Chinese dynasties, Yuan, Ming, Ging, China
Yuan dynasty as established by Genghis Khan and his sons. They ruled between 1279 and 1368 after conquering the western Xia ,central Asia and Hexi Corridor .The defeat of these dynasties gave them a strong base since they acquired the tools, techniques, Experience and the man power they required to defeat the strong army of Jin , Dali as well as song dynasty.
[...] CHINESE DYNASTIES Yuan Dynasty Yuan dynasty as established by Genghis Khan and his sons. They ruled between 1279 and 1368 after conquering the western Xia ,central Asia and Hexi Corridor .The defeat of these dynasties gave them a strong base since they acquired the tools, techniques, Experience and the man power they required to defeat the strong army of Jin , Dali as well as song dynasty. Characteristics of Yuan Dynasty Trade: Agricultural products mainly sorghum, cotton, ceramics and textiles were exchanged with oversees products which horses, medicines, carpets and food spices In order to support the kingdom Fighting skills: They trained their troops on how to fight using various methods both traditional and modern in which they could fight riding on horseback and using modern fighting tools. [...]
[...] The form of government they adopted was almost the same as Ming dynasty apart from minor changes. Characteristics of the Qing Dynasty: Parallel positions; All positions in the government were held by two official one from Manchu and the other a Chinese but Manchus being slightly more authoritative (Chris). Military organization: The mode of troop organizations was termed to be among the best with troops under various forms of banners but all of them reporting to the emperor and to whom they were extremely loyal to Tribalism and Discrimination; They discouraged intermarriage between foreigners and natives. [...]
[...] Changes were effected on dress s code with Chinese men expected to shave and wear manchus attire with ladies expected not to bind legs Trade: Qing emperor too depended on trade of tea and silk with Britain who imported opium, which led to quite a large number of people utilizing their land for opium production. The opium trade brought huge debt to the country and war with Britain, which came to known The Opium War (Chris). Internal rebellion: Same to other dynasties Qing dynasty was faced with challenge of uprisings, which were increased, by foreigners mostly Japanese aggression and Russia, which led to signing of china/Russia border treaty that allowed trade. All this wrangles further weakened the economy. [...]
[...] THE MING DYNASTY Zhu Yuanzhang established Ming dynasty in 1368. The reason for this was the rebellion against the yuan dynast, which is said to have brought great famine, drought, flooding, bubonic plague among other natural disasters. This was as a result of what was believed as loosing mandate of heaven The Ming dynasty Characters Trade; As a way of supporting this dynasty free trade was encouraged majorly with European with which the merchant class and the peasant farmers became very rich, got the education, and entered into government. [...]
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