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China

TermDefinition
causes of the Qing Dynasty's decline Chinese society was overwhelmed by internal changes creating conflict of corruption including a low supply of food
Opium War merchants only had a small trading outlet and sold Opium to pay cotton debts; the British were against this idea
extraterritoriality Chinese citizens who were not obligated to follow Chinese laws
spheres of influence areas in the world which obtain imperial tr
Tai Ping Rebellion Chinese gov't failed to deal with the economic conflicts resulting the peasants to revolt
Hong Xiuquan a Christian descendant claimed to be "younger brother of Jesus", pursues to destroy the Qing Dynasty as a word from God
One Hundred Days of Reform a national reform movement
Open Door Policy
Boxer Rebellion an uprising from all foreigners
"self strengthening" new policy that the western hemisphere would adapt many years later
Created by: Elijher