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title Chinas Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part I: The Qing (1842-1860) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 28 Mar 2012
Terms for Chinas Revolutionary Century
British influence in South Asia, 1744 / 1767
British opium sales
string of cash
Foreign settlement near Canton, pre-1842
Nemesis at Guangzhou The Illustrated London News, 12 November 1842
modern Grand Canal ( )
GoogleEarth – lower Yangzi
GoogleEarth - Zhenjiang
Chinese victory at Sanyuanli ( )
First Round of Treaty Ports
the Xianfeng Emperor (reg. 1850-1861)
Extent of the Taiping Movement
Ye Mingchen in captivity, 1858
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 18 Feb 2010.
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part II: The Qing ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University Revised 19 Aug 2013.
Focus 11/20 After China’s defeat in the Opium War, China is forced to sign the Treaty of Nanjing. This treaty forces China to open its borders to foreign.
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Imperialism in China.
Chapter 12 – Section 5: China and the New Imperialism
CHINA AND THE NEW IMPERIALISM BY: ROBIN PEARCE. By the 1830’s, British merchants were selling opium to the Chinese. Even though it was illegal in Britain.
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Imperialism and the Victorian Era
The Opium War. Causes: Chinese point of view British imported opium from India causing the Chinese to become addicted As demand increased, silver was.
The rest of the world seemed to demand China’s products more than China sought theirs. The emperor and his advisors agreed that the nation's money should.
Originally France interested in Egypt for strategic location (Red Sea), but Napoleon failed.
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century Part IV: The Republic ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 08 Apr 2013.
Company LOGO CHINA. KEY TERMS Opium War = conflict btwn China & Britain in 1839 over trade imbalance; British force Chinese govt. to allow sale of British.
British Imperialism in China. China in the Decline Through the 1700s, China flourishes under the Qing dynasty. China is at the center of the world economy.
Imperialism Against China: The Opium War In the late 18 th and early 19 th Centuries, Europeans wanted to trade with the Chinese much more than the Chinese.
Imperialism in Asia Japan and China. Japan had closed its doors to the world in the 1600s Japan.
Imperialism in China China’s “Century of Humiliation”
China and Japan’s Reaction to the West. Chinese Resistance Isolationists Tributary ties to neighboring countries Only allowed one port to be open-
After Chengzu’s death in 1424, China’s new emperor decided that foreign trade was too expensive. The rest of the world seemed to demand China’s products.
“Opium was transformed into an international commodity, just like tea and cotton” Opium Trade and Conflict.
Aim: How did Imperialism affect China’s development? Title: Causes & Effects of European Imperialism in China Do Now: Analyze the cartoon [see handout].
China Resists Outside Influence Events/Policies Cause Effects.
Chapter 5 Imperialism Vocabulary Words.
China Goes into Isolation Beginning in the Mid 1400’s, China isolates itself for two reasons: 1. Believed European goods were inferior 2. Believed Western.
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Traditionally, China was isolationist, traded, but didn’t make exploration a priority Until 1830s, Europeans could only trade in Canton, with limitations.
In the 1700s, China enjoyed a favorable balance of trade.
Imperialism in China. I. European trade increases I. British take the lead A. China (Qing Dynasty) begins a period of declining power while west increases.
Civilizations in Crises: The Ottoman Empire, the Islamic Heartland, & Qing China Chapter 26.
Homework Imp #7 due tomorrow Test on Imperialism Wednesday – 25 Multiple Choice – 2 Short Answers (out of 3 choices)
THE MANDATE OF HEAVEN MING EXPLORATION AND ISOLATION QING GLORY AND DECLINE CHINA THE DYNASTIC CYCLE.
OPIUM Habit forming narcotic Made from the poppy plant Used for centuries as a medicinal pain reliever TOOK A WHILE, BUT… BY 1853:
China Unit 7 Lecture 8. Opium Trade The Chinese weren’t exporting anything British wanted to gain back some silver bullion They started selling opium.
D. Imperialism in China. D. Imperialism in China.
Chapter 12 The New Imperialism
Do Now – Wednesday, November 6 th Complete a haiku about imperialism 5 syllables 7 syllables 5 syllables.
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CHINA Resists Outside Influence. Resists Outside Influence Rejected Western Goods: –Largely self-sufficient –Mining, Agriculture & Manufacturing Only.
COLONIZER V. COLONIZED PERSPECTIVE STANDARD ADDRESSED:
Second Opium War Brittany Campbell.
NEXT Section 1 China Resists Outside Influence Western economic pressure forces China to open to foreign trade and influence.
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Good Morning!!! 1.NVC 2.Imperialism in China: “The Century of Humiliation” Essential Question: How did the Chinese react to European, Japanese, and American.
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China & the New Imperialism
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