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China. In the 1700s , China enjoyed a favorable balance of trade. The Power of Opium. By 1779, the British East India Company was importing opium into China Within a generation, opium addiction in China became widespread. Mandarin with Opium Pipe.

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China
China

In the 1700s, China enjoyed a favorable balance of trade.


The power of opium
The Power of Opium

  • By 1779, the British East India Company was importing opium into China

  • Within a generation, opium addiction in China became widespread

Mandarin with Opium Pipe



China and britain clash over opium
China and Britain Clash over Opium

In 1839, a Chinese official demanded that the opium trade in Guangzhou (Canton) stop. The British refused, and war ensued.

Chinese unloading opium from a British ship


The opium war 1839 1842
The Opium War: 1839–1842

The British navy attacks


The treaty of nanjing
The Treaty of Nanjing

Britain gained

  • Control of Hong Kong

  • The right to trade in five major cities

  • Extraterritoriality

  • The legalization of opium in China

The signing of the Treaty of Nanjing

aboard the British ship Cornwallis



The open door policy
The Open Door Policy

  • Turmoil in China

  • “Spheres of influence”

  • “Open Door” policy formulated by U.S. Secretary of State John Hay

  • No nations formally accepted Hay’s proposal, but they didn’t counter the Open Door policy’s provisions either

U.S. Secretary of State John Hay



The boxer rebellion 1899
The Boxer Rebellion, 1899

American, Japanese, and British troops storming Beijing


The boxer protocol
The Boxer Protocol

  • China was forced to sign the Boxer Protocol

    • Required to pay damages to Europeans

    • Forced to allow foreign soldiers to live in Beijing

Signing of the Boxer Protocol


Chinese nationalism
Chinese Nationalism

Nationalism increased in China as groups fought to not only rid China of foreigners, but to end centuries of imperial rule.


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