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Department
East Asian Studies
Course
EAS105H1
Professor
Ken Kawashima
Semester
Winter

Description
Textbook (Japan,China) IMPERIALISM (Japan,China,Korea) /Article/ CAPITALISM Lec Ch. 17 -villages dived based on social hierarchy -19 century coal fueled steam powered ships; Edo -each village collectively responsible for paying taxes industrial revolution propelled technological advance Japan under village headman (corp. entity embodied as pg. 296 +Wester headman) - Europe transformed its trading posts into colonies, no n - roles hereditary, damiyo time half spent on their own longer participants of trade Connect domains and other serving shogun in Edo - administrators and troops brought in to protect ions, Ch. -shogunate trade in early 17 century was confined, mercantile interests 18 highways made to keep guns out and female hostages in, - opium used to buy tea from Britain in China (prior minted copper, silver &gold coins silver not in trade favour of Britain, then when using -Tokogawa shogunate survived for 250 years b/c leaders opium used silver surplus to administer Bengal) knew imp of ideology transforming power for authority - open ports through force of warships (and protect -end of 17 century many damiyo were deeply in debt merchandise) while few merchants very wealthy due to Japan’s early - loss of opium war 1 caused unequal treaty btw Britain modern growth of capital remaining in cities and labour in and China, gave over Hong Kong, expanded trade, forced countryside, rural areas dependent on financial backers in to open to Britain, low tariffs  treaty of Nanjing cities even when some capital was in rural ; agricultural - Japan and China fought over Korea in 1894-1895, revolution, crop rotation, cash crops, experiments Japan responded 1 to Korean request to China to help techniques to make arable land suppress rebellion - Kyoto manufacturing center, Osaka chief market, Edo - Japan land claims/victories on land and sea of Taiwan, consumption center (due to high volume of buerocrats & Liaodong peninsula in Manchuria, forts on the Shandong damiyo) peninsula, the Pescadores islands - intellectual and arts pursuits high in Edo period  -Triple Intervention launched by Germany, France and schools of thought rose, Kahio Seiryo said that “all social Russia to make Japan return, Liaodong peninsula in relationships are predicated on the measured exchange of Manchuria, forts on the Shandong peninsula to China so goods and services, Ishida Baigan said merchants deserve France could get concessions, Russia lease over their profit, equal to samurai stipend Liaodong, Germany to build forts on Shandong -18 century, 1720 regulated a fixed tax (instead of based - Boxer rebellion in China in 1898, started as anti- on annual harvest), inflation rising affected currency, foreign movement, boxers using martial arts attacked higher availability of consumer products
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