierarchy. Ancient Chinese fashion…

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  • The Macartney Mission

    In 1794, Macartney proposed the famous “Macartney Mission”, and was rejected by Qianlong Emperor. It is because that China had totally different understanding of its diplomatic status from what the Macartney thought, and China was self-sufficient and thus not willing to expand import. However, some claimed that it was China’s “isolation” that resulted in the rejection. From my perspective, the idea that China was “isolated” was not totally correct. Instead, the East Asian was actively involved…

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