History - HAIDIAN DISTRICT UNDERSTANDING THE LANDSCAPE PEOPLE CHING 1860 1912 1949 1958 Qing dynasty Emperor Kangxi built and moved court to the

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HAIDIAN DISTRICT : UNDERSTANDING THE LANDSCAPE + PEOPLE
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RESIDENT RELOCATION 1860 1912 1949 1997 1998 2004 CHING 1979 1988 1992 1958 © 1860 FUTURE Qing dynasty- Emperor Kangxi built and moved court to the old summer palace. 1868 - French and English armies invaded the area, destroyed the old summer palace, and area decayed and reverted to agriculture Empress Cixi built the summer palace. Because of the area’s reputation for beautiful landscape, wealthy residents began using area for Cemeteries.
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RESIDENT RELOCATION © 1912 1860 1912 1949 1997 1998 2004 CHING 1979 1988 1992 1958 FUTURE During the turn of the century Tsinghua and Beijing University move to this area.
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RESIDENT RELOCATION © 1947 1860 1912 1949 1997 1998 2004 CHING 1979 1988 1992 1958 FUTURE People's Rebulic of China (PRC) founded and land ownership reforms are made. Starting in 1949 land is no longer owned by individual families and the village government takes ownership of the land. 1956-1958: The government
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History - HAIDIAN DISTRICT UNDERSTANDING THE LANDSCAPE PEOPLE CHING 1860 1912 1949 1958 Qing dynasty Emperor Kangxi built and moved court to the

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