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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

Key Terms - week 2 -6

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13 Apr 2011
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Key terms/id i tems (explain or identify the historical meaning and significance of the following terms): Integrated with indian culture (e. g. caste s
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

Week 3 broken down; high lights

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7 Apr 2011
31
Indus civilization first indian civilization, had cities, division of labour, and administration. Vedic culture migration of south-central asian, the a
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

History of Asia

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16 Feb 2011
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

week 3 journal

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16 Apr 2011
19
Xuan zang was a chinese buddhism monk, scholar, and traveller. Buddhist monk who influenced him to join the rank of the monks. They moved to chang"an d
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

History of Asia

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16 Feb 2011
32
Rice (swamp plant) native to southeast asia, also several tropical root and tree crops in wild form. Early development of asia centred on root crops, e
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

You're welcome

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28 Jan 2011
31
Asia is named by the greeks to define land that is not theirs.  homo erectus; homo sapiens beijing man", java man".  emergence of civilization: metal
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

History of Asia

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16 Feb 2011
26
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

You're welcome

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28 Jan 2011
26
The kind of questions on final exam is likely to be similar to the discussion questions. Sanskrit (ancestor of modern european and indian language) ris
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

week 4 broken down; high lighted

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11 Apr 2011
24
Islamic and persian culture gradually became part of south and southeast asian cultures.  discriminatory policies toward hindus, heavy head tax (6%) I
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

Week 2 discussion

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16 Apr 2011
26
The relationship between hinduism and buddhism is simply that buddhism is derived from hinduism. Both religions overlap in about 90% many of its teachi
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

week 6 journal

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16 Apr 2011
27
The intan shipwreck valuables were excavated and used to explain the connection between asian countries of maritime trades. I t crashed near indonesia
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UTSCGASA01H3Liang ChenWinter

Journal Entry Week 2

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16 Apr 2011
32
2) what were the major achievements in the early stage of chinese civilization (before 300 c. e. Some of the early contributions made by both china and
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