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Central and east asia. By: Matthew Katz, Aidan Hart, and Andrew Wallen. Period 1 Prehistory to 600 CE. Theme 1: Interaction between humans and the environment. Theme 2: Development and interaction of Cultures. Theme 3: State-building, expansion, and conflict.

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central and east asia

Central and east asia

By: Matthew Katz, Aidan Hart, and Andrew Wallen

theme 4 creation expansion and interaction of economic systems
Theme 4: Creation, expansion, and interaction of economic systems
  • Agricultural Society
  • Trade
    • Luxury items
    • Foodstuffs
    • Copper
  • Merchants
    • Important
    • Confucian dislike
  • Technological Advancement
    • Exceeded Europe

Japan

    • Strong Agriculture
theme 1 interactions between humans and the environment
Theme 1- Interactions between humans and the environment
  • Cities Boom!
  • Golden Age
  • Scholar-Gentry Art
  • Buddhism and Art
theme 2 development and interaction of cultures1
Theme 2- development and interaction of cultures
  • China
    • Religion
      • Buddhism suppressed
    • Junks
    • Inventions

Japan

    • Buddhism
    • Heian Court

Korea

    • Sinification
    • Buddhism over Hinduism

Vietnam

    • Nuclear Family

Mongols

    • Take over the World
    • Left culture in place
theme 3 state building expansion conflict
Theme 3- State building, expansion, conflict
  • China
      • Dynasty
      • Zhou
        • Centralized
      • Qin
      • Han
        • Bureaucracy
        • Grand Canal
      • Mongol intervention
        • No more bureaucracy
      • Stoppedexpansion
    • Japan
      • Cultural unity
      • GempeiWars
    • Korea
      • AlliedwithTang
      • Aristocrats
    • Vietnam
      • Drive South
theme 4 interaction of economic systems
Theme 4 - interaction of economic systems
  • China
          • Granaries
          • Rice
          • Paper money
          • Grand Canal
  • Japan
        • Daimyos
        • Guilds
  • Korea
        • Aristocrats
  • Mongols
        • Economicpolicytowardspeasants
        • Risingtaxes
theme 5 development and change of social structures
Theme 5 - development and change of social structures
  • CHINA
  • Aristocrats power reduced
  • Military subordinate to scholar gentry.
  • Neo-Confucian male dominance
  • Men versatility valued
  • JAPAN
  • Court Life
  • Imperial Power
  • Warrior Elite
  • Commercial class
  • Barbarism
  • Korea
  • Aristocratic power
  • Mongols
  • Mongols and Muslim allies on top
  • Artisan classes
theme 1 interaction between humans and the enviornment
Theme 1- INTERACTION BETWEEN HUMANS AND THE ENVIORNMENT
  • Bubonic Plague
  • Guns and gunpowder
  • New Ships
  • Compass
theme 2 development and interaction of cultures2
Theme 2 Development and interaction of cultures
  • European tribute systems in Europe
  • Spreadngfaith
  • Maritime Asia
  • ChineseRetreat
theme 3 state building expansion conquest
Theme 3- state building, expansion, conquest
  • Ming Dynasty
  • Scholar-Gentry Revival
  • Hongwu’s reforms
  • Ming Decline
  • Japan
  • Reunification
  • Isolation
theme 4 interaction of economic systems1
Theme 4 – interaction of economic systems
  • Asian Trading world
  • Asian sea trading network
  • Economic Growth
  • Zheng He expeditions
theme 5 development and transformation of social structures1
Theme 5- development and transformation of social structures.
  • Scholar Gentry Returns To dominance
  • Men and elders flourish
  • Women confined
  • Imperial women influential
slide21

GROWING INDUSTRIALIZATION BRINGS NEW INVENTIONS

  • Increase in steel production.
      • Industrialization leads to modern inventions
theme 2 interaction of cultures
Theme 2- interaction of cultures
  • Japan
  • Western Superiority
  • Copy cat west
  • Dependent on West
  • China
  • Trade
theme 3 state building conflict expansion
Theme 3- State building, conflict, expansion
  • JAPAN
  • Shogunate declines
        • not all bad
        • 1868
  • Meiji
  • China
  • Rise and fall of Qing
  • Bureaucracy breaks down
  • Opium wars
  • Rebellions
theme 4 economic systems
Theme 4- Economic Systems
  • Japan
  • Industrialization
  • China
  • Trade with the West
  • Manchu
theme 5 social order
Theme 5- social order
  • Japan
  • Samurai class abolished
  • West
        • adopted
  • Family life
  • Population growth
  • China
  • Qing keep Ming Social Order
  • Compradors
slide28

Shintoism in Japan

    • Abolished
  • Western elements added to culture
  • Art for protest
  • Taiwan more western
slide29

Political parties in Japan

  • Japanese nationalism
  • China Guomindang
  • Japan militarization
  • Nuclear bombs WWII
  • After WWII
    • People’s Democratic Republic of Korea
    • Republic of Korea
    • China communist
    • Taiwan nationalist
    • Japan selective westernization
    • Cultural Revolution
slide30

Japan

    • Zaibatsus
    • Labor Unions
    • “Japan Incorporated”
  • Korean textiles
  • Taiwan education
  • Pacific Rim
    • Western industrial model
  • China
    • Mass Line
    • Great Leap Forward
    • Capitalism
slide31

Japan

    • Woman vote
    • Increased social groups
    • Population growth slowed
    • Group loyalty
  • China
    • Technocrat class
    • Women’s rights