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China Resists Outside Influence. Events/Policies. Cause. Effects. Opium War. Chinese Defeat & Humiliation Opium trade continues Britain gets Hong Kong Chinese resentment of Foreigners. Britain’s Refusal to stop the Opium trade. Taiping Rebellion.

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China resists outside influence

China ResistsOutside Influence


Events policies

Events/Policies

  • Cause

  • Effects


Opium war

Opium War

  • Chinese Defeat & Humiliation

  • Opium trade continues

  • Britain gets Hong Kong

  • Chinese resentment of Foreigners

Britain’s

Refusal

to

stop the

Opium

trade


Taiping rebellion

Taiping Rebellion

  • Unable to feed enormous population

  • Increased Opium use

  • Increased Poverty

  • Restoration of Qing Empire

  • 20 million died


Self strengthening movement

Self-strengthening Movement

  • Need to modernize Education & Military

  • Ability to produce it’s own Ammunition & Warships


Open door policy

Open Door policy

  • Protection of American trading rights in China

  • Keeping China free from colonization

  • China’s weak military

  • Economic & Political problems

  • US fears that they would be shut out of Chinese colonization


Open door policy1

Open Door policy

John Hay


Boxer rebellion

Boxer Rebellion


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Boxer Rebellion

  • Resentment of everything “Western”

  • Failure to effect reform

  • Increased Nationalism


Explain why china was able to isolate itself from western influence until the 19 th century

Explain why China was able to isolate itself from Western influence until the 19th Century

  • Advanced Culture

  • Economically Self-sufficient


Extraterritorial rights

Extraterritorial Rights

  • The right to live in a foreign country, yet live under the laws of one’s home country and be tried in home courts.


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