What is is one thing that you have learned about East Asia while working on your East Asia project? Give specific examples.
I learned that Siddhartha Gautama was the founder of Buddhism.
i learned about the silk road , and alot about the history of the tang dynasty and when it started and ended
I learned that East Asia is 15% bigger, in size, than Europe
i learned that the Japanese culture resembles Europe, only with differnet beliefs. They both had castles, structured feudal system, and different kingdoms.
mine is on the shinto relgion i have learned alot on that religon and how it started
i have learned that there are many things you have to practice during buddhism.
i learned about the history of east asia ....
i learned that the sui dynasty only lasted 38 years
China was the most advanced place in the world. Marco Polo (1254-1324) recognized this when he got to China in the late 13th
century after traveling through much of Asia.
i learned about they was many different buddhism
I learned that the holy text of confucianism holy text is called Analects. It only contains twenty chapters.
i learned that the sui dynasty had a river.
More than 1.5 billion people, about 38% of the population of Asia or 22% of all the people in the world, live in East Asia.
East Asia is 15% bigger, in size, than Europe
I've learned alot about both the Tang and Song dynasties including the silk road,art, when it started and ended, transportation, religon and lastly religon.
I learned that the song dyansty had many inventions
I learned Confucianism is a complex system of moral, social, political, philosophical, and quasi-religious thought that has had tremendous influence on the culture and history of East Asia
I learned that Confucius was appalled by what appeared to be the fracturing of chinese society. Confucianism teaches that there is a natural social order to society which can best be explained through the five relationships.
While Asian Americans make up only 4% of the U.S. population, Asian-American students make up a much higher percentage of student bodies in top universities around the country.