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Wh 10 ni 17 china packet jan 20 2010

Wh 10 ni 17 china packet jan 20 2010

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  • 1. BASICS ON CHINA & CHINESE IMPERIALISM
  • 2. CHINESE GEOGRAPHY Assign # 17Geo Locations2) __ Beijing3) __ Xian4) __Shanghai5) __ Nan king6) __ Hong Kong7) __ Guangzhou8) __ Macau9) __ Gobi Desert10) __ Yellow River10) __ Yangtze RiverGeo Locations__A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__B) Controlled by British until 2000__C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII__D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__F) Bigger than Las Vegas__G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger__H) Capital of China__I) Most Populated Chinese City__J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW TCS Back to Main
  • 3. Chinese Philosophy Assign # 17 Type T_________ C____________ Main Person Lao Tzu ( 550 BC – ???? BC) Confucius (____ BC – ___ BC)Main Teaching Man’s relationship within _____ / Man’s relationship within s________ _______ Main Book Tao Te Ching Confucius Analects (like The Republic)Ideas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water) Back to Main
  • 4. China’s Main Religion - Basics of Buddhism Assign # 17Four Noble T_______ 1. _________ exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to d_______ 3. Suffering _______ when attachment to d_____ stops 4. F________ from suffering is possible by practicing the E_____ P______ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_______ (panna) Right View Right T M________ (sila) Right S Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E Right M Right C Additional Notes / Questions Back to Main
  • 5. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 17 Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 6) Boxer Rebellion 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 5) Qing Dynasty Falls 2) Opium War 4) Taiping Rebellion3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality Back to Main
  • 6. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations2) __ Beijing3) __ Xian4) __Shanghai5) __ Nan king6) __ Hong Kong7) __ Guangzhou8) __ Macau9) __ Gobi Desert10) __ Yellow River10) __ Yangtze RiverGeo Locations__A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__B) Controlled by British until 2000__C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII__D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__F) Bigger than Las Vegas__G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger__H) Capital of China__I) Most Populated Chinese City__J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital
  • 7. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• __ Beijing• __ Xian• __ Shanghai• __ Nan king• __ Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__ B) Controlled by British until 2000__ C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger__ H) Capital of China__ I) Most Populated Chinese City__ J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW
  • 8. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• __ Beijing• __ Xian• __ Shanghai• __ Nan king• __ Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__ B) Controlled by British until 2000__ C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger__ H) Capital of China__ I) Most Populated Chinese City__ J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW TCW
  • 9. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• __ Xian• __ Shanghai• __ Nan king• __ Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__ B) Controlled by British until 2000__ C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China__ I) Most Populated Chinese City__ J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW TCW
  • 10. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• __ Shanghai• __ Nan king• __ Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__ B) Controlled by British until 2000__ C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China__ I) Most Populated Chinese City2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW TCW
  • 11. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• __ Nan king• __ Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__ B) Controlled by British until 2000__ C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW TCW
  • 12. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• __ Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__ B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW TCW
  • 13. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• B Hong Kong• __ Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)5 B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__ E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital GW 5B TCW
  • 14. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• B Hong Kong• E Guangzhou• __ Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)5 B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)6 E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I__ F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital 6E GW 5B TCW
  • 15. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• B Hong Kong• E Guangzhou• F Macau• __ Gobi Desert• __ Yellow River10)__Yangtze River GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)5 B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)6 E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I7 F) Bigger than Las Vegas__ G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital 6E GW 5B 7F TCW
  • 16. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• B Hong Kong• E Guangzhou 8G• F Macau 8G 8G• G Gobi Desert 8G 8G• __ Yellow River 8G10)__Yangtze River 8G GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)5 B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW__ D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)6 E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I7 F) Bigger than Las Vegas8 G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital 6E GW 5B 7F TCW
  • 17. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• B Hong Kong• E Guangzhou 8G• F Macau 8G 8G• G Gobi Desert 8G 8G• D Yellow River 8G10)__Yangtze River 8G GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations 9D 9D__ A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang) 9D5 B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW9 D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)6 E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 2J 3I7 F) Bigger than Las Vegas8 G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital 6E GW 5B 7F TCW
