Kublai Khan's Impact On Modern Society

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The personality under study is Kublai Khan. Kublai Khan, the fourth son of Tolui who was the youngest of Genghis’s four sons, reigning from 1260 to 1294, was the founder of the Yuan dynasty in Mongolia and China. This extended response format will talk about Kublai’s background information (e.g birth, death etc), his significant achievements, how he impacted Ancient China and Mongolia and how he has impacted modern society.

This paragraph will state Kublai’s important background information. Kublai Khan, born Kublai and also known by the temple name Shizu, was the grandson of Genghis Khan. He was born on September 5th ,1215 in Mongolia and died on the 18th of February 1294 in Khanbaliq. He was the fifth Khan of the Mongol Empire, reigning from 1260 to 1294, and conquered China, and became the founder of the Yuan dynasty in Mongolia and China, a division of the Mongol Empire. To govern China as always going to be a challenge as it had such a long political history.

In this paragraph you will become aware of five of Kublai Khan’s achievements. Kublai Khan achieved plenty, but these are the five main areas and the ones
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An example is how Kublai Khan saw he had to rule over a number of different nations, including the Chinese. He ingratiated himself with these nationalities and adapted the traditions of the different nations in order to rule over a stable empire. This could be said of many politicians and governments of the world today. Kublai Khan also appointed people on merit and this system is also used in most societies today, both in the workplace and in government. Kublai Khan’s system of provincial administration is also evident in many countries today, for example in Australia, each state has its own form of government and within the states, local areas have councils to govern that area. Khan’s paper currency initiative was adopted by all countries and is standard thought the world
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