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HISC57 Lecture 4 1Connecting Myanmar GamblingIllegal Area Video to course themesChinese money used as regional standard Using colonial spaces as playgrounds for touristsChinese influ on structure econ cult run by Chinese but not in Chinanew frontier in SE Asia Burma always nexus for drug trade connecting Chin India etc even opium has always passed through here on its way to China see old patterns in the new tributary system protection for indulgences in exchange for electricity etcThemes for this weeks readings collionalism and Chinas partic situation in colonial age Brit became dissat w terms it had in relat to Chin govnt Canton Syst only trade in few ports only in silver trade facil by Huangs middlemen allowed trade and set terms for trade volume of trade and costs Brit didnt like thi
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