  • 18. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations• H Beijing• J Xian• I Shanghai• C Nan king• B Hong Kong• E Guangzhou 8G• F Macau 8G 8G• G Gobi Desert 8G 8G• D Yellow River 8G10) A Yangtze River 8G GW 1H GW GWGeo Locations 9D 9D10 A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang) 9D5 B) Controlled by British until 20004 C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII TCW9 D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)6 E) Towel & shoe capital of the world 10A 2J 10A7 F) Bigger than Las Vegas 10A 3I8 G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger1 H) Capital of China3 I) Most Populated Chinese City 4C2 J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital 10A 6E GW 5B 7F TCW Back to Main
  • 19. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations2) __ Beijing3) __ Xian4) __Shanghai5) __ Nan king6) __ Hong Kong7) __ Guangzhou8) __ Macau9) __ Gobi Desert10) __ Yellow River10) __ Yangtze RiverGeo Locations__A) Longest Dammed in Asia (aka Chang Jiang)__B) Controlled by British until 2000__C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII__D) AKA Huang He (2nd Longest)__E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__F) Bigger than Las Vegas__G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger__H) Capital of China__I) Most Populated Chinese City__J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital
  • 20. CHINESE GEOGRAPHYGeo Locations2) __ Beijing3) __ Xian4) __Shanghai5) __ Nan king6) __ Hong Kong7) __ Guangzhou8) __ Macau9) __ Gobi Desert10) __ Yellow River10) __ Yangtze RiverGeo Locations__A) Longest Dammed thing in Asia__B) Controlled by British until 2000__C) Japanese Raped this city in WWII__D) 2nd longest river__E) Towel & shoe capital of the world__F) Bigger than Las Vegas__G) Largest in Asia & getting bigger__H) Capital of China__I) Most Populated Chinese City__J) End of Silk Road, Ancient Capital
  • 21. Chinese Philosophy Type Main PersonMain Teaching Main BookIdeas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water)
  • 22. Chinese Philosophy Type Taoism Confucianism Main PersonMain Teaching Main BookIdeas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water)
  • 23. Chinese Philosophy Type Taoism Confucianism Main Person Lao Tzu (550 BC – ???? BC) Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC)Main Teaching Main BookIdeas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water)
  • 24. Chinese Philosophy Type Taoism Confucianism Main Person Lao Tzu ( 550 BC – ???? BC) Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC)Main Teaching Man’s relationship within nature / universe Man’s relationship within society Main BookIdeas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water)
  • 25. Chinese Philosophy Type Taoism Confucianism Main Person Lao Tzu (550 BC – ???? BC) Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC)Main Teaching Man’s relationship within nature / universe Man’s relationship within society Main Book Tao Te Ching Confucius Analects (like Plato’s Republic)Ideas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water) Back
  • 26. Confucius AnalectsBASIC INFORMATION• Like Socrates, Confucius likely did NOT write & lived around 500 BC.2) Confucius’ students wrote his teaching (Zengzi = main editor? Believed world was round!)3) Collection of moral and ethical principles setting standards forindividual conduct & the administration of government and community.4) Book = how individuals should act and society should operate. BASIC CONFUCIUS THEMES• A man should lead an upright life• Educate oneself• Contribute to the betterment of society.• The superior person respects elders• Cultivates the friendship of good people• Presides over subordinates with a fair and even hand• Continually educates oneself• Overflows with love for fellow human beings• In general sets a good example for others to follow.
  • 27. Confucius Quotesa) It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love. This is how the whole scheme of things works. All good things are difficult to achieve; and bad things are very easy to get. Confuciusb) Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. Confuciusc) When anger rises, think of the consequences. Confuciusd) What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others. Confucius, The Confucian Analectse) And remember, no matter where you go, there you are. Confuciusf) Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. Confuciusg) I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Confucius Back to Philosophy
  • 28. Tao Teh Chinga)b)c)d)i) .j) . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 29. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b)c)d)• .• . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 30. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c)d)• .• . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 31. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d)• .• . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 32. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang –• .• . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 33. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang – Dark and Light, female and male, student and teacher, low and high, hot and cold, in and out, life and death, awake and sleep, sense and non-sense, thing and nothing.• .• . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 34. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang – Dark and Light, female and male, student and teacher, low and high, hot and cold, in and out, life and death, awake and sleep, sense and non-sense, thing and nothing.• Yin & Yang are complementary opposites within a greater whole.• . Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 35. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang – Dark and Light, female and male, student and teacher, low and high, hot and cold, in and out, life and death, awake and sleep, sense and non-sense, thing and nothing.• Yin & Yang are complementary opposites within a greater whole.• Everything has both Yin & Yang aspects, which constantly interact, never existing in absolute stasis. Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow!
