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Unformatted text preview: Chinese Revolution Chinese Revolution Sun Yat-Sen Mao Zedong The Problems of Late Qing China The Problems of Late Qing China Opium War (1839-1842) Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864) Confucian conservatives argued China had nothing to learn from the West while advocates of modernization believed certain new technologies might be acceptable. Such tensions further weakened the Qing government. Chinas historical strength became a its weakness Early Efforts at Reform Early Efforts at Reform Sino-Japanese War Further setbacks such as the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) & the Boxer Rebellion (1900-1901) finally led to a push for reform Government Sponsored Reforms . . . 1) Abolition of the Confucian exam system 2) Creation of western-style schools 3) Sending thousands of students overseas Sun Yat-Sen (1866-1925) Sun Yat-Sen (1866-1925) Sun Yat-Sens Reform Program . . ....
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