book notes 1 - No need for faster communications pg 48...

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No need for faster communications pg 48 Didn’t want Chinese tradition/culture interfered, so restoration failed…. Yet later western marriage B/c china closed, hard to adapt to new cultures Needed to change from culturalism to nationalism Reformer- Kang wanted closer relations/culture with west. Chinas elite felt threatened reactionary- kill westerns, westerners later marched into Beijing forcing empress to flee, this caused empress to see true state of china and revert back to Kangs suggestions of institute westernized learning’s rev- Sun, schooled in America, hong kong, christian sun turned to Marxism but wanted capitalism, not transformed, but was the oppression by western forces before still leading to caution by the Chinese? Confucianism many times abandoned and readapted Colonialism while maintaining culture Western powers thought could colonize china like that of us and take advantage of resources Modern theory failed, chinas culture too strong to go backwards, too ravaged by
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