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1 European Imperialism in China

2 The Opium War (1839) Qing Dynasty in decline British force open trade w/ China OPIUM only product Britain had that China wanted –used as currency –widespread addiction –govt attempts to stop –blew up a British ship loaded w/ opium British quickly defeat China

3 Treaty of Nanjing (August 1842) Unequal treaties Emperor paid for destroyed opium Spheres of Influence US Open Door Policy HONG KONG –until 1997

4 Hong Kong 1842: British received in the Treaty of Nanjing Returned Hong Kong back in 1997 according to the treaty one country, two systems

5 Unrest & Revolution Taiping Rebellion – –20-60 million killed 1851: 432 million pop. 1911: million pop Ci Xi (Empress Dowager) –power behind the throne Boxer Rebellion – – fist of righteous harmony –Anti-western / Anti-imperialism movement Led to the rise of COMMUNISM in China

6 CHINAS COMMUNIST-CAPITALIST SPLIT

7 The Nationalist Party Kuomingdang (KMT) Founder: Dr. Sun Yatsen Successor: Chang Kai-Shek Support from: Bourgeoise –the rich –land owners –higher educated Goals: 3 Principles o/t Ppl –Democracy Capitalism –Nationalism –Livelihood

8 DR. SUN YATSEN

9 CHANG KAI-SHEK

10 Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 1949 Peoples Republic of China 1st Leader: Mao Zedong – Support from: Proletariat –peasants / poor Goals: totalitarianism –economic/social equality –classless system –religion is outlawed –no private property Successor: Deng Xiaoping

11 KARL MARX Wrote: The Communist Manifesto Predicted: –The Proletariat would rise up against the ruling class (bourgeoise)

12 MAO ZEDONG Born under FEUDALISM Maos New Order Totalitarianism –CCP has total control Support from peasants thru propaganda Immediate influences: –order is restored –ended foreign influence –become self-sufficient

13 Great Leap Forward ( ) Maos call for a superhuman effort to modernize in one great leap forward Collective Farms: govt forced ppl to pool all their resources together Communes: 20,000 people to a commune –hope for huge increase in agricultural output HUGE FAILURE –upwards of 40 million starved to death 1957: Hundred Flowers Campaign: "Let a hundred flowers bloom, let a hundred schools of though contend". Propaganda poster

14 Cultural Revolution (1966) To renew the communist revolutionary spirit –due to failure o/t Great Leap Forward root out capitalist roaders Red Guards –students & young factory workers –attacked non-Mao supporters Effects: schools closed –factories slowed production –Red Guards were sent to faraway rural areas –Ppl lost faith in Mao

15 Four Modernizations 1972: Nixon visits China 1976: Mao dies 1978: DENG XIAOPING Four Modernizations: –Modernizing agriculture –Expanding industry –Developing science & tech –Upgrading the military responsibility system Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Made in China

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