  • 36. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang – Dark and Light, female and male, student and teacher, low and high, hot and cold, in and out, life and death, awake and sleep, sense and non-sense, thing and nothing.• Yin & Yang are complementary opposites within a greater whole.• Everything has both Yin & Yang aspects, which constantly interact, never existing in absolute stasis. Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow! In many ways, Taoism is the opposite of rigid Confucian morality.
  • 37. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang – Dark and Light, female and male, student and teacher, low and high, hot and cold, in and out, life and death, awake and sleep, sense and non-sense, thing and nothing.• Yin & Yang are complementary opposites within a greater whole.• Everything has both Yin & Yang aspects, which constantly interact, never existing in absolute stasis. Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow! In many ways, Taoism is the opposite of rigid Confucian morality. Taoism is a complement to people’s ordered daily lives. For example…
  • 38. Tao Teh Chinga) Tao means “The Way”b) "The Way that can be described is not the true Way.“c) The goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural (and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony.d) Yin & Yang – Dark and Light, female and male, student and teacher, low and high, hot and cold, in and out, life and death, awake and sleep, sense and non-sense, thing and nothing.• Yin & Yang are complementary opposites within a greater whole.• Everything has both Yin & Yang aspects, which constantly interact, never existing in absolute stasis. Tao  “P”ao = “P”ow! In many ways, Taoism is the opposite of rigid Confucian morality. Taoism is a complement to people’s ordered daily lives. For example, a scholar serving as an official would usually follow Confucian teachings, but at leisure or in retirement might seek harmony with nature as a Taoist recluse.
  • 39. Reoccurring Themes in Tao Teh Ching by Lao1) Force begets force. Tzu 1) What theme(s) do you find interesting? Why?2) Living simply.3) Material wealth does not enrich the spirit. 2) What would you like to think about more? Why?4) Self-absorption and self-importance are vain and self-destructive. (22, 24)5) Victory in war is not glorious and not to be celebrated, but stems from devastation, and is to be mourned.6) The harder one tries, the more resistance one creates for oneself.7) The more one acts in harmony with the universe (the Mother of the myriad things), the more onewill achieve, with less effort.8) The truly wise make little of their own wisdom for the more they know, the more they realize how little they know.9) When we lose the fundamentals, we supplant them with increasingly inferior values which we pretend are the true values. (18)10) Glorification of wealth, power and beauty beget crime, envy and shame. (vanity)11)The qualities of flexibility and suppleness, especially as exemplified by water, are superior to rigidity and strength. (8, 40, 55, 78)12) Everything is in its own time and place.13) Duality of nature that complements each other instead of competing with each other — the two faces of the same coin — one cannot exist without the other.14) The differences of opposite polarities — e.g., the differences between male and female, light and dark, strong and weak, etc. — help us to understand and appreciate the universe.15) Humility is the highest virtue.16) Knowing oneself is a virtue. (33)17) Envy is our calamity; overindulgence is our plight.18) The more you go in search of an answer, the less you will understand.19) Know when its time to stop. If you dont know then stop when you are done.
