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Ap world China,Korea,Japan
Korean geography can be compared to th…
Which Korean kingdom helped the Yamato…
What is the longest dynasty in Korean…
Compared to a Chinese nobleman, a peas…
Ancient Greece, both have intersecting and continuous mountai…
The Paekche/Baekje, this kingdom (Pachu)
Choson dynasty.
Different in that the peasant has a greater dependence on lan…
Korean geography can be compared to th…
Ancient Greece, both have intersecting and continuous mountai…
Which Korean kingdom helped the Yamato…
The Paekche/Baekje, this kingdom (Pachu)
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!Korea, Vietnam- AP World History
Sinification
Korea
Japan
Vietnam
Term used for the spread of Chinese culture.
Korea, impressed by the political and economic success of Tan…
Sinification occurred largely voluntarily here. It initially…
During the Tang Dynasties, Chinese armies marched into this n…
Sinification
Term used for the spread of Chinese culture.
Korea
Korea, impressed by the political and economic success of Tan…
28 terms
Ap world Japan,Korea,Vietnam
Taika Reforms
Heian Period
Kami
Bushi
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
(794 - 1100) move the capital to Heian; 300 years of developi…
Japanese suicide pilots who loaded their planes with explosiv…
"the way of the warrior"; Japanese word for the Samurai life…
Taika Reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Heian Period
(794 - 1100) move the capital to Heian; 300 years of developi…
AP World Unit 3 Korea
What was one of the major weaknesses o…
Where was Korea located?
How did Korea support their population?
What was the religion of Korea and how…
Military
Peninsula near Yellow Sea (separated from China/Japan)
Fishing and farming
Buddhism, through Sinification
What was one of the major weaknesses o…
Military
Where was Korea located?
Peninsula near Yellow Sea (separated from China/Japan)
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AP World Post Classical: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid-9th century; had exceptio…
Regional warrior leaders; ruled small kingdoms from fortresse…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
AP world Ch 13 Japan, Korea, Vietnam
Taika reforms
Heian era
The Tale of Genji
Fujiwara shogunate
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese s…
The last period of Classical Japanese 794-1185
Written by lady murasaki; first novel in any language; relate…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid 9th century; exercised ex…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese s…
Heian era
The last period of Classical Japanese 794-1185
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AP World History Ch 13: Korea, Vietnam, and Japan
korea
Buddhism and Confucianism
Korea and japan
Choson
which country was influenced by China the most
which two religions spread into all three regions from China
which two regions were more isolated and were less involved i…
what was the first Korean state that was a organized by 2nd c…
korea
which country was influenced by China the most
Buddhism and Confucianism
which two religions spread into all three regions from China
AP World History Chapter 13: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika reforms
Heian Era
The Tale of Genji
Fujiwara Shogunate
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Named after the capital city Heian (est. 794); culture "soare…
Written by Lady Murasaki; the first novel written in any lang…
An aristocratic family during the mid-9th century that exerci…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Heian Era
Named after the capital city Heian (est. 794); culture "soare…
AP world americas, fuedalism, Korea/Vietnam quiz
Domination of nearby states with a pro…
lacked a writing system
through conquests and aliances , built…
made up of diverse people
incas and aztecs
incas
aztecs
aztecs and incas
Domination of nearby states with a pro…
incas and aztecs
lacked a writing system
incas
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AP WORLD China and East Asia: Korea, Vietnam and Japan
Korea
Silia dynasty
Tang dynasty
Tributary relationship
From Siberia, spread Chinese culture, either aristocratic or…
South Korea, longest dynasty
North Korea
People pay you for not invading
Korea
From Siberia, spread Chinese culture, either aristocratic or…
Silia dynasty
South Korea, longest dynasty
8 terms
AP World History: Chapter 14: China, Korea,Japan (Part 4)
After the Silla kingdom of Korea accep…
What was one of the many ways that Kor…
What was one area that the Silla did n…
Chinese relations with Vietnam where f…
They began to copy China in many wasy
they built a new capital copying China's style
a bureaucracy based on merits
after needing stiff resistance and the tang emperor eventuall…
After the Silla kingdom of Korea accep…
They began to copy China in many wasy
What was one of the many ways that Kor…
they built a new capital copying China's style
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AP World History: Chapter 14: China, Korea,Japan (Part 2)
How long did the Song dynasty last?
Who did the Song dynasty mistrust?
What did the Song dynasty place emphas…
Who was the first Song emperor?
960-1279 C.E
Military leaders
industry, education, and the arts.
Song Taizu
How long did the Song dynasty last?
