The Han dynasty had a strong belief that if technology was widely available, it would benefit the entire Chinese empire. They felt responsible to make it available for the workers and laborers that lived in China. On the other hand, Roman philosophy and administration considered laborers to be low-class, and not deserving of the help of intellectuals in government. The first group of documents were all from Han Dynasty
Doc. 8 by a Roman general, shows that Romans would rather use more labor of the lower classes for regular pleasure of the higher classes. Also, according to Doc. 6, written by a Roman upper class citizen, Romans took more time and manpower to perfect things that were neither efficient, nor productive. Documents by lower class citizens of the Roman Empire would provide more insight into the relationship between higher and lower classes and help understand their uses of
Regarding the passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 was that it was the first act to ever regulate immigration. The main reason for its passage was that the chinese were seen as an invasive species, even to the minority groups. It was all because they were not white, and that was only one of the problems that sparked hate towards them. The Germans, Italians, and Jews were all white, and the Chinese were not. Not to mention they were an easy scapegoat for the problems America faced.
He was able to finish conquering China that was started by Genghis Khan. Kublai Khan’s style of leading his military was very different from Genghis Khan. Kublai Khan unlike Genghis Khan, paid more attention to his people and how to make his empire better with policies and laws not by just his military's ability
The Ming dynasty was one of the most influential empires in history. At its beginning, the Ming empire was founded on the basic Chinese institutions of government by Hongwu. Hongwu rejected Mongol customs and stopped trading with other countries. He also made a list of rules to protect the citizens from the unfair ways of the Chinese officials. Throughout the Ming empire’s time in power, the dynasty became a world power through their changes made in rules, exploration, and expansion.
The Qin and Han employed different philosophies on how to run their dynasties. The Qin used controlling Legalistic ideas while the Han used the relationship building Confucianism. The Qin and Han had a different relationship with outsiders because the Qin preferred to keep foreigners out while the Han wanted to build a relationship with them. The Qin and the Han each contributed to the growth of China’s culture and expansion. The developments in trade, foreign relations, and building expansive building projects in the Qin and Han Dynasties effected the design of every dynasty
Retracing back to my ethnic history, Hmong people was a minority group that originally originated in China and slowly spread to Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, United States, Australia, and France. It was never identified if the Hmong people had their own country or if they were part of the Chinese lineage whom had become a minority group of their own with its own language and culture. It is found that, the Hmong cultural last names consist of 18 different last names and were very similar to the Chinese last names. As to that there are still Hmong people who live in China mainland. For this reason, it had been a belief that the Hmong cultural did exist from China and had ancestors who were monarchs.
The purpose of this was to show people how to be in harmony with their place in life. Legalism is a ruling made by Shi Huangdi, who was a strict ruler in china. The purpose of this ruling was to get the people of china to follow the rule, and if they didn’t there was a very harsh punishment. Although confucianism and legalism have some similarities, but the differences between the two are amazingly clear.
Another reason it was so influential is because it was sold very cheaply so as many people could read it as possible. It also used “common” language and was not seen as aristocratic like the writings of Jefferson. Thomas Paine also swayed many colonists into revolution because of his anger. In Common Sense Thomas Paine seems very angry and emotionally distraught which to many people made the cause seem more apparent. Here is an example of his anger “But where, says some, is the King of America?
He then named his dynasty after his home region ‘Han’. The Han Empire then went on to govern China for four hundred years from 206 B.C.E. to 220 C.E. (Smith et.al, 192).
The Mongols did not trust the Chinese, so they had foreigners come in to govern the people. They took away the traditional Confucian way of government. In the Middle East, the Mongols took the highest positions, but gave the lower positions to the people showing that there was more trust. The Mongols didn 't disrupt the original government, instead they used it to their advantage. Mongols
Due to China’s Warring Period after the Han Dynasty, Buddhism gained popularity because no imperial authority was around to enforce laws. Once an empire rose to power, Buddhism was turned against. Initially the Chinese defended Buddhism and its policies, but after centuries, others increasingly analyzed how Buddhism had not presence in older documents. Buddhism began to be blamed for the political and social problems of Chinese society. An additional document, such as a graph, that demonstrates actual numbers of Buddhist converts of this time period would help determine if the given documents’ author’s statements about Buddhism were accurate.
Colonies played a big role because they supplied the needs that British consumers would have to buy from foreign competitors. In what ways did colonial culture change in the eighteenth century? • Colonial best was worried about their small-town status, imported goods and cultured and refined manners to become more like Britain. Some of them educated settlers took great interest in Enlightenment ideas about science and human progress. At the same time, biblical religion got bigger on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean because of the revivals of the Great
Another reason is because they resided in China. So where do they come from? The Hmong people go back to ancient China during the “Three Warring States.” The word Hmong comes from a group of tribes forming together meaning “Freedom People.” The tribes were known as Juili.
Overall, Rome is a huge Empire who had too many differences in classes, wealth, and histories to keep everyone under control and happy. The provinces wanted to practice their own culture and rule themselves, slaves wanted to be treated like equals and have basic human rights, and poor people wanted to provide for their families and lives somewhere where they were not going to die. The differences and divisions could not be fixed by Rome whether it was political reasons or economic. So, these people tried to fix themselves dividing Rome, and themselves in the process. The world today has to understand that people’s basic human rights will are more important to the stability of a society than wealth.