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  • Achievements Of The Sui, Tang, And Song Dynasty

    China has a rich and vibrate history that stretches back to the Neolithic era. China also has a history of chaos and disunity. However, the Sui, Tang, and Song Dynasty paved the way for the unification and prosperity in China. In 581 CE, the Sui Dynasty reunified China for the first significant time since the collapse of the Han Dynasty. As a result of the reunification, the society became stable and peaceful which encouraged economical and political development. Under Sui leadership, the…

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  • Qin Huangdi Themes

    Both wear their traditional and official robes which tell of a higher status and political significance they had in life and their respective cultures. Sin Sukju is depicted wearing his official robes and a black silk hat on his head. He also wears a rank badge on his chest depicting a pair of peacocks amongst clouds and flowers in gold embroidery, this shows his status as a civil official in the government. In Chairman Mao’s portrait, he wears traditional Confucian…

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  • How Did Marco Polo Influence The World

    around and look at the wonders of Venice. But Marco had still managed to learned a lot. He had learned 4 Asian languages and some Italian. He first set out at age 17 with his father and uncle, traveling overland along what later became known as the Silk Road. After coming to China, Marco Polo entered the court of powerful Mongol ruler Khubilai Khan, who dispatched him on trips to advice administer the realm. Marco Polo stayed abroad for 24 years.The…

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  • How Did Marco Polo Influence Columbus

    Marco Polo as history goes does not stand out with some of the more historical figures of his time. This has become even more popular in the loosely based TV show that has been released about his life. However, without the writings that Marco Polo left us are the very reason we had people like Christopher Columbus. Marco Polo writings inspired Columbus to make the voyage and open up the world to new things, and create an entire generation of people to want to discover new things and see the…

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  • Advantages Of Film Festival

    Another reason for arguing SRIFF is still a film festival which is seeking for its positioning is that it has not yet made a clear decision on whether to be a “business festival” or an “audience festival” (Peranson 39). The concepts of “business festival” and “art festival” are explained in Mark Peranson’s article: First You get the Power, then You get the Money: Two Models of the Film Festivals. In this article, Peranson has listed the different characteristics of the two models of the film…

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  • Observation Of The College Preparation Process

    Observation 3 Often times, the college preparation process can mean acquiring many material things. Generally, how you go above preparing depends on whether a student plan to attend a technical school, community college or a four year university. The supplies needed may change depending on what higher education institution one pursues. Going off to school, students want any and everything that they can get for their dorm or apartment. When shopping the student don’t look at what is a need or a…

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  • Similarities And Differences Between Greek And Mongols

    The Greek Empire spread across three continents and facilitated trade throughout. This time even birthed what was known as the “Silk-Road”. This “Silk Road” was the route that the Greeks and other Europeans used to trade with the “Near East” (present day Middle East), and the East . The Mongols also facilitated trade in a major way. They were one of the first civilizations to encourage trade…

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  • Pneumonic Plague In Eurasia

    with in the European continent, over the years the plague has become localized to England, Italy and Germany. This illness was not an epidemic it was a pandemic that began in Asia and spread to Europe across its closely connected trade sale and the Silk Road. Although, both continents fought the same sickness they survived in very different manners. Unlike Europe, Asia was in a Golden Age when…

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  • Marco Polo Research Paper

    explorer in conclusion marco polo was an amazing explorer that to this day is learned about and admired for all the new things he taught and brought to europe his amazing stories and adventures that helped this world progress get better with the silk road and just ways to trade traveling all through china this is why marco polo is the greatest explorer of all…

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  • The Esthetics Of Buddhism

    In Buddhist and Hindu traditions, esthetics illuminates and complicates the category of religion by showing how people have shaped and expressed their different influences on things such as artwork in the Buddhist tradition and the deities in the Hindu tradition. Esthetics gives a clearer representation of a specific religion by showing exactly what something looks like to multitudes of people. Consequently, this makes it harder to establish a singular religion because so many people have…

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