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HW A- China1.Sui Dynasty- (589-618CE) China regained its unity, which was present before thecollapse of the Han Dynasty. Sui emperors extended the canal system in China byapproximately 1,200 miles, connecting Northern and Southern China economically.However, Sui emperors aimlessly attacked Korea, using up the country’s resources andalienating the people, thus leading to the fall of the empire.2.Tang Dynasty(618-907 CE) Built on the same unity of the Sui dynasty, and added to theChinese culture and lives. They built a political state structure split into 6 parts:Personal,Finance, Rites, Army, Justice, and Public works.They were kept in check by the esorate,whom watched the government closely.3.Song Dynasty(960-1279) During this time period, there was an economic revolution inChina. The population increased to 120 million by 1200 C.E. This led to severalagricultural achievements, including the creation of fast ripening, drought resistant ricefrom Vietnam. The population headed towards the city, making China the most urbanizedcountry.4.Confucianism-a religion that exercised order in the society. People were supposed tohave respect for their superiors, as discussed in the Five Relations, and kept social classesalive.5.Tribute system- an established system in which nomads were able to enter a limitedChinese life.1.Why are the centuries of the Tang and Song Dynasties in China sometimes referred to asa “golden age”?
2.In what ways did women’s lives change during the Tang and Song dynasties?
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4.The growing prosperity of elite families funneled increased numbers of women into roles asconcubines, entertainers, courtesans, and prostitutes.

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