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Empires of East Asia- 600-1300AD
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This podcast explores key facts about the empires of East Asia during the period from approximately 600 to 1300 AD. The Tang and Song Dynasties with their many accomplishments, and their eventual defeat by the Mongols and establishment of the Yuan Dynasty are reviewed. The early clans in Japan and eventual Japanese feudalism remained isolated. The shogun and samurai were an important part of Japanese history. The kingdoms in Southeast Asia and Indonesia are also discussed. All of these cultures were influenced by the Chinese and Indian cultures. If you visit Bangkok today you can't miss the impact of China and India!