The Tang Dynasty
The Tang was a ruling dynasty in China, run by the Li family, from the years 618 to 906.
Changan was the capital of the Tang, which represented the cosmopolitan city of the Tang.
Although the Tang had more influences of Budd
My first source is taken from the page ranges 290- 300, the source is about House
Instructions of Mr. Yan (Yansh Jiaxun), on page 292. Yan Zhitui (531-591), was a member of
a major leading scholarly family; his family was popular for their scholarly accom
The Europeans came to East Asia for trade and to explore the area, which was not familiar
to them. The first European country to arrive in East Asia was the Portuguese followed by the
Dutch, English and Spaniards. The states in East Asia were not bothered
Treason By The Book is about the events the take place in the Chinese government in the year
1728. In October 28, 1728 on his way to his office General Yue Zhongqi is given a letter by an
oddly dressed man, the letter is written to the Commander in chief
The Sengoku period in Japan, also called the warring states period was a time that involved
extreme military power, divisions and warlords. The problems existing in the Sengoku
period, ranged from political to social. It was a time full of blood, the warl