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HST 303 L9 NC

China, Japan & East Asia in World History - Lecture 9: New China

QuestionAnswer
1895 – Sino-Japanese war ends in _____ victory. Japanese
As a result of being defeated in the Sino-Japanese war, China felt need for sometimes radical _____. modernization
After the Sino-Japanese war, the Qing dynasty implemented new policies, set up ‘new’_____, and ‘new’ army. schools
After the Sino-Japanese war, for the Qing dynasty ‘_____’ had generally become a buzz word that was applied to everything. New
1902 – ____-_____was banned by an imperial edict in New China. foot-binding
It took decades to eradicate the practice of foot-binding in New China, particularly in the _____ _____. country side
1905 – traditional _____ system was abolished in New China. education
New schools were often converted temples of former _____ _____ Confucian academies
Accessibility of new schools was still _____; there were only limited differences to their predecessors limited
1905 – group of imperial commissioners travelled to Europe, U.S., and Japan and studied _____ _____. constitutional government
Once the group of imperial commissioners returned home, 9-year plan for constitutional _____ were announced reforms
1909 – _____ provincial assemblies were to be installed with the promise of gradual transition to_____-_____. elected; self-government
1909 – The electorate was less than __% of adult males 1
Qing dynasty reformers favored German and Japanese models of _____, _____ government centralized; authoritarian
Independent reformers and potential local leaders favored _____-_____ style of government Anglo-American
Most government offices were held by _____ Manchus
Manchu princes at that time became more involved in _____ government
8 of 13 _____ were headed by Manchu banner people and 5 of 9 _____ _____ positions in 1906 & 1907 ministries; Governor General
Manchu holding the majority of government offices caused tension because the idea of national _____-_____ had been introduced, and many Chinese saw themselves as being a conquered subject people under foreign rule self-determination
Ending Manchu rule was first priority of new Chinese _____ nationalism
Nationalism was originally a _____ concept. western
First Chinese nationalists were those most exposed to _____ _____thought and culture modern western
The most famous, early nationalist revolutionary was Dr. ____ _____(1866-1925), who was born to Cantonese peasant parents Sun Yat-sen
1879 – Sun Yat-sen was sent to join his older brother and moved to Hawaii, learned English, became Christian, and became a Western-style _____ doctor in Hong Kong medical
Until he was 46 Sun Yat-sen lived mainly outside of _____. China
Sun Yat-sen wanted to create a western style nation state, with the _____ as his primary model U.S.
1894 – Sun Yat-sen organized _____ group on Hawaii, which launched first attempt of _____ uprising in 1895 revolutionary; revolutionary
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