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Sinification of Vietnam, Japan, & Korea
Transcript of Sinification of Vietnam, Japan, & Korea
Japan, & Korea
China was a remarkable and very influential civilization. It's unique culture, religion, and enhancements in economics and government attracted many other societies, such as Vietnam, Japan, and Korea. In this presentation, you will be learning about the sinification of Vietnam, Japan, and Korea.
Japan was able to retain its complete political independence.
In 646, the Japanese emperor introduced the Taika reforms, a type of administrative reform, which were intended to realign the Japanese government with China's.
The Taika reforms eventually weakened the imperial government and the aristocratic power, so Japan went back to it's old ways.
With the imperial government under constant Buddhist threats, the capital was moved from Nara to Heian.
To counterbalance Buddhists, emperors restored aristocratic powers, reinforced their traditional control of imperial government, and built up their control of rural estates.
Now it's time to check what you learned...
What is sinification? Sinification is the term used for the spread of Chinese culture.
By Larkin, Lindsey, & Michaela
Buddhism supplied the key links to Chinese culture.
Korea also had Confucianism, but they preferred Buddhism.
Salvationist Buddhism promised an afterlife as a release from serving the Korean aristocracy.
They had Buddhist monasteries.
Korean kingdoms were influenced by Chinese culture.
The Tang emperors conquered Korea the second time.
The Tang allied themselves with Silla so they could defeat the other two dynasties.
The Tang left Silla to be independent rulers.
The Silla rulers modeled their government after the Tang dynasty.
Chinese culture influenced Korea more heavily.
Rulers attempted to institute the Chinese examination system and Chinese writing.
China influenced Korea's agriculture and introduced rice.
Koreans learned the initial secrets of pottery from the Chinese.
Tribute systems offered Chinese learning and art.
Scholars were able to study at Chinese schools.
Korean agriculture came from China.
Korea was influenced by Chinese trade goods.
Most of Korea's trade involved supplying luxuries for the elite.
To support the bringing in of luxury items, Korea exported raw materials.
Tribute systems offered access to manufactured goods.
China was interested in controlling Vietnam so they could control the rice production.
The first attempts at conquest from the Qin dynasty resulted in trade between China and Vietnam.
The Han dynasty conquered the Red River Valley.
Initially, Vietnam cooperated and entered bureaucratic local governments.
Vietnam resistance to Chinese political inclusion led to rebellions.
Vietnam was difficult for China to govern, so they separated.
Vietnam continued to imitate Chinese government.
Chinese ideographs became Vietnam's written form for spoken language.
The Vietnam elite adopted Confucian education and the Chinese examination system.
The Vietnamese imitated the scholar-gentry.
The competition with Buddhist monks limited the scholar-gentry's power.
Chinese agricultural techniques helped Vietnam become highly productive.
Vietnam adopted China's dominate religion of Buddhism.
Confucianism was adopted by Vietnam due to china's influence
Taoism was introduced into Vietnam by China
3.2- Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions
3.3- Increased Economic Productive Capacity and the Consequences
Theme 2- Development and Interaction of Cultures
Theme 3- State-building, Expansion, and Conflict
Theme 4- Creation, Expansion, and Interaction of Economic Systems
Theme 5- Development and Transformation of Social Structures
The Japanese people were strongly appealed to Buddhism & Confucianism due to the influences of China.
Even within the native Shinto practice, the art of building permanent shrines and temples came from the Chinese approach to Buddhism.
There is still a large Buddhist following in Japan today due to the influence of China earlier.
The Kimono style was influenced by the Chinese fashions of the Han period.
The artistic styles of Japan were influenced by the Chinese art.
Japans music was heavily influenced by China, the instruments and music resembled China's.
Japan adapted the Chinese script.
Japan cities resemble the Chinese cities.
The architecture of Japan and China were influenced by each other.
China influenced Japans economical ways and still do today.
Rice farming was adopted from China by Japan.
China didn't have a huge impact on the economical ways of Japan but they did influence.
China influenced the economical ways of Japan mostly through agriculture.