East Asia 1800-1914

East Asia 1800-1914 - East Asia, 1800-1914 Qing (Manchu)...

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Unformatted text preview: East Asia, 1800-1914 Qing (Manchu) Dynasty, 1644-1911 Qing (Manchu) Dynasty, Kangxi (r. 1661-1722) Qianlong [ Y ^ ] (r. 1735-1796) Jiaqing [ Q ^ ] (1796-1820) Y Daoguang [ Y ^ ] (1820-1850) Xianfeng [ a^ ] (1850-1861) @ Xuantong [ Q ^ ] (1908-1912) Y Agriculture, crafts, handicraft, mining, metallurgy Internal trade Population Growth Economic Prosperity Political stability Cultural achievements Notion of national superiority Administrative problems Qianlong (1711-1799) Jiaqing @ ^ Daoguang a^ @ Xianfeng Q^ Y Xuantong a^ @ China: Western Challenge England Opium War (183242) Treaty of Nanking Hong Kong Russia Amur River Sino-Japanese War, 1894-95 Japan Treaty Ports Extraterritoriality China: Transformation, 1850-1912 Taping Rebellion, 1851-64 Boxer Rebellion, 1900 Political Radicalism Revolutionary agitation Sun Yatsen Revolution, 1911 Republic proclaimed (1912) Opium Warehouse Opium Users Japan, 1600-1914 Tokugawa Shogunate, 1603-1863 Kyoto Emperor Shogun Edo (Tokyo) Daimyo Samurai "Centralized feudalism" Agriculture Commercial revolution Urbanization Social mobility Restrictions on foreign trade Western Challenge Nagasaki Matthew Perry, 1863 Treaty of Kanagawa, 1864 Anti-foreign sentiments Samurai Kagoshima and Shimonoseky Coup d'etat (1867) Tokugawa Japan Perry and Tokugawa, 1853 Meiji Restoration Administrative and social reforms Economic reforms Industrialization Military reforms Expansionism Sino-Japanese War Russo-Japanese War Annexation of Korea Meiji Parliament Meiji Constitution Japan, 1900 ...
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