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The east asian world


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The east asian world

  1. 1. The East Asian World• From Ming to Qing -First contacts with the West -Portuguese arrive in 1514 -Christian missionaries in China• Greatness of the Qing -Reign of Kangxi (1661-1772) -Reign of Qianlong (1736-1795) -Qing politics -Dyarchy: shared administrative powers between the Chinese and Manchus
  2. 2. Changing China• The population explosion -role of climatic change and nomads -70 million in 1390; 300 million in 1800• Seeds of industrialization -growth of manufacturing and production -long era of peace brings commerce networks;interstate and international trade• Daily life in Qing China -the family: labor intensive society, cultivation of rice -Emperor Kangxi Sacred Edict: -filial piety and loyalty to family -role of women: legal status to hold property?
  3. 3. Chinese Cultural Developments• Rise of the Chinese novel -major departure in the form of literature -popular in middle class urban areas -The Golden Lotus: an exposé of the decadentaspects of late Ming society• Art of the Ming and Qing -technical perfection and breathtaking quantity -Architecture: Imperial City in Beijing -decorative arts: carved lacquerware/enamelwork
  4. 4. Imperial City in Beijing
  5. 5. Tokugawa Japan• The Three Great Unifiers -what differences can we find in them?• Opening to the West -expulsion of the Christians -role of Jesuits in Japan?• The Tokugawa “Great Peace” -Daimyo & Samurai -Seeds of Capitalism -land problems in the late Tokugawa period• The Tokugawa village and culture -the role of women: comparisons to Qing China? -literature of the new middle class
  6. 6. Festival in the Pleasure District of Kyoto
  7. 7. The Tokaido Road
  8. 8. 53 stations of the Tokaido Road