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Chap 11 Section 2

History Chapter 11 Section 2

Unequal Treaties Trade treaties that china signed under pressure of invasion; gave Western powers trade benefits
Extraterritoriality The right if citizens to be tried i the courts of their native country rather than in the courts of the country that they are living in
Taiping Rebellion 1850-1864; Revolt against the Qing dyansty in China led by Hong Xiuquan, a convert to Christianity; over 20 million Chinese died; eventually suppressed with Britsh and French aid
Boxer Rebellion 1900; a siege of a foreign settlement in Beijing by Chinese nationalists who were angry at foreign involvement in China
Sun Yixian 1866-1925; Chinese statesman and revolutionary leader; he believeed that China should be a democracy but that it first needed to replace the Qing dynasty with a ruling nationalist party, he founded the Revolutionary Alliance in 1905
Treaty of Kanagawa 1854; Trade treaty between Japan and the United States opening up two Japanese ports to U.S. trade; signed in response to a show of force by U.S. admiral Matthew Perry
Emperor Meiji 1852-1912; Emperor of Japan from 1867 to 1912; he restored imperial rule to Japan and with the help of samurais pushed for many reforms in Japan
Sino-Japanese War 1894; War fought between China and Japan for influence over Korea; Japan's victory symbollized its successful modernization
Created by: sandybr