OSU6 - CHINA MEETS THE WORLD CHINA THE PORTUGUESE THE(1514 MACAO(1557 MACAO THE DUTCH THE(1624 SAN DOMINGO SAN(1626 THE MANCHUS •

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Unformatted text preview: CHINA MEETS THE WORLD CHINA THE PORTUGUESE THE (1514) MACAO (1557) MACAO THE DUTCH THE (1624) SAN DOMINGO SAN (1626) THE MANCHUS • NURHACHI (15591626) • QING (1636) • DORGON (16161650) • INVASION OF CHINA (1644-1689) THE QING DYNASTY (1644-1912) THE GONGHANG (CO-HONG) GONGHANG 1720 THE CANTON SYSTEM THE (1757) WESTERNERS IN CHINA WESTERNERS THE BRITISH IN CANTON THE (1715) U.S. IN CHINA (1784) U.S. THE MACARTNEY THE EMBASSY (1793) AMHERST MISSION AMHERST (1816) NAPIER MISSION (1834) NAPIER KOWTOW (THREE KOWTOW KNEELINGS AND NINE PROSTRATIONS) BRITISH TRADING STATION IN BRITISH CANTON THE OPIUM TRADE THE BRITISH SALES OF OPIUM TO CHINA (EACH CHEST CONTAINED BETWEEN 130 AND 160 POUNDS) ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ YEAR NUMBER OF CHESTS ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 1729 200 1750 600 1773 1,000 1790 4,054 1800 4,570 1810 4,968 1816 5,106 1823 7,082 1828 13,131 1832 23,570 THE OPIUM TRADE THE FIRST OPIUM WAR THE (1839-1842) LIN ZEXU (1785LIN 1850) DAOGUANG (reigned DAOGUANG 1820-50) THE BURNING OF OPIUM AT HUMEN THE (JUNE 3, 1839) THE FIRST OPIUM WAR THE (1839-1842) THE FIRST OPIUM WAR THE (1839-1842) THE TREATY OF NANJING THE (AUGUST 29, 1842) Indemnity ($ 2I million) Indemnity Abolition of Gonghang Abolition Five ports opened Five (Canton, Xiamen, Fuzhou, Ningbo, Shanghai) Fixed Tariffs Fixed Surrender of Hong Kong Surrender THE OPEN PORTS AND HONG KONG CANTON (GUANGZHOU) AND HONG KONG TAIPING TIANGUO TAIPING (1851-1864) HONG XIUQUAN (1814HONG 64) GOD WOSHIPPERS’ GOD SOCIETY (1843) HEAVENLY KINDOM OF HEAVENLY GREAT PEACE (January 11, 1851) TAIPING TIANGUO TAIPING (1851-1864) TIANWANG (HEAVENLY TIANWANG KING) THE LAND SYSTEM OF THE THE HEAVENLY KINGDOM (1853) A NEW TREATISE ON NEW AIDS TO ADMINISTRATION (1859) HONG REN’GAN HONG (1822-64) THE SECOND OPIUM WAR THE (1856-1860) THE CONVETIONS OF BEIJING (OCTOBER 24 and 25, 1860) • INDEMNITY ($14 MILLION) • CHINESE EMIGRATION PERMITTED • 11 NEW OPEN PORTS • SURRENDER OF KOWLOON PENINSULA YUAN MING YUAN SUPPRESSION OF THE TAIPINGS SUPPRESSION CHARLES GEORGE CHARLES GORDON (1833-1885) EVER- VICTORIOUS EVERARMY JULY 19, 1864 JULY ...
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