Modern Chinese History - Modern Chinese History 2 Opium...

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Unformatted text preview: Modern Chinese History 2 Opium wars 1840-60 • Treaty of Nanking – British extraterritoriality – No trade tribute – 5 open ports – No restrictions on trade – Led to Gazetteer– self strengthening movement in China • Unrestricted Christian proselytizing • Hong Kong to British 3 Sun Yat-Sen, At his political base in Canton, 1917 • Three Principles of the People – sought to combine the fundamental aspects of nationalism, democracy and som • Forced collapse of the Qing-Manchu dynasty-- 1911 • named provisional President of the new Chinese republic 4 May 4 th Movement • Chinese student-led nationalist movement ignited by demonstrations in Beijing in 1919. • demanded that China's unpopular government reject the decision by the Versailles peace conference to confirm Japan's rights over the Shandong peninsula that had been asserted in the Twenty-one demands in 1915....
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course SOCIAL SCI 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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