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The Qing Empire
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The Qing Empire (1644-1911)
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Nurhachi (1559-1626) The Rise of the Manchus 1115 Jurchens established “Jin,” to 1234 1616 “Later Jin” founded by Nurhachi 1636 Renamed Qing under Hung Taiji 1640 Control of Manchuria under Dorgon 1627 Li Zicheng started rebellion 1644 Rebels occupied Beijing; General Wu Sangui allowed Manchus to enter China
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Emperor Kangxi (r. 1662-1722) Consolidation of the Qing Empire under Kangxi 1673 Eliminating “Three Feudatories” (Wu Sangui) 1683 Taking Taiwan from Koxinga (Zheng Chenggong) 1690 Subjugating the Mongols (chieftain Galdan) 1652 The Dalai Lama title awarded to Dalai V 1718 Dispelling Zunghars from Tibet 1727 Qing Commissioner stationed in Tibet; Selection of the Dalai Lama by lot 1689 Treaty of Nerchinsk with Russia
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The Qing Empire (1644-1911)
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Matteo Ricci (1552-1610). Entered China in 1583. Settled in Beijing in 1601. European Missionaries in China
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Xu Guangqi (1562-1633) became a Christian convert before he passed the highest exam (jinshi) in 1604. Appointed as Grand Secretary in 1632, Xu converted many members of the imperial family to Christianity. Also known for his translations.
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Cathedral of Immaculate Conception Of Blessed Virgin Mary, Beijing First built in 1605 by Itanlian Jesuit Father Matteo Ricci; Rebuilt in 1650 by German Jesuit Father Adam Schall
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