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Ming (1368-1644)
-Lost the mandate of heaven – imposes order upon the physical world
oHeaven  emperor  people
Emperor serves as the moderator between heaven and the people
Indirectly appointed by heaven to take care of his people
If emperor is doing a bad job, heaven will authorize people to rise up
against the emperor – heaven’s permission
Qin dynasty (1644-1911) – also known as the Manchu dynasty
-Emperors were not ethically Chinese
-Came from Manchuria
-Queue haircut – long braided ponytail and shaved front half of the head
oSign of submission
-Manchu women – natural feet, did not bind their feet
-Expanded its territories – Tibet, Taiwan
-Koxinga – leader of the camps in Taiwan
o1683 – final Ming dynasty loyalists were extinguished by the Qin
-Qin tried to sell Taiwan to the Dutch, but they declined
-Emperor Kangxi – golden age – grandson: Qianlong – the older he became the more
senile he became – began to get taken advantage of by some of his advisors – He Shen –
extorted from the emperor
-Catamite – young boys brought into the sexual service of the wealthy men
-Qin long believed He Shen was the reincarnation of his concubine by giving him wealth
-Chinoiserie – cultural products
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Lost the mandate of heaven imposes order upon the physical world: heaven emperor people. emperor serves as the moderator between heaven and the people. Indirectly appointed by heaven to take care of his people. If emperor is doing a bad job, heaven will authorize people to rise up against the emperor heaven"s permission. Qin dynasty (1644-1911) also known as the manchu dynasty. Queue haircut long braided ponytail and shaved front half of the head: sign of submission. Manchu women natural feet, did not bind their feet. Koxinga leader of the camps in taiwan: 1683 final ming dynasty loyalists were extinguished by the qin. Qin tried to sell taiwan to the dutch, but they declined. Emperor kangxi golden age grandson: qianlong the older he became the more senile he became began to get taken advantage of by some of his advisors he shen extorted from the emperor.

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