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    Tokugawa Japan and the Ming Dynasty are both very similar. For centuries Japan and China have shared their differences through their customs and traditions, but also share commonly a few similarities.They both share a unique history whether it’s technology, uniform or how they constructed their country to what it is today. There will be comparing and contrasting between Tokugawa Japan and the Ming dynasty, which through this essay marking the key topics of government, economy and religion. Tokugawa

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    China and Japan From 1500 to 1800, China and Japan tried to politically and economically established their countries in very different ways. Japan fought war after war for a century before they changed their ways. China on the other hand slowly established a government and used education as a tool to be politically and economically strong. Japan would later do the same. China was one of the most politically and economically strong countries during 1500 – 1800. The state was identified as family

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    Memorable Year of 1931

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    China and finally the Japanese army took control of the whole region to protect their interests. As a young nationalist living in Beiping, the capital city of Manchuria at this very critical moment, I am deeply concerned of the current situation of people who is living in this region and terrified of the near future of our country. In the fall of 1931, Japanese staged an attack on the Japanese owned Manchurian railway by “Chinese bandits”. Within a short period of time, Japanese has successfully occupied

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    Japan's Invasion of Manchuria In 1931, the Japanese Kwangtung Army attacked Chinese troops in Manchuria in an event commonly known as the Manchurian Incident. Essentially, this was an attempt by the Japanese Empire to gain control over the whole province, in order to eventually encompass all of East Asia. This proved to be one of the causes of World War IIs(1). Japan modernized between 1868 and World War One. It emerged as a modern industrial economy with giant companies - zaibatsus

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    women in their spirit and fighting ability”. The Ming were very confident against the Japanese and following the Siege of Pyongyang, they had a healthy respect for Ming military technology (Swope). Some sources suggest that the initial reason for the invasion had to do with Japanese-Chinese relations. The Japanese were “formally expelled from the tributary system” of China following “violent altercations between Japanese trade embassies and locals” at a Chinese port. The desire to resume this trade via

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    When my name was Keoko The years 1910 to 1945 were very impactful to Koreans. These were the years the Japanese invaded their country. During these years, especially during the second world war, the Japanese forced their culture onto the Koreans and used them for cheap labour and their land for more resources. Linda Sue Park found the opportunity to teach a lesson to her readers using this setting in history. She created a novel named “When my name was Keoko,” and used this novel to show her readers

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    Even though none of my relatives were killed or tortured by the Japanese, I am still afraid. I am afraid that my vicarious wounds still linger inside me, affecting everything I do. I know that they destroyed our cultural and spiritual circle that we maintained for five thousand years. They just had to leave a natural trace that actually became part of us. I don't know if I should hate them. It is ignorantly and unwittingly buried deeply in our unconsciousness. Natural hatred and attraction, like

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    Today, North Korea is still in a state of war with South Korea. This prolonged war has led North Korea to pursue its nuclear weapons program, the abduction of foreign citizens, and violating the human rights of its own citizens, which the U.S., Japan, and South Korea have tried to address. In 1945, World War II officially ended and Japan lost the war. Japan was occupying the Korean peninsula until World War II ended. After World War II, the Korean peninsula become independent from Japan. The United

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    People's Republic of Korea Army (DPRK - North Korea) artillery and mortars open fire on Republic of Korea (ROK - South Korea) Army positions south of the 38th Parallel, the line then serving as the border between the two countries. The opening barrage is followed shortly by tank/infantry attacks at all points along the Parallel. At 11 a.m. North Korea announced a formal declaration of war and what is now known as "The Korean War" officially began. In this announcement North Korea claimed ROK forces

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    Korean History and Culture

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    century, encompassing more than two and a half centuries, Korea held firm to the tradition of non-reciprocity with countries other than China due to its devastating history of being invaded by neighboring countries. Such invasions included the Japanese invasions of 1592 and 1597 and the Manchu invasions of 1627 and 1636. Due to their closed borders, Korea became known as the “Hermit Kingdom” (Eunjung and Wolpin 2008). It wasn’t until 1875 that Korea had no choice but to accept foreign relations and sign

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