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Imperialism in China. How did imperialism impact China?. China. Isolated country Only allowed one port open for trade Great Britain - wants more Enter the largest Drug Lord Ever Queen Victoria. Opium Trade and War. Britain begins to trade Opium A drug Chinese become addicted

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imperialism in china

Imperialism in China

How did imperialism impact China?

china
China
  • Isolated country
    • Only allowed one port open for trade
  • Great Britain - wants more
  • Enter the largest Drug Lord Ever
    • Queen Victoria
opium trade and war
Opium Trade and War
  • Britain begins to trade Opium
    • A drug
    • Chinese become addicted
  • Opium War Begins
    • Chinese government tells Britain to stop selling Opium and Britain refuses
    • Britain wins because of advanced weapons/technology
results of opium war
Results of Opium War
  • China has to open more ports for trading
  • Many Chinese not happy with outcome of the war
taiping rebellion
Taiping Rebellion
  • Peasant revolt against the outcome of the Opium War
  • Rebellion put down by European Nations
spheres of influence
Spheres of Influence
  • European countries saw how weak China was becoming
  • Grabbed land and created spheres of influences
boxer rebellion
Boxer Rebellion
  • Chinese Secret Society that wants to get rid of foreign powers and influence in China form a rebellion
  • Europeans and US come in and put down the rebellion
open door policy
Open Door Policy
  • US issued the idea of the Open Door Policy
    • Leave China open to trade with all nations instead of taking parts of China
  • This will benefit all countries except for China
economic impact
Economic Impact
  • Some parts economically controlled by outside powers
  • Increased manufacturing and industrialization
  • Improvements in transportation
political impact
Political Impact
  • Rebellions
  • Restructure government
social cultural impact
Social/Cultural Impact
  • Nationalistic feelings
  • Education
  • New Religion – Christianity
  • Improvements in communication
  • New Social Structure