  • 40. Tao Teh Ching by Lao Tzu 81 True words arent eloquent; 27 eloquent words arent true. A good traveler has no fixed plans Wise men dont need to prove their point; and is not intent upon arriving. men who need to prove their point arent wise. A good artist lets his intuition The Master has no possessions. lead him wherever it wants. The more he does for others,A good scientist has freed himself of concepts the happier he is. and keeps his mind open to what is. The more he gives to others, the wealthier he is. Thus the Master is available to all people and doesnt reject anyone. The Tao nourishes by not forcing. He is ready to use all situations By not dominating, the Master leads. and doesnt waste anything. This is called embodying the light. 70 What is a good man but a bad mans teacher? My teachings are easy to understand What is a bad man but a good mans job? and easy to put into practice.If you dont understand this, you will get lost, Yet your intellect will never grasp them, however intelligent you are. and if you try to practice them, youll fail. It is the great secret. My teachings are older than the world. How can you grasp their meaning? If you want to know me, look inside your heart.
  • 41. 37 29 36 The Tao never does anything, Do you want to improve the world? If you want to shrink something, yet through it all things are done. I dont think it can be done. you must first allow it to expand. If you want to get rid of something, If powerful men and women The world is sacred. could venter themselves in it, It cant be improved. you must first allow it to flourish. If you tamper with it, youll ruin it. If you want to take something, the whole world would be transformedIf you treat it like an object, youll lose you must first allow it to be given. by itself, in its natural rhythms. People would be content it. This is called the subtle perception with their simple, everyday lives, of the way things are. in harmony, and free of desire. There is a time for being ahead, a time for being behind; The soft overcomes the hard. When there is no desire, a time for being in motion, all things are at peace. The slow overcomes the fast. a time for being at rest; a time for being vigorous, Let your workings remain a mystery. a time for being exhausted; Just show people the results. a time for being safe, Tao Teh Ching 50 a time for being in danger. The Master gives himself up by Lao Tzu to whatever the moment brings. The Master sees things as they are, 53 (continued) He knows that he is going to die, without trying to control them. She lets them go their own way, When rich speculators prosper and he has nothing left to hold on to: and resides at the center of the circle While farmers lose their land; no illusions in his mind, when government officials spend no resistances in his body. 53 money He doesnt think about his actions; The great Way is easy, on weapons instead of cures; they flow from the core of his being. yet people prefer the side paths. when the upper class is extravagant and irresponsible He holds nothing back from life; Be aware when things are out of therefore he is ready for death, while the poor have nowhere to turn- balance. as a man is ready for sleep all this is robbery and chaos. Stay centered within the Tao. It is not in keeping with the Tao. after a good days work.
  • 42. We put thirty spokes together and call it a wheel;But it is on the space where there is nothing 20 that the usefulness of the wheel depends. Stop thinking, and end your problems. We turn clay to make a vessel; What difference between yes and no?But it is on the space where there is nothing What difference between success and failure? that the usefulness of the vessel depends. Must you value what others value, We pierce doors and windows to make a avoid what others avoid? house; How ridiculous! And it is on these spaces where there is Other people are excited, nothing that the usefulness of the house as though they were at a parade. depends. I alone dont care,Therefore just as we take advantage of what I alone am expressionless, is, we should recognize the usefulness of like an infant before it can smile. 24 Other people have what they need; what is not. He who stands on tiptoe I alone possess nothing. doesnt stand form. Tao Teh Ching I alone drift about, He who rushes ahead like someone without a home. doesnt go far. by Lao Tzu I am like an idiot, my mind is so empty. He who tries to shine Other people are bright; dims his own light. I alone am dark. He who defines himself Other people are sharper; cant know who he really is. I alone am dull. He who has power over others Other people have a purpose; cant empower himself. I alone dont know. He who clings to his work I drift like a wave on the ocean, will create nothing that endures. I blow as aimless as the wind. If you want to accord with the Tao, I am different from ordinary people. just do your job, then let go.
