East asia

Mongolia and Taiwan

  • Jan 1, 1206

    United Clans

    United Clans
    In 1206, Genghis Khan united the Mongolian clans, who were originally nomadic herders, and led them with his policies of conquest and expansion.
  • Jan 1, 1227

    Khan's Death

    Khan's Death
    Twenty-one years after uniting the Mongolian clans, Genghis Khan died. He died after having conquered all of Central Asia.
  • Jan 1, 1227

    Switch of Leaders

    Switch of Leaders
    When Ganghis Khan died his son, Ogadai, succeeded him. Ogadai countinued his father's policies and conquered China.By 1294 Mongolia ruled over all of Central Asia and China.
  • Jan 1, 1300

    Mongol Empire Broken

    In the 1300s the Mongol Empire broke up.
  • China's Rule

    China's Rule
    The Chinese started to control Mongolia in the 1600s. They ruled for hundreds of years.
  • Chinese Migration

    In the 17th century, after a famine in the Fujian province of China, a lot of the people migrated to Taiwan.
  • Manchu Dynasty

    In 1683, the Manchu Dynasty conquered Taiwan.
  • Japan's Seize

    Japan's Seize
    After winning a war against China in 1895, Japan took control of Taiwan.
  • Mongolian Independance

    Mongolian Independance
    The Chinese controled Mongolia until Mongolia finally gained independance in 1911.
  • Mongolian People's Republic

    Mongolian People's Republic
    WIth the influence of Russia, Mongolia became the Mongolian People's Republic in 1924. The Communists ruled for 75 years.
  • Back to China

    Back to China
    After Japan's defeat in World War Two, China reqained control of Taiwan.
  • Republic of China

    China moved their government to Taiwan and nemed it the Republic of China. They do not consider Taiwan a country just another province.
  • No More Communist Party

    No More Communist Party
    After 72 years of Communist rule, the Communist Party lost its power in Mongolia after the Soviet Union fell in 1989.