World China 13 Qing

World China 13 Qing - Qing (Manchu) Dynasty 1644 -1910 Qing...

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Qing 1644-1910 Qing (Manchu) Dynasty 1644 -1910
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Qing 1644-1910
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Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1912) Ming dynasty fell in 1644 amid peasant uprisings and Manchu invasion Manchu and Han Chinese
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Qing 1644-1910 Politics Manchus rule - not Han Chinese strongly resisted by native Han Chinese 2 % of the pop. of China was Manchu Manchus ruled using Chinese system but Chinese were forbidden to hold high national offices. Continued Confucian civil service system. The Neo-Confucian philosophy - obedience of subject to ruler continued
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Qing 1644-1910 Manchu Qing expansion conquered Outer Mongolia and into central Asia, Taiwan and Tibet. First dynasty to eliminate all danger to China from across its land borders. Largest land area of any Chinese state
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Qing 1644-1910 Economy Built large public buildings and public irrigation, walls, gates and other infrastructure. Light taxes to win popularity with people Commerce and international trade grew enormously especially with Japan and Europe Exported porcelain, Silk and spices through maritime trade and Silk Road
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Qing 1644-1910 Religion Neo-Confucianism important Buddhism, Taoism and ancestor worship continue Christianity grew rapidly until the outlawing of Christianity in the 1830s-40s Catholic and Protestant missionaries built churches and spread education throughout rural and urban China
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Qing 1644-1910 Social Han Chinese discriminated against all Han men to wear their hair braided in the back, which they found humiliating forbid women to bind their feet but repealed the rule in 1688 since they couldn't enforce it Manchus were forbidden to engage in trade or manual labor. Intermarriage between the two groups was forbidden. system of dual appointments was used--the Chinese appointee was required to do the substantive work and the Manchu to ensure Han loyalty to Qing rule.
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Qing 1644-1910 Intellectual European influences enter Chinese thinking
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course WOH 0301 taught by Professor Henderson during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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