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    connected world, the cultural communication between countries and regions has been intensified, but some of them have lost their own identity. Globalization and political tactics have benefited economic development and stabilized regions but in the long run, the disadvantages overweigh advantages. Globalization and the political strategy have made their unique design more homogenous and naturally impacted its development in the present and future. It is vital that the conflict and connection have continuously coexisted in diverse cultures and anywhere. Due to their mutualism, design in different cultures becomes kaleidoscopic. Stimulated by culture assimilation in Inner Mongolia, this research addresses how modernism…

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    Ghost City Research Paper

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    These cities help boost China 's economy in the short term, but now China 's economy is slowing down and the debt is piling up. China states that by 2020 a lot of these cities will be filled. Many local business owners hope that people will flood into these cities, because their business depends on it, but the Chinese just can not afford it. To build these cities China gave 18,452 households eviction notices, and 270 factories had to move. All these people kicked out onto the streets for…

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    Gold In the ancient Chinese dynasties has been represented in different material. Before the Spring and Autumn Period (770BC- 403BC). Gold often was represented bronze, which was the dominate and widespread material other than iron. Ancient people did not understand so much about gold, and also the limited availability of gold. Precious metal gold was not utilized regularly until a few dynasties later. However, After the Warring States Period (403BC- 221BC). People started to consider in which…

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    Over, the course of this class we have watched how Chinese art has changed throughout history. We first witnessed the bronze ritual vessels of the Shang and Zhou Dynasty. Then we examined the different Hu’s of the Han Dynasty. We also watched the progression of Buddhist sculptures in the 3rd and 4th century. With the course ending we see the collapse of the Tang Dynasty in the 10th century, and the emergence of Chinese Landscape painting. The past couple weeks, we were introduced to a variety of…

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    China saw significant religious and social changes and continuities from 1200 to 1750 C.E. Confucianism continued to be a religion practiced by many Chinese citizens. However, as the period continued, the practice of Confucianism became far more popular. Socially, the emphasis on family in China maintained its importance in society. Nonetheless, as the period continued, the subordination of women within these families increased in severity. From 1200 to 1750 C.E., Confucianism continued to be…

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    Ming Dynasty

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    The founder of the Ming dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang, rose from humble beginnings. Under Yuan rule, he was an oppressed Chinese peasant boy, and during the rebellions against them, he called upon the Chinese to take China back for themselves, overthrowing the Mongols. Overall, the Ming dynasty had support because they were overthrowing foreign corruption. Furthermore, they wanted to fight to restore the dignity of their nationality by bringing an end to the chaos of the final Yuan years. For that…

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    Mongolian Culture

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    Mongols refused to learn Chinese language so consequently there was a disruption in communication. Especially when Chinese officials were selected under examination, and communication between upper and lower levels of government was done through translators. While Kublai and his sons were highly successful emperors, later emperors became powerless. Yuan became known as the shortest lived of major dynasties lasting only from 1264 to 1368, a mere hundred years. The Yuan was overthrown by a…

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    The Manchu’s supreme rule would not cease once civilians got selected as government officers. Within the government agencies, there were a strict hierarchical system that again built based on Manchu’s nobility. One of the most core agency that created by Manchu in the Qing dynasty that mainly responsible for the colonial and peripheral rule was the Li Fanyuan. The Li Fanyuan had set different local offices in Qing’s peripheral areas like Mongolia, Tibet and Xinjiang and selected elite Bannermen…

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    Introduction During the late 12th century, a baby was born by the name of Temujin. This baby would later become known by the name of Genghis Khan, one of the most feared leaders in our history. Genghis Khan was important for not only uniting the tribes of the Mongolian Region, but also by the way he influenced the whole world, past and present, in many different ways. He fought, preached, and traded his way to become one of the strongest rulers our world has ever seen. The “Forgotten”…

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    a nomadic tribe invaded/conquered a territory they actually helped the empire sometimes all they did was further destroy it like the Mongols and some Germanic tribes. Nomads have long since lived on the Eurasia continent, however, during the late 16th hundreds due to the increase in civilized settlements being created nomads and civilized settlements began constantly fighting over the ownership of the land and its resources. Nomads are people who never truly settle down in one…

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