960-1279 C.E
Who did the Song dynasty mistrust?
Military leaders
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AP World Chapters 12 and 13: China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam
When do satellites JP, K, and V become…
Dynasty that initially briefly conquer…
When does V get independence
Where is fast-growing rice from?
When China is involved in civil disruption
Han
900s, until French in 1800s
Vietnam
When do satellites JP, K, and V become…
When China is involved in civil disruption
Dynasty that initially briefly conquer…
Han
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AP World History: Chapter 14: China, Korea,Japan (Part 1)
What occurred in 7th century C.E?
What was the name of the Buddhist monk…
Where did Xuanzang travel to?
What was Xuanzang searching for?
A Chinese emperor forbid his people from traveling beyond the…
Xuanzang
10,000 miles to west
Buddhist text
What occurred in 7th century C.E?
A Chinese emperor forbid his people from traveling beyond the…
What was the name of the Buddhist monk…
Xuanzang
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Ch.13 AP World History (The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam)
The Tale of Genji
Kinkakuji
Nara
Taika
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
Along with Heian, capital of the Yamato emperors; patterned a…
The reforms enacted in 646 that intended to thoroughly incorp…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
Kinkakuji
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
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AP World History: Ch. 14 The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, Pt. 1
Taika reforms
Kami
Heian
Tale of Genji
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Natural deities of Japan.
New capital established in 794 that forbade Buddhist to build…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Kami
Natural deities of Japan.
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AP World History: Ch. 14 The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, Pt. 2
Choson
Koguryo
Silla
Paekche
Earliest Korean kingdom; conquered by Han in 109 BCE
Tribal people of northern Korea; established an independent k…
Korean kingdom in southeast; became a vassal of the Tang and…
Independent Korean kingdom in southwestern part of peninsula;…
Choson
Earliest Korean kingdom; conquered by Han in 109 BCE
Koguryo
Tribal people of northern Korea; established an independent k…
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AP World History: Chapter 14: China, Korea,Japan (Part 3)
Because trade grew rapidly during the…
How was paper money created?
How was paper money printed?
When did the government print its firs…
A shortage of copper coins that served as money
The shortage of copper coins led to another form of money,.
At first private patients made them but then the government r…
1024
Because trade grew rapidly during the…
A shortage of copper coins that served as money
How was paper money created?
The shortage of copper coins led to another form of money,.
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AP World History: Chapter 14: China, Korea,Japan (Part 5)
what was the connection between China…
Who where the earliest inhabitants of…
what occurred during the Tang dynasty?
What did the Aristocratic clan do?
China never invaded Japan but they strongly influenced it
Nomadic people from North East Asia who migrated to Japan 35,…
One of the aristocratic clans in Japan insisted their dominan…
claimed authority and introduced the clans to central governm…
what was the connection between China…
China never invaded Japan but they strongly influenced it
Who where the earliest inhabitants of…
Nomadic people from North East Asia who migrated to Japan 35,…
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China, Japan, Vietnam, and Korea - Pre AP World History
8000 BC
3000 BC
1300 BC
6th Century BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
Beginnings of Bronze Age and early civilizations
Iron age
Life of Buddha, Confucius, Laozi (beginnings of Buddhism, Con…
8000 BC
Beginnings of agriculture
3000 BC
Beginnings of Bronze Age and early civilizations
45 terms
AP World History: China, Japan, Korea,Viet Nam, and Islam
What was the period of political disor…
What was the primary reform enacted du…
What led to the downfall of the Sui dy…
Describe the Chinese bureaucracy
Era of Division
granaries to relieve the threat of famine
unsuccessful military expeditions and raised taxes because of…
birth and family connections important in securing high office
What was the period of political disor…
Era of Division
What was the primary reform enacted du…
granaries to relieve the threat of famine
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AP World History: Ch. 14 The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, Pt. 2
Choson
Koguryo
Silla
Paekche
Earliest Korean kingdom; conquered by Han in 109 BCE
Tribal people of northern Korea; established an independent k…
Korean kingdom in southeast; became a vassal of the Tang and…
Independent Korean kingdom in southwestern part of peninsula;…
Choson
Earliest Korean kingdom; conquered by Han in 109 BCE
Koguryo
Tribal people of northern Korea; established an independent k…
53 terms
Ch.13 AP World History (The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam)
The Tale of Genji
Kinkakuji
Nara
Taika
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
Along with Heian, capital of the Yamato emperors; patterned a…
The reforms enacted in 646 that intended to thoroughly incorp…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
Kinkakuji
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
17 terms
AP World History: Ch. 14 The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, Pt. 1
Taika reforms
Kami
Heian
Tale of Genji
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Natural deities of Japan.
