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Welcome to China! This is the story of the Boxer Rebellion
Our story begins in 1895 when the Japanese defeated China in the Sino-Japanese War
We are a great power! Japan shall have Korea!
NO! We won’t give it up!
Well then we shall take it from you!
Ha! Ha! Ha! Take that China!
Now it belongs to the Empire of the Sun!
This is horrible! China will look weak to the rest of the world now
I knew it. Look at those greedy Westerners!
We’ll take Port Arthur We’ll take Shantung We’ll take Hong Kong
Hey, What about me?
John Hay, US Secretary of State, What do YOU want?
The United States believes an Open Door Policy should be followed in China
Why should we give the USA access to China?
Because its fair to share
Uh, no thanks.
Quite frankly, I don’t care what you think.
Excuse me, does China get any say in this?
My brothers and I will see about that
Brothers of the ancient secret society of the Righteous and Harmonious Fists unite to defend China from these foreign devils!
Our ancient rituals will protect us from pain and your bullets
Ha Ha Ha !!!
The US government demands the Empress CiXi keep control over these Boxers
Oh, of course. We wouldn’t ever want to offend you. I will see to it that the Boxers stop.
Very wise choice
Stupid Westerner. Like I would jeopardize the loyalty I command from my people by bowing to your wishes.
Keep up the attacks! We will show these devils who rules China!
Yes Empress. We will never surrender our freedom or dignity!
POW WHAM KA-POW
POW WHAM KA-POW
Tune in next week to see what happens!
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