China:Ottos nonrev 11:03 - China I.

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China I. Zhu Zhanji—(1426-1435) Xuande Emperor “Propagating Virtue” o Zhu Di’s grandson o Ruled as a mixture of expansionism and Confucianism o Sent out the last voyage  II. Matteo Ricci (1552-1610) a catholic missionary who became close to  the last Ming emperors o Taught Ming leaders about European philosophy, science and  religion o Chinese were frightened by new ideas (reformation, scientific  revolution, questioning of god) o Shen Shih worried bc Christianity threatened Confucianism  which permitted no questioning III. Li Tzu-Cheng (1604-1651) a peasant who started a rebellion bc he  wanted to be in the hierarchy of the Ming Dynasty o Ended the Ming Dynasty bc the last emperor hung himself o Manchurians invaded during the political chaos and established  a new Dynasty IV.Ching/Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Manchurian Dynasty that ruled  China for 3 centuries o Manchus were 2% of the Chinese pop
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China:Ottos nonrev 11:03 - China I.

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