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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Shanghai International Settlement, Treaty Ports, Chinese Historiography

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Treaty ports: under the unequal treaties signed in the wake of the opium, within these ports westerners leased areas of land (known as. Treaty port chi
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS102Y1 Study Guide - Revive China Society, Kang Youwei, Yuan Shikai

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23 May 2013
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Sun yatsen (career to 1912: early influences. Taipings: sun was born in 1866 near canton (in the part of china were the west had been present the longe
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Yuan Shikai, Tongmenghui, Song Jiaoren

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23 May 2013
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Sun had been appointed director of railways. c)in december 1912 elections were held for parliament. Song jiaoren persuaded 4 smaller groups to join the
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS102Y1 Study Guide - Liang Qichao, Puyi, Sun Yat-Sen

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23 May 2013
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Events leading to the revolution of 1911/12: qing reforms. The prime motive behind the program was not a genuine desire for reform but the desire to av
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranWinter

HIS102Y1 Study Guide - Chinese Maritime Customs Service, Taiping Rebellion, Zeng Guofan

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Serious reform began in the wake of the mid-century disasters which had hit china - Looked at chronologically, the reform was remarkably persistent: se
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS102Y1 Study Guide - Big Swords Society, Boxer Rebellion, Yuan Shikai

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23 May 2013
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The boxers were, or at least had begun as, a chinese secret society . the. Society seems to have had roots going back as far as the late eighteenth cen
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS102Y1 Study Guide - Sinecure, Peking University, Yuan Shikai

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23 May 2013
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Reform" meant changing china so as to make it more fit to cope with the problems it faced. China"s need to reform itself since its defeats by other pow
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranWinter

HIS102Y1 Study Guide - Chinese Eastern Railway, Liaodong Peninsula, Triple Intervention

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UTSGHIS280Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS280Y1 Lecture Notes - Zeng Guofan, Taiping Rebellion, Li Hongzhang

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23 May 2013
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The main impetus behind self-strengthening must be seen in the series of disasters which had nearly led to the overthrow of the qing dynasty in the two
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Zongli Yamen, Li Hongzhang, Ryukyu Islands

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23 May 2013
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Origins of the sino-japanese war 1894-95: opening up of korea, korea was a very important tributary state to china. Equally, the koreans were happy wit
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UTSGHIS102Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

Foreign Powers during SS.doc

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Foreign threats during self-strengthening: japanese occupation of taiwan 1874, the status of ryukyu had been ambiguous for some time. It had long been
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UTSGHIS280Y1Nhung Tuyet TranSummer

HIS280Y1 Study Guide - Puyi, Emperor Xian Of Han, Personal Rule

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Origins of self-strengthening and court politics after 1861: tongzhi restoration. In 1861 china had a new emperor tongzhi. The reign of his predecessor
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