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Japan and China . Ming China (1368-1800). Mongol emperors are ousted by a peasant revolt led by Taizu Renaissance of Chinese culture and politics Expansion of China . Chinese Culture. Porcelain: http://www.googleartproject.com/galleries/27755421/27849024/ Art Silk.

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ming china 1368 1800
Ming China (1368-1800)
  • Mongol emperors are ousted by a peasant revolt led by Taizu
  • Renaissance of Chinese culture and politics
  • Expansion of China
chinese culture
Chinese Culture
  • Porcelain: http://www.googleartproject.com/galleries/27755421/27849024/
  • Art
  • Silk
chinese culture confucianism
Chinese Culture - Confucianism
  • Who is Confucius?
  • Philosopher from the 5th century CE
  • Followers wrote the Analects – a book of his sayings
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Chinese Culture - Confucianism
  • “The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.”
  • “Never give a sword to a man who can't dance.”
  • “To be wealthy and honored in an unjust society is a disgrace.”
chinese culture confucianism2
Chinese Culture - Confucianism
  • The Five Relationships and filial piety
  • Ruler-subject
  • Father-Son
  • Brother-brother
  • Husband-wife
  • Friend-friend
chinese politics
Chinese Politics
  • Civil Service Exam
    • An exam to determine who participates in government
    • Instead of a patronage system
  • Mandate of heaven
    • The emperor has a mandate from heaven to be the ruler of china
zheng he
Zheng He
  • Chinese explorer from 14th century
  • Explored Around the Indian ocean until…
  • The Chinese government decided that they did not want any exploration happening
europeans in china
Europeans in China
  • Jesuit Missionaries – before missionaries, there was little contact between China and Europe. The Jesuit order used Confucianist ideas to convert the chinese people to Catholicism.
chinese rites controversy
Chinese Rites Controversy
  • The Catholic Pope did not like what the Jesuits were doing, so he used a Papal Bull to demand the jesuits use more traditional methods of conversion.
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Chinese Rites Controversy
  • The Kangxi emperor of china responded to the papal bull by demanding that ALL Christian missionaries leave china.
japanese shogunates
Japanese Shogunates
  • Daimyo, heads of noble families, ruled Japan.
  • Around the end of the fifteenth century, the daimyo were warring with each other. There was chaos in japan.
unification of japan
Unification of Japan
  • Three powerful leaders struggled to unify japan: Oda Nobunaga, ToyotomiHideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu.
  • Oda and Toyotomi were military leaders, not daimyo
tokugawa japan
Tokugawa Japan
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu was the daimyo of Edo.
  • He took the title of Shogun in 1603 and completed the unification of japan.
  • The Tokugawa family held authority of Japan until 1868.
    • This period is know as the Great Peace
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Tokugawa Japan
  • During this period there was a flourishing of Japanese culture.
  • Including Japanese Poetry
  • One of the Greatest Japanese poets was Fukuda Chiyo-ni.
  • Airing out kimonosas well as her heartis never enough.
  • Again the womencome to the fieldswith unkempt hair.
  • Just for todayusing men for rice-planting.
europeans in japan
Europeans in japan
  • The Portuguese were the first europeans to arrive in Japan.
  • They held up a steady trade with japan until the introduction of Jesuit missionaries
  • An edict in 1587 expelled all christians from japan
  • The only europeans allowed to trade with the japanese were the dutch until the late Nineteenth century
    • The dutch were allowed to trade once a year and they could only stay for 2-3 months.

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