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How did the Tang Dynasty change China?

The Tang Dynasty was one of China’s golden ages. Following the first reunification by the Sui Dynasty, the Tang Dynasty was able to establish control over China, energized the economy and saw a flourishing in poetry until its own internal weaknesses caused the collapse and fragmentation of China.


Accordingly, how did the Tang Dynasty affect China?

It was during this successful era that woodblock printing and gunpowder were invented. Meanwhile, the borders of the Tang dynasty expanded far into Korea and central Asia. China became even larger during the Tang dynasty than it had been during the Han.

Likewise, how did the Tang dynasty start? The Tang dynasty was founded by Li Yuan, a military commander who proclaimed himself emperor in 618 after suppressing a coup staged by the attendants-turned-assassins of the Sui emperor, Yangdi (reigned 614-618).

Considering this, what changes did the Tang Dynasty make?

The Tang dynasty gave land to the peasants and broke up large estates to reduce their owners’ powers, restored the civil service exam to recruit officials, and brought peace to northwest China and expanded control into the area north of the Himalaya.

What led to the downfall of the Tang Dynasty?

Reasons for Decline of Tang Dynasty. There were four reasons leading to Tang’s decline, among which the dominance of the eunuchs, the separatist regions of Fanzhen and clique conflicts were internal factors while peasants’ uprising was the external factor. Gradually, the power of eunuchs became stronger and stronger.


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