7.Hundred Days Reform

7.Hundred Days Reform - Hundred Days Reform I.Early...

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Unformatted text preview: Hundred Days Reform I.Early reformers Last attempt to save Qing dynasty Constitution monarchy, control mostly by govt, emperor has only a little power Kang yu wei ** **KNOW***** Fang Kuei Feng Needs drastic reforms in all aspects Kuo-sung tao wants to take everything of west and pour it in (traditionalist hate him) Wang Tao James Legge wanted him to translate Confucius into English, Wang helps translate sayings of Confucius, Wang Tao becomes head of newspapers A. Missionary influence Another source of influence is missionaries (catholic and protestant) 1875-1907, educates about western countries I I. Conservative reformers A.Weng tung heo- good graces of empress dowagers, believes in selective reform B.Zhang zhe dong provinces, selective reformer, comes up with catchy slogan Chinese learning as essence, western learning as application Empress Dowager leans toward Zhang Zhe dong I I I. Radical reformers A. Kang Yu Wei- getting ready for civil service exams,...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2011 for the course HIST 317 taught by Professor Dr.wright during the Winter '11 term at University of Calgary.

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