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  • Windmill App: A New Wave Of Globalization In Indonesia

    organisations, and governments of different countries. For more than thousands of years, people and organisations have been purchasing from and selling to each other in distant geographical locations. For instance, this trading is evident through the famed Silk Road across Central Asia connecting China and Europe during middle ages. However, policy and technological developments of past few years have spurred increases in international trade, investment, and migration extensively that many…

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  • Ap World History Comparative Analysis

    Between twelfth and fifteenth centuries there were similarities in culture and types of power due to trade. Starting from the Middle East through West Africa, and China are connected through trades. In the Americas, Mesoamerica and South America, there was systems of tribute and trade within region. Each civilization was brought together in some way, whether it was their beliefs or keeping balance in society. In a way trade ties together the different societies that developed independently in…

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  • Nomadic People Research Paper

    The nomadic people have been knowing for people who settle in many different places. The nomadic people and incursions had big effects in many regions during the time period 8000 - 600 BCE. Nomadic incursions mean a sudden invasion by nomadic people.The steppe nomads were the group who invaded China, and the Hyksos were the group who invaded Egypt. Egypt and China both used tools provided from the nomadic people, and had the same response to the nomadic incursions, but, how the empire's…

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  • Similarities Between Gupta Dynasty And Han Dynasty

    From simple agricultural civilizations to large and advanced empires, the Classical Period, from 1000 B.C.E. to 500 C.E., was one of the most important and developmental periods in human history. During this period, several large civilizations developed in the Middle East and Asia. These civilizations made many advancements in areas such as politics, economy, technology, art, and religion. Two major civilizations that developed during the classical period were China and the Indian subcontinent.…

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  • Similarities Between Han China And Imperial Rome

    There are many similarities and differences in the methods used to control politics between the Han China Empire and the Imperial Rome Empire during the Classical period. Han China started 206 B.C.E. and ended in 220 C.E. and Imperial Rome lasted from 31 B.C.E. to 476 C.E., and both had advanced social and political systems. Even though both empires had gone through many difficulties and severe changes, Imperial Rome Empire still kept many political and social aspects from the Roman Republic,…

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  • Silk Road Ensemble Analysis

    play and what makes it unique. In this paper we will explore the different aspects of each song given to us. This will allow us to break down the beauty within many musical pieces, giving us the chance to explore the deeper meaning of music. The Silk Road Ensemble, is what I would consider to be a unique piece of music. This song immediately caught my attention with its majestic toon and great balance of instruments slowly coming together in the song. I loved how peaceful but upbeat this song…

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  • Effects Of The Global Silver Trade Dbq

    The Chinese requested capital instead of the regular items traded on the once popular Silk Route. The Europeans did not hesitate to trade with the new form of capital that they had found. The scale of the new global trade is outlined by Doc 2. The document demonstrates how Spain spent all they could’ve. Not only were Chinese goods bought…

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  • Rise Of Buddhism Essay

    Buddhism: (1 - 1750) Buddhism originated in N. India, and is traced back to Siddhartha Guatama’s search for an antidote to end suffering in the 5th century BCE. Early Buddhism was spread slowly along the trade routes by Buddhist merchants and monks. In the 3rd century CE, Ashoka, a ruler of the Mauryan Empire, converted to Buddhism. He did not forcefully convert his people, but he sent missionaries to East Asia and left edicts throughout the empire. Buddhism eventually made it’s way into places…

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  • How Did The Junk Ship Affect China

    The Junk Ship is an Ancient Chinese sailing ship which was used throughout Asia for extensive sea voyage. This ship originated in the 2nd century and was used extensively for South East Asian trade between the 17th and 19th century. The highlighted region spans from the South Eastern parts of China, down to Indonesia and out to Japan. Junk Ships were very important for the transfer of goods and wealth throughout this region, as well as religions and cultures. The Junk Ship had a major influence…

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  • The Influence Of The Yuan Dynasty In China

    China is a very large country in eastern Asia that has seen its fair share of ups and downs throughout history. Today, China is the most populated country in the world with 1.3 billion people living within its borders. China went through many dynasties as it grew and evolved, each adding to the rich and diverse culture of the Chinese. Some of these dynasties lasted hundreds of years, whereas some were brief in their control. The Yuan dynasty came to be in 1279 and lasted until 1368. The Yuan…

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