- 1 Why did European powers want to establish colonies in Southeast Asia?
- 2 Why was Southeast Asia a target of imperialism during European expansion?
- 3 Who colonized Southeast Asia?
- 4 What is the dominant religion in Southeast Asia?
- 5 What country suffered the most from Western imperialism?
- 6 Why was Japan never colonized?
- 7 How did New Imperialism affect Southeast Asia?
- 8 What country was never colonized in Southeast Asia?
- 9 How did colonization affect Southeast Asia?
- 10 Which European country dominated southeast Asia?
- 11 What is the oldest religion?
- 12 What religion does 80% Indians practice?
- 13 What is the most prominent religion?
Why did European powers want to establish colonies in Southeast Asia?
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Why was Southeast Asia a target of imperialism during European expansion?
Why was Southeast Asia a target of imperialism during European expansion? Southeast Asia commanded the sea lanes between India and China. They opposed the European colonization.
Who colonized Southeast Asia?
Over the course of the nineteenth century, Southeast Asia is colonized by Britain, France, and Holland. In 1799, the Dutch government takes over the Dutch East India Company’s rule of parts of the Indonesian archipelago.
What is the dominant religion in Southeast Asia?
Pardue, (1971) author of Buddhism, the three sects of Buddhism can be divided by their location. Theravada Buddhism is also known as southern Buddhism because most of its followers are located in Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Thailand and some of Vietnam.
What country suffered the most from Western imperialism?
Africa suffered the most from imperialism unlike.
Why was Japan never colonized?
Thanks! Japan has very few natural resources that would have been desirable to western powers at the time. They were also very receptive to western help during the Meiji restoration. They used their wealth to hire Europeans and Americans, rather than submit to being colonized.
How did New Imperialism affect Southeast Asia?
Impact of Imperialism on Southeast Asia Education, health, and sanitation improved. Millions of people, from different ethnic groups, changed the racial makeup of Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia became a melting pot of Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and Buddhists. Racial and religious tension still exists today.
What country was never colonized in Southeast Asia?
How Thailand avoided European colonization.
How did colonization affect Southeast Asia?
Colonialism has altered Southeast Asian social structure and brought modern western ideas and concepts into society as well. Some of these ideas contained the western culture, western style education, human rights, religion, etc. The arrival of European powers has made the growth of population in the region.
Which European country dominated southeast Asia?
Great Britain, France, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United States were the imperialist countries that had colonies in Southeast Asia. Portugal also had a colony in the region but had the least impact. Nationalism arose as the result of political movement, organized to restore the country’s independence.
What is the oldest religion?
The word Hindu is an exonym, and while Hinduism has been called the oldest religion in the world, many practitioners refer to their religion as Sanātana Dharma (Sanskrit: सनातन धर्म, lit.
What religion does 80% Indians practice?
India is home to several religions, but the most common is Hinduism at 80 % of the population. Hinduism is the third-most widespread religion in the world after Islam and Christianity and it is thought to be the oldest religion in the world dating back at least 5,000 years ago.
What is the most prominent religion?
Adherents in 2020