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Asian Nationalism
Asian Nationalism
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  • 1. INTRUSIVE AND EXPLOITIVE WESTERNERS NATIONALISM
  • 2.  Love of country  Realization to defend one’s country against oppressive outsiders  Consciousness of a group that they are unified  Connotes pride of one’s race
  • 3. TAIPING REBELLION BOXER REBELLION •1850S •China vs. Manchus (Q’ing Dynasty) •Hung Hsiu Ch’uan new dynasty (T’ai P’ing/ Great Peace) install Christianity •1900 •Supported Manchus and criticized the Westerners •Goal: to expel Westerners from China •Boxer Harmony Fists vs. Foreigners
  • 4. Democratic Communism •Sun Yat Sen – Father of the Chinese Republic 3 principles: a. nationalism b. democracy c. people’s livelihood forging national unity vs. Westerners •Mao Zedong Marxism (bourgeoisie or capitalist vs. proletariat or workers) Chinese Communist Party
  • 5. Democratic Communism •Sun Yat Sen – Father of the Chinese Republic -equality of land ownership -regulation of capital -avoidance of internal conflict -promotion of progress – compromise and concillation Republic of China and Nationalist Party/Kuomintang •Chiang Kai Shek continued what Sun Yat Sen left behind •Mao Zedong Chinese Communist Party
  • 6. CHIANG KAI SHEK MAO ZEDONG UNITED FRONT -set aside their conflict and fought the Japanese but failled CIVIL WAR IN CHINA -Kuomintang vs. Communists (U.S.) (Russian) (Chinese Peasants) -Communists won – People’s Republic of China -Kuomintang failed – Taiwan –Republic of China
  • 7.  2 STAGES OF WESTERN IMPERIALISM A. TOKUGAWA SHOGUNATE -foreign missionaries went to Japan -rejected Christianity solution: Sakoku Period/Isolation
  • 8.  2 STAGES OF WESTERN IMPERIALISM B. MEIJI RESTORATION (MUTSUHITO) -forcibly opened by Comm. Matthew Perry -Japan responded positively to Westerners modification and modernization a. 1889 Constitution – Germany constitution b. army and navy c. Western scholars to teach Japanese d. Japanese students are sent overseas e. Japanese education – U.S. and European f. allowed Christianity
  • 9.  Indians vs. English -exploitation of natural resources and manpower -abolishment of sati and female infaticide -Sepoy Rebellion -racial discriminations in the government -Amritsar Massacre
  • 10. HINDUS MUSLIMS •1884-1885 •Allan Hume •Composed of Hindu professionals whose goal was to regain India’s independence •1905 •Muhammad Ali Jinnah •Goal: a separate state for Muslims
  • 11.  Hindu; educated in England  Advocated for peaceful or non- violent means to campaign for Indian independence ahimsa -Jainism concept -”non-violence”  He called for satyagraha = “truth- force”
  • 12.  He called for: a. prayers b. meditation c. fasting d. petition e. boycott  Indians called him = MAHATMA = Great Soul  Assassinated by a Hindu fanatic
  • 13.  Declaration of Indian Independence REPUBLIC OF INDIA – August 15, 1947 President: Jawarhalal Nehru while…  Muslim Indians – separate state Pakistan – August 15, 1947 President: Mohamed Ali Jinnah
  • 14.  Under the Ottoman Empire  1918 – After WWI – Westerners were able to exploit West Asia Kuwait – 1759 Lebanon – 1926; under French rule Iraq - 1932
  • 15. PHILIPPINE NATIONALISM TRIBUTE COLLECTION FORCED LABOR MONOPOLIES RACIAL DISCRIMINATION ILLUSTRADOS “REFORM/ PROPAGANDA MOVEMENT” KKK PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION FILIPINOS VS. SPANISH GOVERNMENT
  • 16.  June 12, 1898 = Republic of the Philippines colonized by U.S.
  • 17.  Escaped colonization but was forced to give some lands to Britain and France
  • 18.  Gained independence from English
  • 19.  Budi Otomo – Nationalist Movement  Achmed Sukarno – Nationalist Party of Indonesia gained independence from Dutch
  • 20.  After WWII…  Under France, turned over to U.S.  Vietnam War - U.S. vs. Vietnam War -U.S. failed -1935 – gained Independence – socialist NORTH VIETNAM SOUTH VIETNAM Communist ideology Socialist State Democratic Capitalist
  • 21.  Mongol Empire – Genghis Khan vs. Russia and China

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