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China and The West
The Opium War (1839) Britain buys an incredible amount of tea from China
China just wants to trade for silver.
Britain is running out of silver!We’re running out of money!! What can we get the Chinese to buy from us? We don’t need anything! Just silver!!!
I got it! Let’s sell them…. DRUGS!
British Drug Lords The British government purposely tries to get China addicted to drugs Chinese government protests
Opium War Breaks Out (1839) Britain fights to be drug dealers in ChinaBritain wins easily Keep sending in Opium Other foreign nations begin to take advantage
Taiping Rebellion Hong Xiuquan has visions of world peacestarts with peace in China leads a rebellion to bring change to the government
Taiping Con’t Take Nanjing Lasts 14 yearsFrench and British help end the fight over 20 million Chinese die
Sphere of Influence Several foreign countries control areas of ChinaCreate tax systems for their own good
Open Door Policy America wants its piece of ChinaAsk all the others to trade equally
The Boxer Rebellion Many Chinese do not like foreign controlSociety of Harmonious Fists use their hands to fight
Boxers Put Down! Foreign countries (including the U.S.) want to maintain control Send in 20,000 foreign troops to put down the “rebellion” Don’t let the Chinese change their own country
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