During the 13th century, Genghis Khan, originally Temujin, was the greatest of people in China and in the history of China who’s changed the country. He took over the title Universal Ruler after his adapted father, Ong Khan. He improved his militaries and wrote many things such as laws – no woman would have forced into marriage; returned lost animals back to owners; illegal to take lost property without permission as considered as thief and capital offense. He created official seals, supreme office of the law in which was responsible to collect and preserve all judicial decisions to see courts or cases that charged with wrongdoing and make punishments, and an order that would strength his realm and improve his ability to expand its territory. He cooperated with the Uyghurs as alliance to the Silk Road and to the wealth. (Smitha, 2015). The Silk Road was trade routes across the Asian continent that connected East, South, and Western Asia with the Mediterranean world. Its purposes were to trade between ancient empires of China, India, Persia & Rome to exchange culture, dialogue, art, religion, ideas and technology. (OrexCA.com, 2012). Genghis Khan won the battle with Tangut and took control of Tangut empire and Mongols. In 1210, Jurchen emperor recognized the awareness of Genghis Khan and discussed the deal with him about the goods in the Silk Road. They ended up the war for 6 years, later Khan’s armies and Mongols defeated the Jurchen’s armies and recognized by the Jurchen emperor to give authority and agreed to pay tribute. After fighting with Jurchen, Khan returned to Mongolia and their Mongols has become engineers, musicians, translators, doctors and scribes, camels and wagonloads of goods. These goods were silk, silken rope,...
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...aditionalism, which sought to completely reject any import of Western culture and to strengthen the country through reform-within-tradition and cultural revival; and the idea of adopting technology from the Western, which was to preserved the essence of Chinese civilization. (Asia for Educators, 2009). Before the revolution in 1949, some Chinese people tried to form the Chinese Communist Party that based on Marxism, it promoted revolution and established rural vases and began mobilizing farmers. After WWII in 1945, the Communists tried to obtain the rights of China’s political and economic development and reestablish China’s position in the world. (Asia for Educators, 2009). During the revolution, Chinese people has finalized stood up and as People’s Republic when Mao Zedong declared in October 1949. China became the largest communist in the world. (Lascelles, 2014).
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