The World of the Heavenly Khan. Neighbors. Map of the Tang in 748 AD. Unlike China’s neighbors during the Northern and Southern Dynasties, new neighbors were states that patterned major elements of their governments on China Even Tibet borrowed major political features from China. Neighbors.
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the Heavenly Khan
Map of the Tang in 748 AD
Unlike China’s neighbors during the Northern and Southern Dynasties, new neighbors were states that patterned major elements of their governments on China
Bureaucracy and examination system patterned on the Tang, some customs incorporated elements of Tibetan practice
Its capital, Jiaozhi (Hanoi), lost its role in international trade to Panyu (番禺 pān yú, modern Guanzhou) of the Tang
Prince Shotoku (16 years old), Kamakura Period, 14th Century
Prince Shōtoku’s “Seventeen Article Constitution” (604) begins with a quotation from the Confucian Analects, which says “Harmony is to be valued”
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