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China Unit Test

QuestionAnswer
Boxer Rebellion Aimed to remove foreign influences from China
Spheres of influence Economic imperialism
Decline on Qing Dynasty Opium trade, Japanese imperialism, refusal to adopt new technology, failure of the Boxer rebellion
Taiping Rebellion 1850 This rebellion was aimed at overthrowing the Qing dynasty because they believed they had lost the Mandate of Heaven
1949 Legal equality for men and women
Pax Mongolia Period in history where trade increased between Europe and Asia; Mongol Peace
Ming Stopped overseas naval expeditions saw little value in exploration
Inventions/accomplishments of Tang and Song Gunpowder; movable type; paper money; art and literature
Zheng He This Muslim explorer contributed to the prosperity of China expanded trade with Asia and Africa
Mao Zedong Responsible for social equality, Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution
Deng Xiaoping Economic reform in China
Sun Yat-Sen Overthrew Qing Dynasty and responsible for a rise in nationalism and “Three Principles of the People”
Chiang Kaishek Leader of the nationalists
Great Leap Forward Increased agricultural and industrial production was the goal of this program
Cultural Revolution Eliminate opposition to Mao Zedong and eliminate the ‘four olds’
Hong Kong In 1997, this city was returned to China
Globalization Spreading of businesses, technologies, or philosophies
Censorship Government blocking what the people can see in the news or search on the internet
Created by: ccdpittsford