  • 43. Tao Teh Ching by Lao Tzu 54 Whoever is planted in the Tao 63 will not be rooted up. 66 Act without doing; All streams flow to the sea Whoever embraces the Tao work without effort. because it is lower than they are. will not slip away. Think of the small as large Humility gives it its power. Her name will be held in honor and the few as many. from generation to generation. Confront the difficult If you want to govern the people, while it is still easy; you must place yourself below Let the Tao be present in your life them. accomplish the great task and you will become genuine. If you want to lead the people, by a series of small acts. you must learn how to follow them. Let it be present in your family and your family will flourish. The Master never reaches for the great; The Master is above the people, Let it be present in your country thus she achieves greatness. and no one feels oppressed.and your country will be an example When she runs into a difficulty, She goes ahead of the people, to all countries in the world. she stops and gives herself to it. and no one feels manipulated. Let it be present in the universe She doesnt cling to her own comfort; The whole world is grateful to her. and the universe will sing. Because she competes with no one, thus problems are no problem for her. no one can compete with her. How do I know this is true? By looking inside myself. Back to the Way
  • 44. Chinese Philosophy Type Taoism Confucianism Main Person Lao Tzu ( 550 BC – ???? BC) Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC)Main Teaching Man’s relationship within nature / universe Man’s relationship within society Main Book Tao Te Ching Confucius Analects (like The Republic)Ideas worth notingLikeable quotes or concepts Additional Notes / Questions Yin Yang Sign of Life (Water)
  • 45. Confucianism & Taoism Philosophical Taoism or Daoism ("School of the Way") developed into the secondmost significant stream of Chinese thought. Its formulation is often attributed to the legendary sage Laozi ("Old Master"), who is said to predate Confucius, andZhuangzi (369–286 BC). The focus of Taoism is on the individual within the naturalrealm rather than the individual within society; accordingly, the goal of life for each individual is seeking to adjust oneself and adapting to the rhythm of the natural(and the supernatural) world, to follow the Way (Tao) of the universe, and to live in harmony. In many ways the opposite of rigid Confucian morality, Taoism was for many of its adherents a complement to their ordered daily lives. A scholar serving as an official would usually follow Confucian teachings, but at leisure or in retirement might seek harmony with nature as a Taoist recluse.
  • 46. Timeless Instructional Book on WarThere is no instance of a nation benefiting from prolonged warfare.One hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the most skillful. Seizing the enemy without fighting is the most skillful. All warfare is based on deception.
  • 47. ART OF WAR Chapter summary1) Laying Plans explores the five fundamental factors that define a successful outcome (the Way, seasons,terrain, leadership, and management). By thinking, assessing and comparing these points you can calculate avictory, deviation from them will ensure failure. Remember that war is a very grave matter of state.2) Waging War explains how to understand the economy of war and how success requires making the winningplay, which in turn, requires limiting the cost of competition and conflict.3) Attack by Stratagem defines strength as unity, not size & the 5 ingredients needed for war success.4) Tactical Dispositions explains the importance of defending existing positions until you can advance themand how you must recognize opportunities, not try to create them.5) Energy explains the use of creativity and timing in building your momentum.6) Weak Points & Strong explains how your opportunities come from the openings in the environment causedby the relative weakness of your enemy in a given area.7) Maneuvering explains the dangers of direct conflict and how to win those confrontations when they areforced upon you.8) Variation in Tactics focuses on the need for flexibility in your responses. It explains how to respond toshifting circumstances successfully.9) The Army on the March describes the different situations in which you find yourselves as you move intonew enemy territories and how to respond to them. Much of it focuses on evaluating the intentions of others.10) Terrain looks at the three general areas of resistance (distance, dangers, and barriers) and the six types ofground positions arise from them. Each of these 6 field positions offer certain advantages & disadvantages.11) The Nine Situations describe nine common situations (or stages) in a campaign, from scattering to deadly,and the specific focus you need to successfully navigate each of them.12) The Attack by Fire explains the use of weapons generally and the use of the environment as a weaponspecifically. It examines the five targets for attack, the five types of environmental attack, and the appropriateresponses to such attack.13) The Use of Spies focuses on the importance of developing good information sources, specifically the fivetypes of sources and how to manage them. Back to philosophy
  • 48. GREAT WALL a) 5th Century BC – 16 Century AD b) 4,000 Milesc) Made to protect China from Mongol Invasions from the North
  • 49. Back to Geo
  • 50. Back to Beijing Geo
  • 51. Back to Xian Geo
  • 52. ShanghaiAsk Mr P what this is
  • 53. ShanghaiHong Kong
  • 54. ShanghaiGuangzhou Hong Kong
  • 55. ShanghaiGuangzhou Hong KongMacao
  • 56. Gobi Desert Back to Gobi
  • 57. Yangtze RiverBack to Yangtze
  • 58. Yellow River = Huang He Back to Yellow
  • 59. Terra Cotta Warriors 220 BC Back to Geo NOTES• Clay soldiers modeled after 8,000 imperial soldiers • Buried to protect 1st Chinese Emperor in afterlife • Emperor Qin also built Great Wall • Soldiers Buried 220 BC • 700,000 people worked on burial • Found in 1976 • Only soldiers dug up so far, not rest of burial • All soldiers are different (Insane!)
