Week 1-3 The End of Imperial China (3)

Week 1-3 The End of Imperial China (3) - Model Accept...

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China’s Response Western/ Modern Model Accept Reject Chinese/ Traditional Model Accept Self-Strengthening (1860s) Reject 100 Days Reform (1898)
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Response 1 Reform Self-Strengthening Movement (the 1860s) 中体西用 ( zhong ti xi yong ) Chinese learning for the essence, Western learning for practical use” Failed because of the Confucian mindset and the dynastic leadership 100 Days Reform (1898) Reform measures such as popular election of officials, modern education, and modern military drills Failed to overcome the resistance from the conservative opposition
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Unformatted text preview: Model Accept Self-Strengthening (1860s) Boxers Rebellion (1900) Reject 100 Days Reform (1898) Chinese Revolution (1911) Response 2 Rebellion & Revolution Boxers Rebellion (1900) Chinese Revolution (1911) Dr. Sun Yat-sen organized small secret societies in Macao and Japan with overseas young Chinese for the purpose of overthrowing Qing Dynasty which was decayed and incompetent. On October 10, 1911, the revolutionary movement resulted in a successful uprising by discontented and dissatisfied provincial officials, merchants, and imperial army commanders....
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