Developmentsin eastern Asia are known to have started at a very early stage ofthe human life. It has continued prospering as time goes on. Chinahas developed over time until Han Dynasty collapsed in 221. For overseven centuries later, it combined it’s practiced economic,political and social changes. The dynasties created at that time wereSui, Song and Tang (Duiker & Spielvogel, 2012).
Suidynasty existed for just 38 years after having had three emperors. Itwas viewed as a great and important dynasty for the alliance itcreated for all groups which included the minorities. This resultedto peace and stability in the society (Duiker & Spielvogel,2012). Crops capitulated, technology was innovated and new policieswere created such as equality in field division. Also for improvementof good northern and southern communication a passage was built forthe same.
Tangdynasty was known for its compulsive accounting and record keepingcharacteristic of trade and life. This strengthened the society andgovernment with the advantages of certainty and accountability. Itwas however politically based on central bureaucracy. Sharing ofpower was for imperial families and the scholars. Improvement ofinfluence and empire’s borders was aided by the military force.Intellect was considered as a source of society stability andprosperity thus they encouraged it to the public (Duiker &Spielvogel, 2012).
Songdynasty balanced their political system to create an autocratic incomparison to Tang dynasty system. This made the emperors powerful.This power extended to emperor’s substitutes for example the primeministers. Political splinter group rose due to frequentdisagreements between ministers. Most of the residents at the timewere farmers. Old way of life, ancestor worship and folk religion waspart of life of the society including beliefs that ghosts interactedwith the living.
Inconclusion, the three dynasties differed from each other. Eachdynasty had its own unique way of ruling which made it flourish whichwas totally different from the original Han Dynasty.
Duiker,W. & Spielvogel, J. (2012). WorldHistory,7th ed.Cengage Learning