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Lecture5 - Christie Hua 1/20/10 LECTURE 5 IS TIBET PART OF...

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1/20/10 LECTURE 5 – IS TIBET PART OF CHINA? I. Qing borders a. How were the frontiers established in Qing? b. What is the nature of that incorporation? c. What is the nature of the frontiers’ relationship to the Qing court and the Qing state? II. Qing frontiers a. Manchura b. Tibet c. Taiwan i. Qing dynasty extended border III. Ethnicity in modern China a. NE b. Mongols c. Tibet d. Xinjiang e. Muslims IV. Multiethnic empire a. Expansion of China’s borders i. Manchura (northeast) ii. Mongolia 1. nomads; live in yurts V. Kangxi emperor a. adopted Tibetan Buddhism i. sponsored building many monasteries in Mongolia ii. emperor paid great respect to Tibetan Buddhism VI. Qianlong and Mongol prince Ubashi a. Established trading center in Mongolia i. Helped communication between Beijing and Mongolia ii. Divided the Mongol land into different territorial units 1. 30% of Mongol population became monks a. Mongol population dropped b. Monks confined in monasteries; cannot fight c. Suffered from smallpox
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2010 for the course HIST 185A taught by Professor Zheng during the Winter '10 term at UCSB.

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Lecture5 - Christie Hua 1/20/10 LECTURE 5 IS TIBET PART OF...

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