Life in Southeast Asia

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  • There were two types of societies, they are: Agricultural societies and Trading societies.
  • Mom, what kind of societies were there in Southeast Asia?
  • Can you tell me about the emergence that spread in Southeast Asia and the trading commodities?
  • Trade expanded after the emergence. The biggest trade commodities were Vietnam, Angkor, and Pagan which were prevalent because of the need for food and goods.
  • Most aristocrats lived in major cities, Angkor had royal palaces and parks. Beyond the cities lived farmers, fishers, artisans, and merchants.
  • Where did people live and did they live in certain areas?
  • Muslim societies gave greater rights to women. They did their counterparts in China and India. The women worked side by side with the men. Women often played an active role in trading activities.
  • What did women in Southeast Asia do? What were their rights?
  • I heard about a piece of architecture that was really important, can you tell me about that? What religion spread throughout this region and how long did they last?
  • Well, this specific piece of architecture is called Angkor Wat, it took 40 years to complete it. They built it out of stone. There was a religion and it was Islam, it lasted for several years.
  • You're welcome. I hope you do great on your test.
  • Thanks mom, all of that information helped a lot. I'm sure I will pass this test now.
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