600 - 1450 // The Post Classical Period of East Asia

    This world underwent many differences from the 600-1450's between the societies in Asia. They were mainly differed by their advances on technology, religion, and their political views in their ideas. As time continued they were able to learn from previous empires to learn where other emperors had made mistakes. As new emperors passed on learning new knowledge from the last, they begin to advance over time. 
    Their technology in the past were mainly created for military uses such as gun powder and the compass. They created things they knew would benefit in their conquests. As time passed, they began to focus their technological advancements on electronically devices. By improving their electronics, they would increase their knowledge on life.

    The religious relationships with God in the 600's were depended on confucianism and to regain the belief of buddhism in the Tang civilization as well as societies around them. Later Japan, Korea, and Vietnam between China would cause them to be influenced by the religions in the Chinese civilizations due to China's superiority at the time. Their religions in the 1400's were based off the religions in the past but had added traits to what they seemed would best fit their society.

    Their political traits had begun with Tang dynasty. One of the ideas that they introduced was the form of Confucian bureaucracy. This idea was about
a practice for highly educated men, that were selected to run civilizations. Confucian bureaucracy would then later be taken on by Japanese, Koran, and Vietnamese because of the Chinese conquest. 

    Comparing from the 600's to the 1400's, it shows that societies in the past had just thought of their ideas from what they believed was ethical at the time. Not knowing that their ideas would then later on be taken in consideration. In the 1400's more civilizations were depending on the main society that was succeeding, to take their beliefs in order to create a society as great as theirs.