How did Tang Dynasty of China dominate East and Central Asia?

How did Tang Dynasty of China dominate East and Central Asia?

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  1. Very awesome and amazing information about the Tang dynasty. Even though they suffered a horrible defeat they were still considered admirable in the Golden age of China.

  2. Actually, during the most prosperous period of Tang, a bunch of coups was cropped up in palaces, which caused the members of imperial family declined.

  3. May the day come when China, as a Japanese, becomes a subordinate country of the Japanese Empire again and independents the minority of China… 🙏🙏🙏🙏 🇭🇰🇲🇴🇹🇼

  4. FYI: that commander led the battle in talas was a Korean. It’s very common in this time that foreigners were be able to take roles in the imperial court. Tai zong even had Ashina She’er, a surrendered Turkic Khan to guard his palace, without fearing the former khan will assassinate him. His confidence, open mind, and inclusive character truly made him one of the most outstanding emperors.

  5. I've been hooked on Chinese history ever since my first exposure to Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Every era is interesting!

  6. The more birth the more death the more tang that is why the Tang dynasty dominate the east because the East had too many birth

  7. Anyone interesting Tang era history and culture should check out the TV series "Longest Day In Chang'an". Its sort of like a 24 style action thriller set in the Tang capital Chang'an. It has been described as one of the most historically accurate TV dramas made in China and boasts of the largest production budgets for TV shows. Free to watch on Youtube with English subs: https://youtu.be/JwCpTmgF2Nc

  8. A correction. You mentioned Manchuria, but at that time there was no Manchuria. Manchuria was created by the japanese in the 19th century in an attempt to divide China. Manchuria means the place of the Manchu. The word “Manchu” was created by the Qing emperor to call themselves Manchu instead of Jurchen. Before the Qing dynasty, there was no Manchu people, but these people were called Jurchen.

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