A Study of the Diplomatic Culture From Han to Tang Dynasty

Cui-fang WEN

Abstract


In ancient China, the royal courts had output the Confucian culture to the surrounding ethnic regimes, the Northeastern Asian countries and so on from Han to Tang Dynasty (202 B. C. - 907 A. D.) and it was the core content of the diplomatic culture. Second, with the introduction and development of Buddhism, some diplomatic activities were related to Buddhism and it also was an important diplomatic cultural characteristic from Han to Tang Dynasty. Again, Tang Dynasty was the heyday of the development of Taoism in China. In the diplomatic activities, the royal courts’ output of Lao Zi’s Tao Te Ching and Lao Zi’s pictures by request of Koryo, India, Japan and other countries also was a diplomatic cultural phenomenon worthy of attention in the
period.


Keywords


From Han to Tang dynasties; Diplomatic culture; Confucian culture; Buddhist culture; Taoist Culture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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