Early contact with neighboring countries

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Early contact with neighboring countries

  1. 1. During the more than 300 years of Spain's colonization, Spanish authorities in the Philippine had successfully cleared through burning or burying written records and other documentaries that would establish proof of governance on the various existing small kingdoms and sultanates they subdued.
  2. 2. Laguna Copperplate Inscription (LCI)  Discovered in Laguna on 1989  Created on year 990AD
  3. 3. Boxer Codex Written on 1595, Illustrated by a Chinese Pre-colonial Inhabitants in the Philippines
  4. 4. The Spaniards aren't the first Europeans to arrive in Philippines  The Tartaro people are Ethnic Groups that came from Asia and Europe.
  5. 5. Chinese in the Philippines  Started during the T'ang Dynasty(617-907)AD  The Peak of Trade was during the Ming Dynasty(1368-1664)AD  They reached different parts of the country using a JUNK.  Trades include Gold, Silk, Porcelains, Gongs, Umbrella, etc..  Trading per area only lasts for about 5 days.
  6. 6. Hindus in the Philippines  Relations started around 800AD  The Relationship was based purely on commerce.  Early Trades include Images that are made from Brass, Gold and Clay.
  7. 7. Japanese in the Philippines  Trade started during the 12th Century AD  Trades include Gold and Pearls.  Introduced Pottery, Fish breeding and Duck breeding to the Filipinos.
  8. 8. Malay in the Philippines  Arrived during 200BC in their Balangays  Introduced Irrigation, forging and manufacturing of metal tools, art of weaving etc .
  9. 9. Early Trades
  10. 10. Economic and Cultural Exchanges
  11. 11. Chinese Influence
  12. 12. Hindu Influence
  13. 13. Japanese Influence
  14. 14. Malayan Influence

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