  • 60. Louyang – Longman Caves
  • 61. Historical Religion of China = Buddhism
  • 62. Buddhism
  • 63. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble T______ 1. _________ exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to d______ 3. Suffering _____ when attachment to d_____ stops 4. F______ from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions Back to Main
  • 64. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. _________ exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to d______ 3. Suffering _____ when attachment to d_____ stops 4. F______ from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 65. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to d______ 3. Suffering _____ when attachment to d_____ stops 4. F______ from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 66. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering _____ when attachment to d_____ stops 4. F______ from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 67. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to d_____ stops 4. F______ from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 68. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. F______ from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 69. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the E________ P___ Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 70. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path W_____ (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 71. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right T______ M_______ (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 72. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right T______ Morality (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 73. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right Thought Morality (sila) Right S_____ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 74. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right Thought Morality (sila) Right Speech_ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right E_____ Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 75. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right Thought Morality (sila) Right Speech_ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right Effort Right M__________ Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 76. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right Thought Morality (sila) Right Speech_ Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right Effort Right Mindfulness Right C____________ Additional Notes / Questions
  • 77. China’s Main Religion - Basics of BuddhismFour Noble Truths 1. Suffering exists 2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires 3. Suffering stops when attachment to desire stops 4. Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path Noble Eightfold Path Three Qualities Eightfold Path Wisdom (panna) Right View Right Thought Morality (sila) Right Speech Right Action Right Livelihood Meditation (samadhi) Right Effort Right Mindfulness Right Contemplation Additional Notes / Questions
  • 78. Back to Main
  • 79. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 17 Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer RebellionBalance of Trade – a) b) c)Trade surplus = d)Trade deficit = e)China = f)West =2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) a) a)2) b) b)3) c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 80. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer RebellionBalance of Trade – difference a)Between how much a country b)imports and exports c)Trade surplus = d)Trade deficit = e)China = f)West =2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) a) a)2) b) b)3) c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 81. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer RebellionBalance of Trade – difference a)Between how much a country b)imports and exports c)Trade surplus = export > import d)Trade deficit = import > export e)China = f)West =2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) a) a)2) b) b)3) c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 82. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer RebellionBalance of Trade – difference a)Between how much a country b)imports and exports c)Trade surplus = export > import d)Trade deficit = import > export e)China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) a) a)2) b) b)3) c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 83. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) b) b)3) c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 84. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 85. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4)5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 86. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 87. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 88. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 89. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8)9) 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 90. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 91. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b)b) c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 92. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b)b) China had to give indemnity to Brits c)c) d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 93. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b)b) China had to give indemnity to Brits c)c) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d)d) Extraterritoriality = e)e) f)
  • 94. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b)b) China had to give indemnity to Brits c)c) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d)d) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e)under their own laws & courtse) f)
  • 95. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion a)3) Indemnity & Extraterritorialitya) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b)b) China had to give indemnity to Brits c)c) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d)d) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e)under their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f)open more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 96. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b)b) China had to give indemnity to Brits c)c) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d)d) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e)under their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f)open more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 97. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c)c) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d)d) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e)under their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f)open more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 98. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of Qing Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d)d) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e)under their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f)open more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 99. