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Transcript of Vietnam

Vietnam Emerges

Chinese Domination Vietnamese Weapons Religion Nôm Writing Chinese Domination During this time, the Vietnamese absorbed Confucian ideas. Adopted Chinese civil service system
Built a government bureaucracy
Nobles adopt Chinese language
Adopted Mahayana and Daoist beliefs. Chinese Han armies conquered Southeast Asia in 111 B.C. Vietnam Emerges

The Vietnamese Preserve Their Identity The Trung Sisters Ca tru music

Instruments Vietnamese weapons of the period were commonly made from iron and other metals; same as many other regions at the time. Vietnamese religion today is predominantly Buddhist. Seen here are multiple figures of the Buddha. This is a restored version of 18th century Vietnamese writing, called Nôm. This system of writing actually stretches back for thousands of years, and it is actually said that Chinese writing derives from Nôm. The Vietnamese Preserve Their Identity A.D 39, Trung Sac and Trung Nhi (sisters) led an uprising, temporarily driving the Chinese out. Tried to restore a more simple form of government based on ancient Vietnamese traditions.
In 939, Vietnam broke free from China. They managed to re-conquer their land, but still remained a tributary state of China. The Trung sisters drove out Chinese occupiers from Vietnam and are remembered as great heroes and martyrs. Vietnam by: Samantha and Tori Ca tru music is a form of Vietnamese music that flourished in the 15th century. An instrument called a dan day (picture below) is played by one member, while another plays drums, while another (always a woman) sings and plays the phach (also showed below). Phach. Bamboo beaten with two wooden sticks. Used by the singer. The dan day. Long-necked lute with three silk strings and 10 frets. Used by musical accompaniment. The End...

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