The Decline of Imperial China. Disorder under Heaven Natural calamities Human-caused disorder Natural calamities: Earthquake , drought, flood, famine, plague, volcanic eruption, Two types of human-caused disorder Foreign invasion (from outside of the empire) Rebellion (within the empire).
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Anti-Manchu/anti-foreign sentiment was often the cause of riot, insurgence, anti-government movement, anti-Manchu movement, rebellion…
Inspired by Good Words to Exhort the Age, he claimed that during his illness after the failure of the third examination, he was adopted by the Heavenly father as the younger brother of Jesus Christ and was given a divine mission
Jintian where Hong started his “uprising”
The Hakka people joined them because of being harassed by bandits--who were originally members of the demoralized local militia
The God-Worshippers grew rapidly and its members rose from 10,000 to 30,000