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e)under their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f)open more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 100. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f)open more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 101. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 102. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 103. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 104. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 105. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 106. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f)West = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 107. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a)2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 108. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b)3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) d) d)4) Chinese Economy in ruins5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 109. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c)4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d)5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 110. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d)5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 111. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize but conservatives stop them5) Chinese outlaw opium e)6) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 112. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize but conservatives stop them5) Chinese outlaw opium e) Empress Ci Xi dies in 19086) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f)7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 113. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 5) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 6) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize but conservatives stop them5) Chinese outlaw opium e) Empress Ci Xi dies in 19086) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f) 1911, Qing Dynasty falls to uprisings7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 114. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 6) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 5) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) Not born to power, poor farmer family a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize but conservatives stop them5) Chinese outlaw opium e) Empress Ci Xi dies in 19086) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f) 1911, Qing Dynasty falls to uprisings7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 115. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 6) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 5) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) Not born to power, poor farmer family a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) Travels, education & ambition b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) Attended US university (Hao Li) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize but conservatives stop them5) Chinese outlaw opium e) Empress Ci Xi dies in 19086) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f) 1911, Qing Dynasty falls to uprisings7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 116. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 6) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 5) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) Not born to power, poor farmer family a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) Travels, education & ambition b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) Attended US university (Hao Li) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) Took power after Qing Dynasty d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize but conservatives stop them5) Chinese outlaw opium e) Empress Ci Xi dies in 19086) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 2) f) 1911, Qing Dynasty falls to uprisings7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 3)8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries
  • 117. CHINA & IMPERIALISM Assign# 9b Directions: As you read Chapter 9 Section 5, take notes on the following events1) Trade Between Britain & China 6) Boxer Rebellion Balance of Trade – difference a) Anger over Christian missionaries who threatened traditional Confucianism Between how much a country b) Chinese did NOT like foreign soldiers imports and exports c) Being protected by extraterritoriality, foreigners ignored Chinese laws Trade surplus = export > import d) Righteous Harmonious Fists – secret society to rid China of Westerners Trade deficit = import > export e) Westerners called Martial arts = Boxers attack foreigners China = Decline f) Japanese & West organize alliance to stop BoxersWest = IR, More markets, military might2) Opium War 7) Sun Yixian & 3 Principles 5) Qing Dynasty Falls1) Brits trade Opium from India a) Not born to power, poor farmer family a) Empress Ci Xi +Confucius Rule2) Opium to China for tea b) Travels, education & ambition b) Sino-Japanese War = Taiwan to Japan3) Chinese Addicted to Opium c) Attended US university (Hao Li) c) Foreigners carving Spheres of Influence4) Chinese Economy in ruins d) Took power after Qing Dynasty d) Guang Xu Reformers try to modernize5) Chinese outlaw opium 6) Nationalism – Chinese home-rule but conservatives stop them e) Empress Ci Xi dies in 19086) Brits refuse to stop opium trade 7) Democracy f) 1911, Qing Dynasty falls to uprisings7) Chinese warships beat by Brits 8) Economic Security8) Treaty of Nanjing 9) Chinese forced into bad treaty 4) Taiping Rebellion b) 1800s lots of natural disasters like floods, corruption, overpopulation,3) Indemnity & Extraterritoriality tax evasion by the rich (US Today)a) Indemnity = payment for losses in a war b) Hong Xuiquan, Peasant turned Christian leads rebellion in South Chinab) China had to give indemnity to Brits c) Called for end of QIng Dynastyc) Brits also got island of Hong Kong d) 1850 – 1864 Civil Ward) Extraterritoriality = foreign people live e) Deadliest Rebellion in History = 20-30 million killedunder their own laws & courtse) China pressured to accept stipulation to f) Qing wins back power with help of foreign powers and elite Chineseopen more ports to US, Russia and FranceAnd their Christian missionaries Back
  • 118. • Adherents: – 360 million {1}• Size rank: – Fourth largest world religion {2}• Main locations: – China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia• Major divisions: – Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana• Sacred texts: – Pali Canon (Tripitaka), numerous Mahayana sutras• Original language: – Pali• Spiritual leader: – Monk (lama in Tibetan Buddhism)• Place of ritual: – Temple, meditation hall.• Theism: – Varies: Theravada is atheistic; Mahayana is more polytheistic.• Ultimate reality: – None. Nothing is permanent.• Human nature: – There is no self or soul. Human existence is nothing more than a combination of five impermanent components (khandas).• Purpose of life: – Theravada - Become an arhat, escape the cycle of rebirth, and attain nirvana. Mahayana - Become a boddhisatva then help others attain enlightenment.
