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Unformatted text preview: 1-Dynastic Cycle
2-The First Emperor of the Qin
6-Civil service examination
10-The tributary system
11-The Cohong system
13- Treaty of Shimonoseki:
14-“Open Door” policy:
15-The treaty system
23-Empress Dowager Cixi
24-Sun Yat-sen 1) What are the major ideas of Confucius and Lao Zi? Where are their major differences? 2) What are the major features of the traditional Chinese state? 3) Why was there a population explosion in the Qing? How did it influence the Chinese econ 4) What are the major steps leading to the expansion and consolidation of the Qing empire? 5) Why did unified dynasties predominate in imperial China? 6) What was the system that regulated China’s foreign relations before the Opium War? Why? 7) What happened to China’s foreign relations after the Opium War? Describe the major features of the new system that shaped China’s foreign relations at the turn of the twentieth century.
8) Compare the Taiping rebellion and the Boxer rebellion, explaining what inspired their actions, what
they attacked, what they wanted to achieve, how they treated the Qing rulers and foreigners, and why they
9) Compare the “self-strengthening” movement and the Hundred Day Reform, focusing on their reasons
(origins), goals, major steps, and results. They both unsuccessful. The results are not that much different
than each other.
10) What were the goals of the Revolution of 1911? Was the revolution successful? Why?
Revolution of 1911 ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course HIS 340M taught by Professor Li during the Summer '11 term at University of Texas.
- Summer '11