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From Conquerors to the Colonized: Manchus’ Pasts in the Present SHAO Dan East Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign WUN video seminar 4 December 2006.

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From Conquerors to the Colonized: Manchus’ Pasts in the Present

SHAO Dan

East Asian Languages and Civilizations

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

WUN video seminar

4 December 2006

Ethnicizing the Children of Past Conquerors: Historical narratives ofMongols and Manchus in 20th-century China
chronology
Chronology
  • 1635 Hong Taiji named all the Jurchens from various tribes Manchu.
  • 1644 Manchus’ Eight Banner forces occupied Beijing
  • 1894-1895 First Sino-Japanese War
  • 1912 Abdication of the last emperor, Pu Yi; the first year of the Republic of China
  • 1928 Unification of the Northeast of China with the Republic of China
  • 1931 Mukden Incident
  • 1932 Announcement of the independence of Manchoukuo
  • 1937 Outbreak of the full-scale Sino-Japanese war
  • 1945 Japan surrendered; Manchoukuo ended
  • 1949 The People’s Republic of China established
  • 1952 Manchus were officially recognized as an ethnic group by the Chinese Communist Central government
  • 1985 Establishment of the first Manchu Autonomous County, Xinbin
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The Qing Empire

Source: Ebrey 1996

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The Heaven’s Pond (Tianchi) in Manchuria (Northeast China)

Source:http://www.xaoyo.com/Article/df/200510819351703203.htm

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Manchoukuo in East Asia

Source: Toyo (Yanai Wataru, 1943)

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Henry Puyi (Time, March 4, 1934)

Film poster (amazon.com)

investigation reports from the 1950s
Investigation Reports from the 1950s

Notes on an interview with a Manchu in 1958

(Manzu shehui lishi diaocha ziliao)

memoirs from the 1960s 1980s
Memoirs from the 1960s-1980s
  • “Pu Jie’s Memoir,” Wenshi ziliao jixuan, no.1, 1985. (Wenshi ziliao chubanshe): 185
manchu history and tourism
Manchu History and Tourism

An entrance to the Xingjing Hotel, Xinbin Manchu Autonomous County, Liaoning Province (Shao, July 2005)