New capital established in 794 that forbade Buddhist to build…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Kami
Natural deities of Japan.
AP World: Chapter 13- Japan, Korea, and Vietnam (Key Terms)
Taika Reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara Shogunate
Bushi
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
Regional warrior leaders in Japan; ruled small kingdoms from…
Taika Reforms
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Ap world hist chapter 13 Japan, Korea, Vietnam
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji, The
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Written by Lady Muraski; first novel in any written language;…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid-9th century; exercised ex…
Regional warrior leaders in Japan;ruled small kingdoms from f…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Tale of Genji, The
Written by Lady Muraski; first novel in any written language;…
AP Korea
Tanggun wanggeom
Baekje... Silla... Goguryeo
Dae joeyong
Wang geon
Nagtatag ng Gojoseon
Tatlong kaharian
Nagtatag ng Balhae
Naging hari ng koryo
Tanggun wanggeom
Nagtatag ng Gojoseon
Baekje... Silla... Goguryeo
Tatlong kaharian
53 terms
Ch.13 AP World History (The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam)
The Tale of Genji
Kinkakuji
Nara
Taika
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
Along with Heian, capital of the Yamato emperors; patterned a…
The reforms enacted in 646 that intended to thoroughly incorp…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
Kinkakuji
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
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AP World History: Chapter 11 Early Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Japan's 4 main islands
Japan's Geography
Yayoi Culture
Uji
Hokkaido (N), Honshu (C), Kyushu and Shikoku (SW)
Mountainous (are of volcanic origin- fertile good for agricul…
-Mixture of Jomon people (ancestors) and new arrivals who bro…
-Clans within the Yayoi people... -Each ruled by a hereditary ch…
Japan's 4 main islands
Hokkaido (N), Honshu (C), Kyushu and Shikoku (SW)
Japan's Geography
Mountainous (are of volcanic origin- fertile good for agricul…
AP World History: Chapter 13: The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika reforms
Heian
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Heian
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
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AP World History Ch 14 ~ The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika Reforms
Tale of Genji
Samurai
Bakufu
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mounted troops of the bushi; loyal to local lords, not the em…
military government established by the Minamoto after the Gem…
Taika Reforms
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
Tale of Genji
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
53 terms
Ch.13 AP World History (The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam)
The Tale of Genji
Kinkakuji
Nara
Taika
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
Along with Heian, capital of the Yamato emperors; patterned a…
The reforms enacted in 646 that intended to thoroughly incorp…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
Kinkakuji
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
53 terms
Ch.13 AP World History (The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam)
The Tale of Genji
Kinkakuji
Nara
Taika
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
Along with Heian, capital of the Yamato emperors; patterned a…
The reforms enacted in 646 that intended to thoroughly incorp…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
Kinkakuji
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
26 terms
AP World History Chapter 13 The Spread of Chinese Civilizations: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika Reforms
The Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; relate…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid-9th century; exercised ex…
Regional warrior leaders of Japan;ruled small kingdoms from f…
Taika Reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; relate…
93 terms
AP World History Ch 13 ~ The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika Reforms
Tale of Genji
Samurai
Bakufu
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mounted troops of the bushi; loyal to local lords, not the em…
military government established by the Minamoto after the Gem…
Taika Reforms
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
Tale of Genji
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
5 terms
AP Art History Korea/Japan
Portrait of Sin Sukju
Yakushi Triad
Night Attack on the Sanjo Palace
Portrait Statue of a Priest
15th century CE, ink and color on silk hanging scroll (only K…
8th century CE, bronze
13th century CE, hand scroll, ink and color on paper
13th century CE, painted wood
Portrait of Sin Sukju
15th century CE, ink and color on silk hanging scroll (only K…
Yakushi Triad
8th century CE, bronze
AP World History Chapter 13- Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Why has China been a premier civilizat…
When did Japan's contact with China pe…
What is Japan's native religion? What…
In 646, what did the Taika reforms try…
bed of technological innovation, model for social, military,…
Peaked 7th and 8th century... Major part of the Agarian base
Native religion is Shintoism. ... Played an important role- Budd…
tried to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese…
Why has China been a premier civilizat…
bed of technological innovation, model for social, military,…
When did Japan's contact with China pe…
