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External Influences

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The Impact of "Outsiders" on China's Imperial Past


I. Brief Revisit to Class 1: Cultural Traditions


      A. "Wu-Wen" amalgam: "stability maintenance"


     B. Gender inequality: bound feet


     C. Justice and Law: Judge Dee the magistrate


     D. Daoism: "You Are What You Eat"


II. Class 2 Focus: Outside influences and their impact on Chinese society


      A. Buddhism (1st century CE and on, brought from India)


     B. The Mongols (Yuan dynasty, 1279-1367)


     C. Chinese Trade (Silk Roads and Ming Voyages)


     D. The Manchus, Western and Japanese Imperialists, and the Fall of Imperial China (1644-1912)



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