09 Japan and Southeast Asia

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Japan and Southeast Asia Japan and Southeast Asia Dutch woodcut of Malacca from 1726 Samurai Tokugawa Ieyasu (r. 1603-1868)
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Collected works of Yi Munsun Printed with metal movable  Type, c. 1241 Iron-clad warship Korea Under the Yi Dynasty (1392-1910) Medieval and early modern Korea borrowed  heavily from Chinese culture and institutions and built their own unique state * Writing * Confucianism * Political system  Causes of Korean Isolationism Japanese Invasion  1592 Manchu Invasions 1627 & 1637
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Japan: Interaction and Isolation Japan: Interaction and Isolation O'er the wide, wide sea, Towards its many distant isles, Rowing I set forth. This, to all the world proclaim, O ye boats of fisher-folk! Cultural Borrowing 1) Rice cultivation 2) Metallurgy 3) Writing 4) Coinage 5) Buddhism 6) Model of a bureaucratic state “The Great Wave” c. 1831
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Emperors and Shoguns Emperors and Shoguns Japan was “
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