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South East Asia--- pd.4

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  • 1. South East Asia
    • S.M. I.G. C.R. pd. 4
  • 2.
    • Southeast Asia lies between the Indian and Pacific Oceans and stretches from Asia almost to Australia.
    • Its main parts are: the mainland peninsula and the islands.
    • Southeast Asia has never been united politically or culturally
    • Key to political power: powerful trade routes
    • Two important waterways: the Strait of Malacca, and the Sunda Strait
    C.R.
  • 3.
    • Indian Influence:
    • Hinduism and Buddhism was spread throughout Southeast Asia
    • Kingdoms were modeled with Indian political ideas.
    • Hindu practices were adopted by the people
    • Long poems were written in Sanskrit, the ancient Indian language
    • Chinese Influence:
    • ideas and culture spread with the help of migration and trade
    • Exerted political influence over parts of the mainland
    • Chinese monks were able to study in Palembang, on the island Sumatra
    C.R.
  • 4. Geography and Climate Of Korea I.G.
    • The Korean Peninsula, located in Northeast Asia and is bordered north by both Russia and China. The Peninsula extends outwards southeast ward towards Japan.           
    • Korea has four seasons as does the United States. In late March spring begins with rainfall at times in a light drizzle until May, The summer is hot, rainy, and humid. The monsoon season begins in late June with the heaviest rain being in July. Autumn is from the end of September to November with dry weather as air blows from the north. The autumn leaves are beautiful. The winter weather is cold with some rain or snow
    • Like its neighbor Japan it has very rugged features and only a limited portion of the Korean Peninsula can be farmed.    
    • Because of Koreas natural barriers it is somewhat isolated from its neighbors.
  • 5.
    • Of all the people of Southwest Asia the Vietnamese were the least influenced by India.
    • Located just south of China, the Vietnamese fell under Chinese control around 100 B.C. During the mighty Han Dynasty and Vietnam remained under Chinese control for 1,000 years.
    • Vietnam broke free from China in the 900s when the Tang Dynasty grew weaker.
    • One thing that was passed on from India to the Vietnamese was Buddhism. The Vietnamese however strived to keep their own cultural identity, and independence.
    Vietnam This is a picture of General Ngo Quyen, he defeated the Chinese at the battle of Dach Bang. I.G.
  • 6. The Khmer Empire
    • The Khmer Empire was in what’s now present day Cambodia.
    • The kingdom, Funan, had control of sea trade.
    • Why was Funan successful?
    • (Technology): They had very advanced irrigation systems. This allowed for multiple crops to be grown at once.
    • (Achievements): The Angkor Wat is enormous and was made for Vishnu, a Hindu god, and used as an observatory.
    S.M. The Angkor Wat symbolized a mountain.
  • 7. Island Trading Kingdoms
    • The Island Java came under Saliendra rule.
    What is this monument? - A Buddhist temple called Borobudur in Java. This Buddhist temple shows that Indian influence was heavy. S.M.
  • 8.
    • Korean artists made beautiful celadon pottery
    • The first national history of Korea was written by writers and scholars
    • For printing the entire canon of Buddhist scriptures, Korean printers carved thousands of large wooden blocks
    C.R.
  • 9. The Koryu Dynasty
    • This Dynasty lasted from 935 to 1392.
    • Modeled Its government after China’s and used the Confucian civil service examination. Sons of nobles received the best positions despite these exams.
    • The Koryu Dynasty was Sharply divided between Aristocrat’s and the commoners.
    • Nobles began to build huge estates that left the rest of society in a struggle which led to rebellion.
    • The Mongols swept into Korea and demanded tribute. This lasted until the 1350s when the Mongol Empire collapsed. The taxation of the people led to revolts and in 1392 the end of the Koryu Dynasty.
    I.G.
  • 10. Works Cited
    • (Borobudur picture) www.carlchapman.com/photogallery/images/0027.jpg
    • (Angkor Wat picture) http://www.wayfaring.info/images/Angkor_Wat_view.gif
    • World History Patterns of Interaction. McDougal Little Inc. 1999.