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Unit 3 – China and Korea, Vietnam, and Japan. Korean states emerged in 4 th – 7 th centuries Maintained political independence Silla (688–900), Koryo (918–1392), Yi (1392–1910) dynasties Acceptance of much Chinese culture Korea maintained its Korean culture. China and Korea.

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Unit 3 china and korea vietnam and japan

Unit 3 – China and Korea, Vietnam, and Japan


China and korea

  • Korean states emerged in 4th – 7th centuries

  • Maintained political independence

    • Silla (688–900),

    • Koryo (918–1392),

    • Yi (1392–1910) dynasties

  • Acceptance of much Chinese culture

  • Korea maintained its Korean culture

China and Korea


Vietnam and china

  • The experience of Vietnam was broadly similar to that of Korea

  • Vietnam ’s cultural heartland in the Red River valley was part of the Chinese state from 111 B.C.E. to 939 C.E.

  • Vietnamese rulers adopted the Chinese approach to government

  • Much of distinctive Vietnamese culture remained in place

Vietnam and China


Japan and china

  • Geography

    • Japan was never invaded or conquered by China

  • Main period of cultural borrowing was seventh–ninth centuries C.E.,

  • Elements of Chinese culture took root in Japan

    • borrowings were selective

Japan and China


Japan and china1

  • Religious distinctiveness

  • Distinctive literary and artistic culture

Japan and China

Takeda Shingen by UtagawKuniyoshi


China and the eurasian world economy

  • Spillovers: China’s Impact on Eurasia

    • China’s technological innovations spread beyond its borders

    • Chinese prosperity stimulated commercial life all over Eurasia

China and the Eurasian World Economy


China and the eurasian world economy1

  • On the receiving end: China as Economic Beneficiary

    • China learned cotton and sugar cultivation and processing from India

    • China was transformed around 1000 by introduction of new rice strains from Vietnam

    • Growing participation in Indian Ocean trade

China and the Eurasian World Economy


China and buddhism

  • Making Buddhism Chinese

    • Buddhism took root 300-800 CE

    • Sui and early Tang dynasties gave state support to Buddhism

China and Buddhism

Chinese Gold painting of Cundi

Chinese Buddhist depiction of Sakyamuni Buddha


China and buddhism1

  • Losing State Support: The Crisis of Chinese Buddhism

    • Growth of Chinese Buddhism provoked resistance and criticism

    • An Lushan rebellion (755–763),

China and Buddhism


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