Peaked 7th and 8th century... Major part of the Agarian base
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Korea's World Heritage Sites
Haeinsa Temple
Seokguram Grotto
Changdeok Palace
Jongmyo Shrine
Haeinsa: Korean temple famous for being the home of important…
Also known as "Stone Buddha Temple", Seokguram is celebrated…
Changdeok: Home and most favored palace of Confucian kings an…
Jongmyo: One of the longest wooden buildings in Asia and the…
Haeinsa Temple
Haeinsa: Korean temple famous for being the home of important…
Seokguram Grotto
Also known as "Stone Buddha Temple", Seokguram is celebrated…
AP World History: Chapter 13: The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika reforms
Heian
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Heian
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
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AP World History- Unit 4 East Asian Stability Meets Foreign Traders (China, Japan, Korea)
Macau
Jesuits
Kanxi Dictionary
"Collection of Books"
Area in South China where Jesuits impressed Chinese with thei…
Christian religious order
Standard Chinese dictionary
Comparable to "Encyclopedia"
Macau
Area in South China where Jesuits impressed Chinese with thei…
Jesuits
Christian religious order
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AP World History Chapter 13:The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika reforms
Fujiwara
Bushi
Samurai
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid 9th century, exercised ex…
Regional warrior leaders in Japan, ruled small kingdoms from…
Mounted troops of the Bushi, loyal to local lords, not the em…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Fujiwara
Japanese aristocratic family in mid 9th century, exercised ex…
93 terms
AP World History Ch 13 ~ The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika Reforms
Tale of Genji
Samurai
Bakufu
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mounted troops of the bushi; loyal to local lords, not the em…
military government established by the Minamoto after the Gem…
Taika Reforms
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
Tale of Genji
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
53 terms
Ch.13 AP World History (The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam)
The Tale of Genji
Kinkakuji
Nara
Taika
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
Along with Heian, capital of the Yamato emperors; patterned a…
The reforms enacted in 646 that intended to thoroughly incorp…
The Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any languange; relat…
Kinkakuji
The Golden Temple built by Ahikaga Yoshimitsu, built on a sma…
46 terms
World: Vietnam and Korea
Japanese imperialism
1950 to 1953
Truman
38th parallel
when Japan had rule of Korea
when the Korean War took place
US president during Korean War
The DMZ where North and South Korea were split... made to keep p…
Japanese imperialism
when Japan had rule of Korea
1950 to 1953
when the Korean War took place
93 terms
AP World History Ch 13 ~ The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika Reforms
Tale of Genji
Samurai
Bakufu
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mounted troops of the bushi; loyal to local lords, not the em…
military government established by the Minamoto after the Gem…
Taika Reforms
the attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist…
Tale of Genji
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
128 terms
World history Japan and Korea
Japan is a mountanious______
Only____% of land can be farmed.
The soil of Japan is
Japan is prone to
Archipelago
11
Rich volcanic soil
Earth quakes
Japan is a mountanious______
Archipelago
Only____% of land can be farmed.
11
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World China/Korea Test
Counter-revolutionary
Chiang Kai-shek
Kuomintang/KMT/Nationalist
Mao Tse-Dung
anyone who opposes a revolution
Chinese military and political leader who served as leader fr…
The Chinese nationalist party founded by Sun Yat-sen. After t…
Led the cultural revolution by putting power into the youth's…
Counter-revolutionary
anyone who opposes a revolution
Chiang Kai-shek
Chinese military and political leader who served as leader fr…
26 terms
AP World History | Chapter 14 | The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji, The
Fujiwara
bushi
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; relate…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid-19th century; exercised e…
Regional warrior leaders in Japan; ruled small kingdoms from…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Tale of Genji, The
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; relate…
AP Exam-Korea
What was the earliest known Korean kin…
After the Tang Chinese & Silla Koreans…
Who were the dominant peoples in Korea…
What are 3 ways Korean rulers displaye…
-Kingdom was the Chosen... -Conquered by the Han
Conflict over how to divide the land
North-Koguryo... South-Silla and Paekche
Excepting of Buddhism, adaptation of Chinese writing (Japan a…
What was the earliest known Korean kin…
-Kingdom was the Chosen... -Conquered by the Han
After the Tang Chinese & Silla Koreans…
Conflict over how to divide the land
24 terms
World history Japan and Korea
archipelago
Yamoto clan
Prince Shotoky Taihi
Samurai
a series of islands
the ruler of this clan achieved supremacy and became the rule…
tried to unify the clans to resist Chinese invasions. Created…
means "those who serve" they protected property and took just…
archipelago
a series of islands
Yamoto clan
the ruler of this clan achieved supremacy and became the rule…
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