Also, due to the large amount of political changes that occurred during this expanse of time, the Silk Road also traveled through the new countries that began when the Roman Empire collapsed. This created the cultures of these nations along the Silk Road. In conclusion, the Silk Road’s basic purpose remained intact from 200 B.C.E. to 1450 C.E., but the important interactions that occurred on it did not. Empires collapsed, causing new nations to form, which in turn brought countless changes to the cultures and the interactions between the merchants and peoples along the Silk
Understandably, when the news of gold and opportunity in far away Gum San, (Golden Mountain – the Chinese name for America) reached China, many Chinese seized the opportunity to seek their fortune, and a majority ended up on the coasts of California. Rao starts her article off with a historical narrative of this musical past and how these clusters of families brought the culture from their homeland and introduced it in an authentic fashion. As we can see today, every major metropolitan city has its own version of Chinatown. The stage has drawn Chinese people closer and closer together and led to immigration in and within the US. Although the stories on stage were inspired from the older history
Chapter 8 Central and East Asia: The Revival of China and the Impact of the Mongols Thesis: Although the Hand and the Roman Empire faced many of the same setbacks that led to their downfalls, Chinese civilization eventually rose again, whereas Roman civilization disappeared permanently. The Sui-Tang Era Sui Dynasty- North Chinese noble family that rose to reunite China at the end of the 6th Century Wendi, a Chinese nobleman, forged a mariage alliance with a neighboring kingdom in the north and then gained support from nearby nomadic military leaders Sui paved the way for the Tang Dynasty who ruled for approx. 300 years Wendi murdered by son Yangdi who was murdered by his ministers; Chinese empire held together by one of Yangdi’s officials,
ETHS 220 Asian in America Photo-ethnography Project Name: YI YANG Professor: Nhung Le Date: December 8, 2011 Asian Religions in America Since Asian culture is widespread through many Asian countries there will be several types of Asia religion to study when talking about the Asian American religion and faith. In this project, we will look at the most popular Asia religion within the Asian culture and populations of the US. Buddhism Hinduism Taoism Buddhism Buddhism was introduced into the United States for more than one hundred years of history. The 19th century, Japan expanded to the Pacific area, so that Buddhism spread with Japanese immigrants into the Hawaiian Islands. And later go into San Francisco and other place.
The Han emperor initially settled for the Vietnam’s ruler’s admission of his vassal status and periodic payments of tribute. But later on, they thought it was best to conquer the feisty Vietnamese outright and to govern them directly using Chinese officials. This is what led to the influences of China into Vietnam as their conflict began. The Vietnamese decided to co-operate with heir northern neighbors so that they could provide a great deal of knowledge for them. 5) Funan collapsed slowly during the 6th century C.E.
It is believed that these Christian missionaries came to Alexandria to spread the gospel among the Jewish community. After establishing a number of bishoprics outside of Alexandria, Christianity was spread throughout Egypt. Christianity was widely accepted. According
 In the late Middle Ages, transcontinental trade over the land routes of the Silk Road declined as sea trade increased,.  In recent years, both the maritime and overland Silk Routes are again being used, often closely following the ancient routes. Trade on the Silk Road was a significant factor in the development of the great civilizations of China, India, Ancient Egypt, Persia, Arabia, and Ancient Rome, and in several respects helped lay the foundations for the modern world. Though silk was certainly the major trade item from China, many other goods were traded, and various technologies, religions and philosophies, as well as the bubonic plague (the "Black Death"), also traveled along the Silk Routes. Some of the other goods traded included luxuries such as silk, satin, hemp and other fine fabrics, musk, other perfumes, spices, medicines, jewels, glassware, and even rhubarb, as well as slaves.
In this way, the Chinese people learnt about Buddhism so that by the middle of the first century C.E., a community of Chinese Buddhists was already in existence. As interest in Buddhism grew, there was a great demand for Buddhist texts to be translated from Indian languages into Chinese. 5. How did the silk roads facilitate the spread of Hinduism and
The American movie industry makes many Chinese myths into movies with American imagination and culture such as “Kungfu Panda”. They just keep Chinese images in movie and change the Chinese spirit to American heroism. They also add many Chinese elements to attract more Chinese audience because China is the biggest potential movie market for Hollywood movies, which result more and more audiences prefer to watch Hollywood acting movies rather than Chinese movies. In recent years, a Hollywood movie like “Iron Man” has a Chinese version, which adds two famous actors in the movie for Chinese audiences. Moreover, Hollywood movies are defined as “big movies” and become a fashion in China.
She was the counselor and troubleshooter of every crisis. Justinian thought big. His projects included importing silk from China and allying with Arabs and Ethiopians against Persia. He built Hagia Sophia in Constantinople to be the biggest church in the world, and then when it fell down, he built it again. He reunited most of the Mediterranean world by conquering from barbarian