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Apr 29, 2023 I get confused about the two different products listed under the "With a Copy" section of the page: the "Creative Cloud for Students" pack and the "Creative Cloud for Education" pack. I know they are different, but what's the difference between the two?Danuwang Danuwang is the title of one of the highest-ranking offices in the Inner Mongolian government. Originally the office was a tribal leader that held higher-ranking members of the tribe under his protection. Danuwang is the first head of a Mongolian dizi tribe. The term literally means "shadow chief" or "successor". Danuwang is one of the three divisional chiefs in Inner Mongolia, and his district comprises the area west of the Yellow River. Danuwang also has the title of "Second Head of the Office of the Special Division" (Jingquan Zuo). History Danuwang was originally the title of tribal leader for the head of a tribe. Danuwang was known to have been in the office as late as the end of the Yuan Dynasty (13th century). The Yuan Dynasty made it a high honor for a warrior to hold the title Danuwang, as the office was for the preservation of peace and for the upholding of the law, rather than martial prowess. From the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the office of Danuwang was abolished. Some historians claim that the Qing emperor restored the office. However, those historians fail to note the old Mongolian tradition that all offices must be abolished and reinstituted after an emperor died, which would explain why the office was revived. Danuwang regained his status after 1911, when the last emperor of the Qing Dynasty was deposed. The new government created the position of Deputy Danuwang to Danuwang. After the establishment of the Republic of China in 1949, the office of Danuwang was abolished again. However, since the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region was established in 1951, it has been held by a Danuwang until today. Etymology The office was known in the Yuan Dynasty by the title "Danuwang", or "Danwuang". The term "Danuwang" itself is not written in Mongolian, but the Mongolian term for "successor" is be359ba680


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