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10thGrade Chapter 22

East Asia Under Challenge

During the 1840’s China signed “unequal treaties” with Western nations mainly because western nations had superior military technology.
Both the Taiping Rebellion and the Boxer Rebellion attempted to rid China of foreign domination.
A direct result of the Opium War in 19th century China was Chinese ports were open for trade with European powers.
The Opium War, Taping Rebellion, and the Boxer Rebellion are most closely associated with the the growing concerns about the influence of the West in China.
The British victory led to spheres of influence in China was a result of the Opium War
The results of the Opium War indicate that China was not strong enough to resist Western demands.
The Manchus did not provide for change which was the main reason for the decline of the Manchu Dynasty in 19th century China.
The outcome of the Opium War showed that in the 19th century China was no longer strong enough to resist Western demands for trading rights. China was no longer strong enough to resist Western demands for trading rights.
Japan wanted to acquire more territory because Japan wanted to obtain raw materials and food for its people.
Building a modern transportation system encouraged industrialization in Japan in the 19th century under the Meiji government.
Peter the Great is to Russia as Emperor Meiji is to Japan
Japanese leaders began to accept Western technology was a major result of Commodore Matthew Perry’s of ______ Japan in 1854. "opening"
The arrival of Commodore Matthew Perry in Japan in 1853 signaled the end of Japanese policies of isolationism.
Contact with Western nations encouraged Japan to_________ was an impact on the Meiji Restoration. industrialize
In the late 1800’s Japan changed from an isolated, traditional society into a modern, industrialized, powerful nation as a result of the reforms initiated by Emperor Meiji.
An immediate result of Commodore Matthew Perry’s visit to Japan in 1853 was the development of trade between Japan and the West.
In an attempt to modernize Japan during the late 1800’s, the leaders of the Meiji government decided to study Western institutions and technology.
The Opium Wars in China is an example of imperialism.
The terms spheres of influence, extraterritoriality, and mandates are most closely associated with imperialism.
The ______________ was an example of Asian reaction to European imperialism. Boxer Rebellion
Sino-Japanese War, Russo-Japanese War, and the Annexation of Korea are events in the history of Japan which reflects its emergence as an imperialistic country.
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