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Vietnam chapter 14 iiic

Vietnam- Chapter 14:iiic -

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Vietnam chapter 14 iiic

Because of its proximity to China, Vietnam’s culture in many ways resembles that of the Middle Kingdom.

[Image source: http://www.nd.edu/~vsand/images/custom_tradition.gif]


Elements of chinese culture were absorbed during a period of more than 1 000 years of domination

Elements of Chinese culture were absorbed during a period of more than 1,000 years of domination.

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Vietnam chapter 14 iiic

Chinese belief systems such as Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism became integral parts of Vietnamese culture.

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Vietnam chapter 14 iiic

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The vietnamese also adopted chinese forms of writing and government

The Vietnamese also adopted Chinese forms of writing and government.

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Vietnam chapter 14 iiic

Vietnamese government officials were selected through a civil service exam based on Confucian principles.

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Although they adopted many chinese beliefs the vietnamese continued to believe in animism

Although they adopted many Chinese beliefs, the Vietnamese continued to believe in animism.

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Every village had a dinh or spirit house where the guardian spirit of a village dwelled

Every village had a dinh, or spirit house, where the guardian spirit of a village dwelled.

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Vietnamese traditionally wore their hair long and tattooed their skin

Vietnamese traditionally wore their hair long and tattooed their skin.

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The chinese controlled vietnam almost continuously between b c 200 and 939 a d

The Chinese controlled Vietnam almost continuously between B.C. 200 and 939 A.D.

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Vietnam chapter 14 iiic

Vietnam briefly gained independence in 39 A.D. when Trung Trak and Trung Nhi, two sisters, led a successful revolt against China.

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The sisters reportedly drowned themselves when the chinese re conquered vietnam

The sisters reportedly drowned themselves when the Chinese re-conquered Vietnam.

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Vietnam availed itself of the chaos accompanying the collapse of the Tang dynasty and revolted again in the early-900s.

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China dispatched a fleet of warships to subdue the rebellion

China dispatched a fleet of warships to subdue the rebellion.

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The Vietnamese, under the leadership of Ngo Quyen, defeated the Chinese armada at the Battle of the Bach Dang River in 938 A.D.

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The Vietnamese date their independence from China to this battle, even though Emperor Tai Cong subsequently launched an invasion.

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During the Song dynasty, the Vietnamese acknowledged Chinese suzerainty when they agreed to pay tribute.

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Although Vietnamese rulers called themselves emperor at home, they referred to themselves as merely a king in messages sent to the imperial Chinese court.

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