The second period of chinese domination of vietnam
Before this era, the Vietnamese were considered to be Proto-Viet-Muong before assimilation with various Chinese dynasties throughout history. A fourth, relatively brief, year rule by the Ming dynasty during the 15th century is usually excluded by historians in their discussion of the main, almost continuous, period of Chinese rule from BC to AD , as is the brief occupation of Vietnam by Kuomintang forces of the Republic of China at the end of World War II. The four periods of Chinese rule did not correspond to the modern borders of Vietnam but to Vietnam as a cultural entity. Elements of Chinese culture such as language, religion, art and way of life constitute an important component of traditional Vietnamese culture until modernity.
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Chinese domination of Vietnam
EARLY CHINESE RULE OF VIETNAM ( B.C. TO A.D. ) | Facts and Details
Tue, 06 May Last updated Thu, 25 Jun In the second century BC, Vietnam history witnessed the domination of China. Chinese invaded Red River Delta. In BC, the kingdom of Nam Viet was annexed. After that, a large number of Chinese people including ordinary people, mandarins and scholars moved to the south to live and impose the centralized state system to Vietnam.
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Join or. A fourth, relatively brief, year punitive invasion by the Ming dynasty, years later, is usually excluded by historians in discussion of the main, almost continuous, period of Chinese colonization from BC to AD, as is the brief occupation of northern Vietnam by Chinese forces at the end of the Second World War. This secured 60 years of independence for Vietnam, but following regime change and consolidation of power in China, the new Sui dynasty sent an overwhelmingly large army south to reestablish control over northern Vietnam in
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