4.Under the Silla, their capital at Kumsong copied the Tang capital. Both the royal family and the Korean elite supported Buddhism. While Korean borrowing from China was heavy, in the areas of _______ and ________, they exceeded their teachers.6.Periodic popular revolts were successful only in weakening the Silla and Koryo monarchies. The Mongol invasion in 1231 began a period of strife, ending with the founding of the ____ dynasty in 1392. Between China and Southeast Asia: The Making of Vietnam1.The early history of the _____ people is little known. Early Chinese raids into Vietnam in the 220’s BCE increased trade. Inter marriage with Mon-Khmer and Tai language groups furthered the development of a distinct Vietnamese ethnicity. Many early traditions separated them from the Chinese, such as thenuclear _______ pattern and greater ______ for women. 3.In spite of Chinese expectations, the Viets never became assimilated to Chinese culture. Indeed, a culture of anti-Chinese resistance developed. The rising of the ______ sisters in 39 C.E. underlined the continuing prominent role of the Vietnamese women.4.Continuing Chinese influence in Vietnam depended on overcoming physical barriers, and on the competence of Chinese rulers. Following the fall of the Tang, the Vietnamese ______ themselves completely by 939.