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The Beginnings of Our Global Age: Europe, Africa, and Asia. Section 4: Encounters in East Asia (pgs. 99-103). European Contact with Ming China. • Ming let Europeans trade, but only for _________or ____________

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the beginnings of our global age europe africa and asia

The Beginnings of Our Global Age:Europe, Africa, and Asia

Section 4: Encounters in East Asia

(pgs. 99-103)

european contact with ming china
European Contact with Ming China

•Ming let Europeans trade, but only for _________or ____________

•Portuguese had a trading post at _____________ near Canton in present-day _______________

*they limited their visits to ___ area and ___ season.

european contact with ming china cont
European Contact with Ming China cont…

• _________________ missionaries

*led by _____________________

*welcomed for their ___________

*had ___________success in converting the Chinese

*became important ___________ of ______________ for Europeans who knew little about China

the manchu conquest
The Manchu Conquest

•early 1600s ______ dynasty decaying

•Manchus pushed through __________ & ruled in the _________, Manchuria

•____- Manchu armies took control of ________ & set up the _____ dynasty

• expanded China’s ________ to create largest Chinese state

•won support of Chinese b/c adopted ____________ system of government

•Local gov’t ruled by ___________, but __________ troops stationed throughout empire to ensure loyalty

the manchu conquest cont
The Manchu Conquest cont…

• Kangxi and _____________ expanded Chinese borders

•American ________ helped to fuel a population boom in China

•Qing maintained Ming policy and rejected an appeal from _________ for more trade

•Diplomat, _______________insulted the Chinese b/c he wouldn’t perform __________ in order to see the emperor

korea the kingdom
Korea: The “______Kingdom”

• 1500s and 1600s restricted contact from outside world

•___________dynasty followed the Confucian idea that merchants held low status

•In response to invasions by the _____________ and ___________

*Korea isolated itself, excluding most __________________

foreign traders in japan
Foreign Traders in Japan

•At first *Japanese welcomed __________ traders

* ___________,or warrior lords adopted European firearms & helped the _____________ family centralize power and keep order

*Christian missionaries ___________ at winning converts

foreign traders in japan cont
Foreign Traders in Japan cont…

•After _________ seized the Philippines

*Japan __________ European traders

*only allowed Dutch to trade in _______________ harbor once a year

*murdered Japanese __________ b/c feared they owed allegiance to the _________ rather than the Tokugawa

*shut off contact with the ________ _______ for over _____ years