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Mongolia and Taiwan. History of Mongolia. Nomadic herders for thousands of years. Genghis Khan Conquered all of Central Asia and parts of China in 1227. Grandsons of Genghis Khan expanded the empire until the fall of the Mongol Empire in the 1300s.

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Mongolia and taiwan

Mongolia and Taiwan


History of mongolia

History of Mongolia

  • Nomadic herders for thousands of years.

  • Genghis Khan Conquered all of Central Asia and parts of China in 1227.

  • Grandsons of Genghis Khan expanded the empire until the fall of the Mongol Empire in the 1300s.

  • http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/discovery-atlas-china-revealed-the-great-wall.html


Empire of genghis khan

Empire of Genghis Khan


Mongolia and taiwan

  • Mongolia became a part of China in the 1600s until independence in 1911.

  • 1924 became the Mongolian People’s Republic and ruled with communism for 72 years.

  • 1989 began moving toward democracy.


Mongolian culture

Mongolian culture

  • China was a cultural hearth of influence.

  • Influenced by the Soviet Union during the 20th century.

  • Most important festival in Mongolia is the Naadam Festival of the Three Games of Men.

    • 2,300 year old event of wrestling, archery, and horse racing.

    • http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/discovery-atlas-china-revealed-mongolian-riders.html


Economy of mongolia

Economy of Mongolia

  • Nomadic lifestyles with camels, horses, cattle and goats used for cashmere.

  • Shifted to a market economy after communism.

  • Large deposits of coal, petroleum, copper, gold, and iron.


Daily life in mongolia

Daily Life in Mongolia

  • Difficult lifestyle as nomads in the harsh environment.

  • Many Mongolians still live in Yurts, even in the capital city.


Mongolia

Mongolia


History of taiwan

History of Taiwan

  • Migration of people from China and Southeast Asia.

  • Controlled by China from 1683-1895 when it was taken over by Japan.

  • Chinese Nationalists took control in 1949.

    • China does not recognize Taiwan independence.


Culture of taiwan

Culture of Taiwan

  • Population is almost all Chinese with Chinese culture.

  • Buddhism temples and Chinese art.

  • Well educated people who speak Mandarin.

  • Opened to Western influences like baseball.


Economy of taiwan

Economy of Taiwan

  • One of the world’s most successful economies.

  • Few natural resources with strong manufacturing industries and trade.

  • Considered an economic tiger with rapid growth.


Taiwan

Taiwan


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