  • 119. • Afterlife: – Rebirth or nirvana. Nirvana is seen simply as the cessation of suffering by some and as a heavenly paradise by others.• Holidays: – Vary by region, but often include Buddhas birthday, Buddhas enlightenment, lunar quarters• Three Jewels/Three Refuges: – 1. The Buddha 2. The sangha (monastic community) 3. The dharma (truth or teachings)• Three Delusions: – 1. Ignorance 2. Desire 3. Anger or hatred• Three Trainings: – 1. Moral discipline 2. Concentration 3. Wisdom• Three Marks of Existence: – 1. Impermanence (anicca) 2. Unsatisfactoriness (dukkha) 3. No-self (anatta)• Four Noble Truths: – 1. All of life is marked by suffering. 2. Suffering is caused by desire and attachment. 3. Suffering can be eliminated. 4. Suffering is eliminated by following the Noble Eightfold Path.
  • 120. • Four Immeasurables or Sublime States: – 1. Equanimity (upekkha) 2. Loving-kindness (metta) 3. Compassion (karuna) 4. Sympathetic joy (mudita)• Four Reminders: – 1. Human life is precious. 2. Death is inevitable. 3. The laws of karma cannot be avoided. 4. Suffering permeates all existence.• Four Bodhisattva Vows: – 1. I vow to rescue the boundless living beings from suffering. 2. I vow to put an end to the infinite afflictions of living beings. 3. I vow to learn the measureless Dharma-doors. 4. I vow to realise the unsurpassed path of the Buddha.• Five Precepts: – 1. Do not kill. 2. Do not steal. 3. Do not engage in sexual misconduct. 4. Do not lie. 5. Do not use intoxicants.• Five Powers: – 1. Faith and confidence 2. Energy and effort 3. Mindfulness 4. Samadhi 5. Wisdom
  • 121. • Five Hindrances: – 1. Sense craving 2. Anger or ill will 3. Sloth and torpor 4. Restlessness and worry 5. Doubt and the inner critic• Five Dhyani (Wisdom) Buddhas: – Vairochana Akshobhya Ratnasambhava> Amoghasiddhi• Six Perfections: – 1. Concentration 2. Effort 3. Ethical behavior 4. Generosity 5. Patience 6. Wisdom• Six Realms of Existence: – 1. Hell-beings 2. Hungry ghosts 3. Animals 4. Humans 5. Anti-gods or demigods 6. Gods
  • 122. • Noble Eightfold Path: – 1. Right beliefs 2. Right aspirations 3. Right speech 4. Right conduct 5. Right livelihood 6. Right effort 7. Right mindfulness 8. Right meditational attainment• Ten Paramita: – 1. Giving or generosity 2. Virtue, ethics, morality 3. Renunciation, letting go, not grasping 4. Wisdom and insight 5. Energy, vigour, vitality, diligence 6. Patience or forbearance 7. Truthfulness 8. Resolution, determination, intention 9. Kindness, love, friendliness 10. Equanimity• Twelve Links of Dependent Arising: – 1. Ignorance 2. Karmic formations 3. Consciousness 4. Name and form 5. Six senses 6. Contact 7. Feeling 8. Craving 9. Grasping 10. Becoming 11. Birth 12. Aging and Death• 35 Buddhas of Confession: – Shakyamuni, Vajragarbhapramardin, Ratnarchis, Nageshvararaja, Viresena, Viranandin, Ratnagni, Ratnachandraprabha, Amoghadarshin, Ratnachandra, Vimala, Shuradatta, Brahman, Brahmadatta, Varuna, Varunadeva, Bharadrashri, Chandashri, Anantaujas, Prabhasashri Ashokashri, Narayana, Kusumashri Brahmajyotirvikriditabhijna, Padmamajyotirvikriditabhijna, Dhanashri, Smritishri, Suparikirtitanamashri, Indraketudhvajaraja, Suvikrantashri, Yuddhajaya, Vikrantagamishri, Samantavabhasavyuhashri, Ratnapadmavikramin, Shailendraraja

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