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What were the major influences on beliefs in Japan? They had similar cultural and political ideas such as language, religion (Buddhism and Confucianism), taught Buddhism and Confucianism doctrines. 300 CE-600 CE: Contact with India; spread of Buddhism : 570 CE : Ly Phat Tu (Son of the Buddha) establishes local power : 600-1000: 617 CE : Tang dynasty established in China; later sets up Protectorate of An Nan ("Annam" in Vietnamese) 939 CE What were some changes Prince Shotoku Taishi make to erase Japan's teachings in Japan? The collapse of the Han dynasty in China opened the door to the spread and appeal of Buddhism into China, since the Confucian authority was no longer centralized. %PDF-1.3
... 1450. Print; Main. The Korean bureaucracy is more powerful than the Chinese bureaucracy because they can stop the Chinese reforms from taking place in Korea. Buddhism, Confucianism, Shamanism and High Degree of Syncretism. Buddhism, Confucianism, Shinto and High Degree of Syncretism. There they built a capital with Chinese styled buildings. The women did not do polygyny (the practice of having more than one wife). They traded tortoise shells, ivory, peacock feathers, and pearls in exchange for Chinese silk. What were similarities between China and Korea? Their reaction is to become the "hermit kingdom" because of its resistance to European influences. In the Western Roman Empire, the fall of the west left a power vacuum that set the stage for the rise of fragmented regional kingdoms. The end of the twelfth century til late sixteenth century. What caused the downfall in the Heian courts? What were the major influences on beliefs in Korea? Preceded by Southern and Northern Dynasties, unified China for the first time after over a century of north-south division.Founded by Emperor Wen of Sui, the Sui Dynasty capital was at Chang’an. They used guerrilla warfare and put sharp logs in the harbor so that when it was high tide ships could go in and when it was low tide they would get trapped and could be shot at from land. They did this so that Korea could have Chinese valuable exports that they would never have. It did not work like the Chinese bureaucracy because the Vietnamese have more allegiance to the village peasants rather than the emperor.