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Yurt a tent of Central Asia's nomads, made of felt covered with leather, traditional form of shelter in Mongolia
Little League baseball bacme popular in Japan, Tawain, became popular after World War II, 1974 US banned the foreign Little League b/c of the Tawain's success and came back in 1976
Confucianism a movement based on the teachings of Confucius, he stressed the importance of education in an oredered society in which one respects one's elders and obeys the government
Communism a system in which the goverment holds nearly all political power and the means of production
Pacific Rim an economic and social region surrounding the Pacific Ocean, East Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, and the west coast of the United States
Dynasty a series of rulers from the same family, China- Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han, Qing
Samurai a professional soldier in Japan who served interests of landowners and clan chiefs, samurai means one who guards, served as a bodyguard of warriors loyal to the leader of a clan
Taoism a philosophy based on the teachings of Lao-Tzu, who lived in China in the 6 c. B.C. and believed in preserving and restoring harmony in the individual, with nature, and in the universe, with little inteference from the government
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