China Open Door Policy. Sarah Aromando Arielle Budney Brad Hosking. China’s Reaction. Boxers – secret Chinese society with high nationalist views Boxer Rebellion – revolt against foreigners in China Western missionaries were killed and the foreign embassy in Peking (Beijing) assaulted
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