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The Role of Confucian Reflection in Early Poetry
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This 8 page paper discusses the role of Confucian reflection in early Chinese poetry. It touches on the similar role played by Plato in considering early Greek writing. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Role Of The "Silk Road" In The Transmission Of Buddhism To China
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20 pages in length. The legacy of the Silk Road is synonymous with Central Asia's overwhelming expansion of cultural, social, political and economic elements. That this particular stretch of throughway was established as a means by which to connect China with Europe and Western Asia illustrates the critical nature inherent to such a tremendous undertaking. Bringing such valuable commodities as precious metals and stones, glass, gold, ivory, jade, iron, furs, ceramics, bronze items and lacquer in addition to its namesake, this celebrated path brought what many contend to be the epitome of what came to represent China: the art and literature of Buddhism. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
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The Role of Women in China and India:
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This 5 page paper examines the role of women in both China and India and determines how their role has changed in recent years. Furthermore, this paper discusses the Cultural Revolution in China as a turning point for those women. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Roles of Men and Women in the Song and Qing Dynasties in China
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the distinctions between men and women in the Song and Qing Dynasties in China. The distinctions between men and women changed during the times of continuous change which existed in China between the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912). Although China experienced a great deal of wealth during the Song Dynasty and women were often involved in running family businesses in the merchant class, the prominent role of women was still one of wife and mother in the household. At this time only men were literate, educated and allowed to own land. In addition, men introduced the practice of foot-binding of women to show their wealth and status. The practice of foot-binding of women was one of the first practices forbidden by the Manchurians during their leadership in the Qing Dynasty. In the latter Qing Dynasty, the dynamics changed again with the influences of the West in trade. During the latter Qing Dynasty, women from the upper classes became literate and educated and over 3,500 women published their writings during this period. Despite the increasing status of women in Chinese society however, most women were still restricted to writing about their traditional roles as wives and mothers as men still held dominated the system. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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